Accidents While Driving for Work

There are many jobs in place now where it is necessary for employees to be mobile. Deliveries need to be made in all fields of employment, from mail carrying and courier work to everything including haulage, labour work and waste management.. Site inspectors are regularly dispatched to various locations all over the country and have to be fully trustworthy of safety and security of these locations.

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However, as a mobile employee, you can be at risk of unsafe conditions at every location you travel to and unfortunately accidents do inevitably occur. If you've suffered an accident outside of your normal working environment and it wasn't your fault, you may be entitled to make a claim and receive a significant amount of compensation in return with us at Manners Pimblett.

Of course, it can be tricky to pinpoint just who is to blame for your injury, if there was something faulty with your vehicle and it was provided to you by your employer, then it is your employer that you should make your claim against. Once you enter a new location however and you were victim to unsafe conditions on the site or location you visited, this is the fault of the owner of that site. If you have any queries about who to claim against, contact us today, we're always on hand to give you peace of mind and to help you make that claim today.

We are a well-known dedicated and committed team of professionals who pride ourselves in our discrete and trustworthy service. We always operate every case with a 'no win, no fee' policy so contact us today, there really is nothing to lose.

What factors are taken into account by the courts when processing a claim?

At Manners Pimblett, we have a long standing history of presenting every case we undertake to the courts in a clear and coherent fashion. We make sure that we cover every possible factor to help you in your claim. The courts will take on a variety of factors when we put your case to them, these can include:

- Poorer quality of living
- Outstanding medical costs
- Specialist treatments
- Loss of potential earnings
- Stress and loss of potential earnings for those close to you

And many more...

I think I'm entitled to make a claim, what's my next step?

If you decide to process your claim with us at Manners Pimblett, you can be fully assured of the best legal assistance available today. Whatever information you can give us when calling us up will be dealt with the strictest professionalism, discretion and sensitivity. Before you make your call, there are a couple of things that you can do to help speed along the process:

- Try to be as clear as possible as to who you are making your claim against. Please refer to the top of this page if you are unclear on this matter. It may be against your employer or the owner or proprietor of the location you were at at the time of your accident.

- Take some time to document down just how much your accident has unnecessarily altered your life.

Ask yourself- How much in potential earnings have you lost? (consult any bank statements for potential figures)
                  - How has your quality of life changed since your accident? (conditions around your home, unnecessary alterations you may have had to make)
                  - How much have your loved ones had to change your life to accommodate your needs since the accident? (documentation from friends/relatives can help a lot)

Get in touch...

What are you waiting for? We are ready to take your call now. If you need any other reason to process your claim with us. We offer NO WIN NO FEE* agreements on personal injury matters, call one of our experts today for more information. 0845 0770772. 


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