Work Accident Compensation Claims
Have you ever been suffered injury that is caused by your work? A common example of a work related accident is a repetitive strain injury. Well, there are many things that could go wrong in the office or in a workplace. Accidents in the office rarely happen but work such as logging or construction work can be very dangerous and can actually bring danger to the life of the worker. Also a common type of accident is a slip,trip, and fall. A personal injury claim can be entitled to you if you have been involved in accidents that are related to your work. You can win your compensation claim if the accident was not your fault. With proper procedures and certain evidences to follow up.
These guidelines is for employees suffering an injury due to their work:
- Seek a health care provider – Have a doctor to look after your condition.
- Have evidences – Includes accident logbooks, witnesses, and previous records of similar accidents.
- Looking after one another – If you had an accident in a particular workplace, you would not want it to happen to your workmates so inform them about your accident and what to do if they are in the similar position.
How to make a work accident compensation claim?
If you are involved in a personal accident such as an accident in your workplace and was not your fault. You are entitled to claim. The steps below will help you claim what you have lost.
- Report your accident immediately to your suppervisor
- Get consultation from your doctor
- Collect evidences to prove your claim
- Look for a trusted solicitor
Remember that claims need to be made within 3 years of the accident.
Our specialist injury lawyers will work on a conditional agreement such as “NO WIN NO FEE CLAIM” or that you will not pay for the services that they have offered you. When you WIN the case you will be keeping 100% of the compensation awarded to you.
Our trusted accident lawyers and accident attorneys will deal with all of your accident settlements for your accident claim so you won’t have to worry.