Your employer is required under UK law to have insurance, called Employers’ Liability Insurance, and ultimately your work accident compensation claim would be made against this policy. But before it gets as technical as this, you have been injured and you may be in pain and shock and wondering who to turn to for compensation for your work accident.
Requirements to report an accident
Every employer should have an accident book and at the time of the incident you should make sure the accident is properly logged by the nominated responsible person. Hopefully, there will be colleagues around who can help you and who may be prepared to act as witnesses to your compensation claim for your work accident. In larger companies, certain classes of accidents should be made to the Health and Safety Executive. These early procedures are important because the documentation provides evidence to support your accident at work compensation claim. Next is the actual business of submitting the claim.
Accident Advice Helpline Work Compensation Calculator
In fact, it’s easier than you think to start your claim, if you turn to the Accident Advice Helpline for compensation for your work accident.Go to the top of the web page and run through the 30-second test Answer some Qs and As about your injuries Start your claim.
Why use the Accident Advice Helpline?
We offer a 100% no win no fee service and we have been helping claimants for over ten years to win work accident compensation awards. You can manage the whole process online from start to finish, or if you need to speak to someone you can call us on 0800 689 0500. Our operators are helpful and friendly and the lines are open 24/7. So don’t sit at home hurting. Get onto us today and see how much your work compensation claim could be worth.