Accidents at work happen for many reasons, but in most cases, slips, trips and falls are the main culprits. If you have suffered an accident at work, your employer may have a case to answer. Whether your employer was completely or partly responsible, you may still be able to seek compensation for your pain, suffering and financial losses.
Get advice from our Worcester accident at work experts
The key to making a successful claim is to seek the right advice from the beginning. At Accident Advice Helpline, our trained claim advisors can provide you with clear advice on the often complex legal issues surrounding Worcester accident at work cases so that you can decide whether or not to pursue your claim.
Along with claiming for the injuries or illnesses you have suffered, you will be able to recoup the cost of any financial losses resulting from your Worcester accident at work. These may include lost earnings and travel expenses, and in the case of serious injuries or illnesses, nursing care costs, home and vehicle adaptations, and specialised medical equipment.
In almost all cases, you will need to issue your claim in court within three years of the date of your accident. If you let the three-year time limit expire, your chances of making a successful claim will be greatly diminished. The three-year rule can usually only be waived if you were under the age of 18 or you’re suffering from an industrial disease. Generally speaking, the best thing that you could possibly do right now is to get started with your claim at the earliest possible opportunity.
Start the claims process
To begin the claims process, all you need to do is call our helpline and tell us more about your circumstances.
We will then instruct an experienced personal injury lawyer to handle your claim on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis. You can rest safe in the knowledge that your claim is in very capable hands, and that we will do everything in our power to get you the outcome that you really deserve.
The majority of the Worcester accident at work claims we handle are relatively straightforward and it is highly likely that your employer will agree to provide you with a suitable compensation settlement through out-of-court negotiations. So why wait any longer? Get in touch today. We’ll answer your questions, explain more about the process, and help you to get things moving in the right direction.
Date Published: 24th November 2014
Author: Jan Newell