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Guide to evidence for work accident claim

Infographic: Important evidence to support an accident at work claim

If you’ve been involved in an accident at work, it’s perfectly understandable if you don’t know where to start when making a claim.

Our legal experts often speak to people who are unsure what evidence they will need to provide when making a claim.

That is why Your Accident at Work Claims have put together a handy guide on the evidence commonly required when making a claim after an accident at work.

Infographic explaining important evidence for an accident at work claim

How the evidence needed can support your claim

As with any personal injury claim, it is important to gather as much evidence as possible.

When making a claim, any payout is broken down into compensation for the injuries you suffered and compensation for any additional losses.

Your additional losses can include:

  • Any loss of earnings related to your injury
  • Any loss of future income due to your injury
  • Any care or assistance you have received
  • Any adaptations needed to your home or car
  • Any medical or travel expenses your injuries have caused

If any of these losses apply to you, by gathering evidence of this you can receive the maximum payout for your claim.

How can Your Accident at Work Claims help you?

At Your Accident at Work Claims, our aim is to make sure you can receive the compensation that you deserve.

Our team of legal experts will provide any advice that you need on gathering the evidence for you claim. This can include ordering medical reports, helping to gather witness statements and providing advice on any out of pocket expenses that could be included in your claim.

Throughout your claim, you will have an experienced solicitor dedicated to you. They will be on hand to answer any questions you might have throughout the entire process.

Find out if you can make a claim with Your Accident at Work Claims

To find out if you could be entitled to make a claim after an accident at work, call our friendly legal team today on 0800 01 54321.

Or, if you’d prefer to arrange a call back with a member of our team, simply complete our online contact form here.

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