When can a worker’s compensation injury claim can be made?
A worker’s compensation injury claim can be made when you have suffered an accident at work in the last three years which could have been avoided by your employer. If you have been injured in your workplace and you think your employer should have done more to make sure your accident didn’t happen you should consider making a compensation claim.
What types of worker’s compensation injury claims can be made?
There is a huge range of worker’s compensation injury claims covering all kinds of workplace incidents. Some of the most common claims cover:
- Slips, trips and falls in the workplace
- Faulty or poorly maintained equipment causing injury
- Industrial injuries such as white finger caused by vibration tools
- Back injuries and manual handling injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive strain injury
- Injuries caused by incorrect use of equipment or lack of training on how to use equipment
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we routinely deal with these injuries and many more.
How do I start making my compensation claim?
Just give us a call! Our free, friendly advisers are here for you 24 hours a day. We will take the time to understand your individual circumstances, talk to you about your options and help you decide what the best course of action is for you, with no obligation to take your case forward.
We aim to make your worker’s compensation injury claim as hassle-free as possible. We manage the logistics and paperwork for you from start to finish, matching you to the most appropriate legal adviser for your circumstances and guiding you through the entire claim process.
Can I afford to make a claim?
Absolutely. All of our legal partners are specialists in personal injury cases and work on a no win no fee basis. This means that if, for whatever reason, your claim doesn’t result in a compensation award then there is nothing to pay.
Any legal costs only get paid when your compensation is awarded. And because we hand-pick the right legal specialist with the appropriate expertise for your individual case, you can be sure that we will get the best outcome possible for you.
Remember that your compensation is an entitlement and is awarded to help you recover from your accident as well as recompense you for the pain, cost and inconvenience your accident has caused.
Let us help you get not just your compensation award but also the justice and apology you deserve and the means to meet the expense of your best chance of recovery.
So the question is not ‘can you afford to make a claim’ – it is ‘can you afford not to?’
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 9th December 2012
Author: David Brown