When you go to work in Gwersyllt, you certainly do not expect to return home with a personal injury. However, like anywhere else, accidents at work can and do happen, usually when you least expect them.
If you are ever unfortunate enough to suffer a workplace injury in Gwersyllt, there are legal steps you can take to hold your employer accountable for their harmful actions, including seeking compensation for your injury and resulting financial losses.
How do I know if I can claim compensation for a workplace injury in Gwersyllt?
First, your accident must have been someone else’s fault. Second, you must have suffered some form of harm. It is not always necessary to have a physical injury; you can claim for a wide range of non-physical losses and harms, including financial losses and emotional distress.
Do I need a solicitor?
At the Accident Advice Helpline, we believe your rights as an employee should be protected to the fullest extent, and we accomplish this on a daily basis through practising personal injury law. Our solicitors can draw upon their expertise to help you to understand the law concerning personal injury claims and assist you in achieving a satisfactory outcome for your case. If your employer refuses to pay out for your claim, our solicitors will not hesitate to take your claim to court so that a judge can instruct your employer to provide you with a suitable settlement.
What evidence will I need?
Our solicitors will require you to provide them with any documents that might be relevant to your workplace injury in Gwersyllt claim, such as accident reports, eyewitness information, photos of the accident scene and copies of medical reports. The more information you are able to supply, the easier it will be for us to win your claim. If you are lacking vital evidence, do not worry; our solicitors may still be able to take on your claim.
How much time do I have to file a claim?
You will usually have three years to file a claim arising out of your workplace injury in Gwersyllt and if you miss this window of opportunity, you may lose your legal right to receive compensation. Consequently, it is important to call our Freephone helpline and talk with our solicitors as soon as you decide to make a claim against your employer.
Call us on 0800 689 0500 if you are ringing from a landline, or use 0333 500 0993 if you are ring from a mobile.
Date Published: 12th January 2015
Author: Jan Newell