Have you had an accident and suffered a broken leg whilst at work? If this happened through no fault of your own then you can claim personal injury compensation.
Your workplace should feel safe. You have some responsibility in this. You should ensure that you don’t put your colleagues at risk by your behaviour. Accidents at work are not alway your employers fault.
Make sure you keep up to date with safety regulations and abide by them. Report anything that you think could lead to an accident promptly to your employer. In this way you can protect yourself and others from injury.
You’ve had a broken leg whilst at work
You may have done all you can to stay safe at work but nevertheless the worst has happened through no fault of your own. A broken leg whilst at work can be caused by a trip or fall. Perhaps you work on a construction site and you’ve fallen from height due to lack of safety equipment. Faulty scaffolding may have caused you to fall or something left in a gangway has caused you to trip.
You may have had a broken leg whilst at work in an office. Trailing cables may have caused you to fall awkwardly and break your leg. A spillage in a cafe may have caused your broken leg at work. Busy kitchens need to be kept obstacle free and spillages mopped up promptly.
How to claim compensation
As you recover from your injuries you may be thinking how you could claim compensation for your broken leg at work. The first and best place to get all the information you need is Accident Advice Helpline.
We are a large personal injury law firm with expert lawyers ready and willing to help you. We maintain the personal touch despite our size and your Accident Advice Helpline lawyer will dedicate themselves to building a case for you. All our lawyers give their clients a no win no fee promise so you won’t need to worry about the cost of claiming.
Gather together the details of your accident together with any evidence and give us a call. You will need to have had medical attention for your injuries and your accident must have happened in the last three years. Witness statements and photographs can be useful evidence but don’t worry if you don’t have these.
Our contact details
Call us on 0800 689 5659 phone.