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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Can I claim for an injury at a distillery?


    If you have recently suffered an injury while at work at a distillery you may now be asking yourself the question, “Can I claim for an injury at a distillery?” If a third party failed to follow regulations or was at fault for the accident, then there is a good chance that you will have a case. Accident Advice Helpline has been working to alleviate the stress and upheaval caused by personal injuries for 14 years. Our expert solicitors help claimants to get the compensation they require to cover various expenses including medical fees and therapy.

    Duty of care

    Working at a distillery means that you are in close proximity to potentially hazardous materials and substances on a daily basis so safety must be a number one priority for management. Your employer has a duty of care to protect you from any injury by ensuring that a certain set of procedures are put in place to prevent injuries from occurring at the distillery. They are also required to outline health and safety issues and keep you informed of any changes that could affect your well-being while carrying out daily tasks. Major industrial accidents as a result of explosions are uncommon, but can be devastating for employees. If you have been exposed to harmful fumes or substances or have suffered a trip or fall in the workplace, then it is both your right and responsibility to pursue an accident at work claim. This is especially true if you believe that negligence by management or fellow employees has resulted in you suffering an injury.

    Taking action

    If you were injured while working at a distillery then it is important that the accident be recorded in an accident book. Your organisation is required by law to keep a log of all injuries at work and this simple procedure will allow you to make a claim for compensation at a later date. While this covers minor injuries, you may wish to contact the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for other serious injuries, including broken bones, if you are unsure whether your employer will report the accident. Work-based injuries that were of no fault of your own impact your ability to earn a living and it is vital that you explore all the avenues open to you in order to meet your financial needs.

    Start your claim now

    If you are eligible for a claim then call us today on our free, 24-hour accident helpline. Our friendly advisors will talk to you and help you to take a quick 30-second test that will determine whether you are able to make a compensation claim for your injury. We will also offer advice and assist you with outlining the details of your work accident before passing you on to one of our specialist solicitors. Our expert solicitors will attempt to maximise your monetary recompense by exercising due diligence on all aspects of your case. Alternatively, you can begin the process by using our online compensation calculator to find out an estimated sum of money you may receive for your claim.

    Date Published: October 30, 2014

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    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident at work claim

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