If you have suffered the negative consequences of a heavy fall or an accident at work, then you will need to seek out expert advice to support your brewery accident claim. Accident Advice Helpline, established in 2000, has helped thousands of people to get the compensation they need to cover costs, lost income and the psychological impact of work based accidents.
If you think someone else was negligent or at fault in a working environment and that it ultimately led to a minor or serious injury during the last three years, then you can start the claims process today by taking a quick and simple online test.
Health and safety is of paramount importance in industrial working areas where heavy items are used and great heights are scaled on a daily basis. Your employer must provide sufficient training courses and equipment to ensure that you carry out tasks without fear of injury. If your employer failed in this duty of care, then you owe it to yourself and other workers to make a claim for any injury that occurred due to negligence. For example, you may have fallen from scaffolding due to ineffective training or because of a faulty harness. If someone else was to blame, then you can make a claim.
Other brewery injuries include those brought about by working in confined spaces or exposure to asbestos. Typically, the accident must have occurred within the last three years but the time limit is relaxed if you have an asbestos-related disease like mesothelioma. Whatever your injury, Accident Advice Helpline can put you on the road to receiving compensation today.
What to do
Reporting the injury, however minor, is vital if you eventually make a claim following the accident. Your employer will have documents detailing any injuries at work so this should be straightforward, although for more serious accidents involving life-threatening injuries and broken bones, it is recommended that you notify the Health and Safety Executive as soon as possible. Your employer is supposed to do this but they may defer notification if they breached any safety procedures themselves. Making a claim is important for you and other employees, as it will improve training and inspections in the future. Any concerns about causing rifts at work are also often misplaced, as your employer is obliged to be insured. The majority of workers who have had a successful claim in the past have revealed that there are rarely problems when they return to work.
It has never been easier to get in touch – please don’t hesitate to communicate with us via land line, mobile, text message, or our website. All are available to you every day of the week. Calling our 24-hour free helpline will put you in touch with our friendly advisors, who will tell you if you are eligible before explaining the entire process to you. You can also go to our website and fill out a 30-second test to find out how much the claim may be worth to you. Once we have gathered your details we will match you with one of our expert solicitors who work strictly on a no win no fee basis.