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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Work accident claim case studies


    Work accident claim case studies

    Work accident claim case studies

    Have you had an accident at work? If so, you might be wondering whether you’re eligible to claim. You might be searching the internet for work accident claim case studies to see how others in similar situations have fared. But can you find the information you need?

    Be careful about work accident claim case studies

    As with anything you find on the internet, you have to check that any information about workplace accidents is correct. You might happen upon something that appears to be a case study, but it isn’t an accurate account of what actually happened to that person.

    You can find case studies on our website at Accident Advice Helpline and you can trust that these contain useful information. Why? Well, Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that has been working on behalf of accident victims for many years. We pride ourselves on our integrity and so we see it as our duty to provide clients and potential clients with information that is absolutely correct.

    Basically, when you deal with us, you will get the facts. When you call and speak to an advisor, you will get the information you need and you won’t be pushed into claiming. It’s up to you whether you proceed with a claim. If you decide to go ahead, you will receive the best service from one of our solicitors which all work on a no win no fee basis for you, too.

    Who can actually make a claim for a workplace accident?

    Work accident claims are the same as any other kind of accident claim, in that there must have been an accident that was caused by someone else, and it must have resulted in an injury. Provided these things are true and the accident happened during the past three years, the accident victim could be eligible to claim compensation.

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    In any place of work, it will be the employer who is at fault for an accident. This is because they are obliged to provide you, their employee, with a safe work environment. If an accident has happened, it shows that the environment isn’t as safe as it needs to be.

    If you’ve had an injury at work, get medical attention as soon as possible, and make sure you follow any procedures that may be necessary. For example, you will need to make an entry in your workplace accident book.

    Claim for your injury at work and you could receive a payout that will be very useful to you. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and talk to an advisor now.

    Date Published: 9th June 2013

    Author: Sharon Parry

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