Motorbike pillion passenger injury claims for compensation are made regularly on a no win no fee basis by passengers who are injured in a motorbike accident due to the negligence of the rider or a third party.
Unfortunately there are around 30 motorbike accidents each day at junctions resulting in injuries, often severe or fatal, to the rider and on occasions pillion passengers.
A few reasons for motorbike pillion passenger injury claims
- Motorbike accident at a junction passenger injured claim for injury
- Pillion passenger injured in a head on motorbike accident claim for injury
- Claim compensation for motorbike hit in rear while stationary
- Motorbike accident on a roundabout claim compensation
- Motorcycle accident at traffic lights claim for compensation to pillion passenger
As a passenger on a motorbike, the accident would not have been your fault, this means if there is an injury, it can usually be claimed for. In order to claim for a motorbike pillion passenger injury, the injury must be recorded on medical records, so a visit to the doctor or hospital is required.
When claiming for pillion passenger injuries, the solicitor will ask for the details of the rider of the motorbike. This includes the name, address and registration number.
There is a three year time limit in which motorbike pillion passenger injury claims may be made.
To claim for a pillion passenger injury from a motorbike accident, call 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Motorbike Pillion Passenger Injury Claims.
Work burn injury claims for compensation may be made by any employee who suffers burns at work due to the negligence of the employer or another employee. Every year thousands of burn injuries at work are suffered needlessly. If you have been unfortunate enough to be burned at work in an accident, you can contact us to see if a no win no fee work burn injury claim is possible.
Work burn injury claims for compensation often arise from:
- Burned in the kitchen at work claim for compensation
- Claims for electrical burns at work in a non fault accident
- Claim for steam burns at work
- Compensation claims for burns from a high pressure hose accident
- Injured by a hot water leaking valve claim for injury
- Burns at work due to no gloves being supplied
- Chemical burns at work claim for compensation
Regardless of the cause, if you were not at fault, then a claim for burn injury compensation may be possible.
When making a claim for burns at work, you will want to be kept up to date as the claim progresses and know that the solicitor will fight hard to firstly win the claim and then to gain as much burn injury compensation as possible. This is the case when claiming with our solicitors.
Any burn injury at work should be reported to management or the first aider and logged in the accident book.
There is a three year time limit in which to claim for burns at work.
To make work burn injury claims using specialist burn injury claim solicitors, call us on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Claim for Burns at Work.
Holiday caravan park steps injury claim for compensation for adults and children
Being injured on steps in a caravan park leading to and from the caravan can be incredibly painful and completely ruin the holiday. If you have been unfortunate enough to trip or slip on caravan steps which was due to the caravan park negligence, then a holiday caravan steps injury claim for injury compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis using a personal injury claim solicitor.
There are thousands of caravan parks in the UK, and in the vast majority of cases, holiday makers will love their holiday and have many happy memories.
Anyone injured on steps in a caravan park should report the accident to the reception and photos of the defect may help should a claim for caravan park injuries be made.
Any caravan park injury claim should be supported by medical evidence. This means the injury needs to be seen by a doctor at the time. There is a three year time limit in which to claim for an accident in a caravan park.
Some of the main reasons for making a caravan park steps injury claim are for the following injuries
A broken leg, ankle, wrist and hand as well as torn muscles, ligament and a tendon injury are some of the most common injuries suffered in a caravan park accident from a slip or trip on stairs leading to and from the caravan, in which an injury claim for compensation is often made.
To claim for being injured on steps in a caravan park, call us on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Holiday Caravan Steps Injury Claim.
Homebase injury claims for compensation may be made by a customer or member of staff injured in Homebase in a non fault accident.
There are many reasons why Homebase injury claims may be made, these include slip, trip and fall accidents.
- Claim for a slip accident in Homebase on a wet floor no warning signs
- Injured in Homebase tripping on stock on the floor in a dangerous position
- Compensation for being hit by falling stock in Homebase
Some of the main injuries suffered in an accident in Homebase include:
A soft tissue injury, tendon injury, torn ligaments, pulled muscles, and broken bones are all injuries which may be suffered in an accident in Homebase which an injury compensation claim may be made.
Any injury must be recorded on medical records if a claim for compensation against Homebase is to be made. The solicitor will use the medical records as the claim progresses.
Whatever the reason for the accident in Homebase, if their negligence caused the accident and injury, then a claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis may be made using a specialist personal injury claim solicitor.
Any accident in Homebase should be reported to their staff and logged in the accident book. It is important that the details are entered correctly as the solicitor will use this should a Homebase injury claim be made.
There is a three year time limit in which an injury claim against Homebase may be made. This is different for a child injury claim for an accident in Homebase, please ask for details.
Please contact us to see if an accident in Homebase claim for compensation may be made. On accepting the claim, and on Homebase admitting liability, the solicitor will work hard for maximum compensation.
Please contact us by calling 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Homebase Injury Claims.