If you have been injured at work in a brewery during the last three years you may be asking yourself this question, “Can I claim for an injury at a brewery?” If a third party was to blame for your accident, then you could receive compensation to cover lost income and medical bills.
Accident Advice Helpline is here to make the process easy for you. Established in 2000, we have been assisting people with work injury compensation for over a decade and have extensive experience in getting them what they deserve for their injuries. You can find out whether you can make a claim for an accident at work by calling our 24-hour free helpline today.
Working at a brewery can be extremely hazardous as it involves handling hoppers and sacks weighing in excess of 25kg in confined spaces on a daily basis. If your employer made it an unsafe working environment and you subsequently suffered an injury, then it is your right and responsibility to make a claim. Common injuries at a brewery include falls from unsafe working areas, broken bones from heavy items and breathing difficulties from enclosed spaces. You can also make a claim if you were not given appropriate training before performing certain tasks at work. If you have been injured at a brewery, then you need to make sure that that the accident was reported so that you can make a claim at a later date. The Health and Safety Executive must also be informed about serious injuries.
Should I claim?
Pursuing work injury compensation could be beneficial to all parties involved. If you were hurt while working at a brewery, then you owe it to yourself, your fellow employees and your employer to make a no win, no fee** claim in order to improve health and safety measures for all in the future. First and foremost, a claim will help you to win compensation that will ease the financial burden of injuries sustained in an accident. Seeking a claim will also help hold your employer accountable for their actions. Employees are often worried about making a claim, as they believe it may increase the probability of them losing their jobs or making daily work life uncomfortable. The truth is that the majority of people successfully make a claim and return to work without any ill feeling from their employer. Employers should be insured anyway, so it will not affect them directly if you win a substantial sum.
Make a claim today
You can start the process of a compensation claim today by answering a few short questions online about your accident via our online compensation calculator to ascertain an estimated figure. Alternatively, you can call our team of helpful and friendly advisers on 0800 689 0500. They will take down the details of your case before matching with you an expert solicitor, who will handle your claim from start to finish.
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident at work claim