Car accidents, work accidents and accidents in a public place

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  1. 1. Car accidents, work accidents and accidents in a public place You may have been in a car accident, or a work accident, a slip trip or fall in a public place or you might have even suffered at the hand of a medical professional as many of our callers have. Whatever type of accident you have had, there are steps that need to be followed for your health and in support of an accident injury compensation claim. Step 1: Gather all the details. Write down everything you remember as soon as you can after the accident as sometimes details can be forgotten. Step 2: Seek medical attention and follow the doctors orders Step 3: Report the incident as soon as possible after the accident has occurred. This may be to your employer or to an insurance company. If you need help with this or to obtain the relevant forms such as accident compensation claims form contact the Australian Personal Injury Helpline. Car accident claims Car accidents can be traumatic. Stop and think before you take action. And more importantly get the right advice. Not taking the right precautions or getting the right advice can leave you in an unfortunate position regarding compensation. In order to be fully compensated and get everything to which you are entitled to under the law. Work accident claims If you have suffered an accident at work you need to report the incident to your boss. Employers have work compensation insurance to cover accidents and injuries at work. If an accident has left you with a permanent impairment and may have been preventable then your employer may be negligent. When a claim for compensation is processed it is not your employer who pays the compensation but their motor accident compensation insurer i.e. Work Cover. Slip trip or fall in a public place If you have suffered a slip trip or fall in a public place through no fault of your own you may be entitled to injury compensation. Contact Aussie injury today to find out if you have a claim or workplace injury compensation claim. The Australian Injury Helpline is an independent organisation, assisting those who have been injured in Australia. The Australian Injury Helpline provides a free service offering free information, claim forms and arrangement of free legal advice by injury lawyers regarding work injury compensation, car accident compensation. The Australian Injury Helpline also offers a free referral service to local personal injury lawyer. Media Contact: Company Name: Australian Injury Helpline Contact Name: Gary Whelan Email Address: Website: Address: 72 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 Phone No.: 1800 22 33 63