Types of Accidents

Have you been involved in an accident that was not your fault and suffered a personal injury? If so, you should make a claim for compensation. An accident causing injury can happen anywhere, at any time: in the workplace, during medical treatment or on the road.

In circumstances where a person has suffered injuries due to the negligence of someone else, the injured party has a legal right to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

Accidents at work can result in personal injury claims here employers have failed in their duty of care to their employees, making them liable to pay compensation. This may involve accidents on building sites, in warehouses, shops or offices, caused by an employer’s failure to protect against hazards or defective equipment.

 

Road accidents frequently result in car accident injury claims for broken bones and concussion; whiplash injury claims are also common in car accidents, often due to seat belt restraints whereby the head has been jerked forward and back.

 

To claim effectively you will need a professional lawyer to support you. Accident Claims can swiftly step in with a specialist lawyer working on your behalf, making a complicated process as simple as possible. Lawyers here specialise in accident claims and are Law Society registered and have professional experience dealing with personal injury claims leading to a successful outcome.

Call us for an informal discussion about how we can help you get the compensation you deserve. All calls are taken in strict confidentiality, with no obligation.