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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Accident at work claim

    How to claim work injury compensation

    Everyone has a right to work safely, no matter what job they happen to do. We all recognise that some jobs carry more of a risk to our safety than others. For example a police officer may well have more chance to be injured on the job than someone working in an office. However this….

    Undercover police officer accident counselling

    If you have been injured unexpectedly and have found that what happened to you has left you feeling not quite yourself, you may benefit from receiving undercover police officer accident counselling. However your injuries were sustained and no matter the extent of them, workplace injuries cannot always be avoided, particularly in the volatile, unpredictable nature….

    Traffic warden injury advice

    Working as a traffic warden can be relatively risky. You may find yourself in risky situations frequently, with other road users driving, cycling or running in such a way that others can be easily hurt. If you would like to check your ability to make an accident claim, you should contact Accident Advice Helpline for….

    Compensation for JCB injuries

    If you work on a building site you can be sure there are certain things you will almost always see. Since the majority of building sites use machinery of various kinds from time to time, there is a good chance you may see the famous yellow JCBs around every now and then. In these situations….

    Compensation for waste recycling sector accidents

    According to the Health and Safety Executive the waste recycling sector can be potentially one of the most dangerous areas for people to work in. While many businesses in this area take their health and safety responsibilities very seriously indeed, some have been found to fall down on the job. In these cases there is….

    Compensation for a broken back at work

    Every employee has a right to safety at work and employers have a duty of care to their workers to ensure that they are not at risk of injury. The Health and Safety at Work Act outlines what employers should do to reduce the risk of employee injuries. Risk assessments are essential to ensure that….

    Can I claim for an injury as a volunteer?

    A question we hear quite often is ‘can I claim for an injury as a volunteer worker?’ and the answer is yes. Many people believe that if they are a volunteer then they are not covered by the same health and safety regulations as paid workers. In actual fact the health and safety of a….

    Can I claim for an accident as a plasterer?

    Call us and ask the question “Can I claim for an accident as a plasterer?”. According to the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, employers have the duty to protect their employees at work. If your employer has failed to take all the necessary precautions to protect you and as a result, you have sustained….

    Employer’s liability insurance – the facts

    Every employer that has an office in the UK is legally required to have liability insurance. This is to cover the employer against being liable to pay compensation if their employees are injured or catch a disease. This policy must cover employees whilst they are working in the UK, but does not necessarily extend to….

    Looking for free initial accident at work advice?

    Whether you work in an office, a warehouse, a shop or even on a construction site, there is one thing that all these workplaces have in common. You could be injured in an accident at work at any of these places of work. If you are injured and you think somebody else was to blame….

    Where to get production line accident compensation advice

    Are you wondering whether getting production line accident compensation advice would be a smart idea in your case? If so, there is a good chance it is because you have been injured in an accident in this very setting. Working on a production line, regardless of what is being produced, can be fast and furious….

    Top 5 dangers of being a kitchen hand

    Working in a kitchen doesn’t always mean you will be a chef. In many cases, people begin as a kitchen hand, taking on assorted menial tasks within the kitchen, so they can see whether they want to train in other roles. While the dangers of being a kitchen hand may not instantly be apparent, they….

    How to claim barber injury compensation

    It seems like barbers are more in demand than ever before nowadays, as men spend more time and money on personal care and grooming. Whether you’re cutting hair, carrying out a beard shape or trim or your customer wants a hot towel shave experience, you’re definitely going to be kept busy if you work as….

    How to claim apprentice injury compensation

    Working as an apprentice is the best way to gain training in the trade or profession of your choice, whether you want to be a plumber, electrical engineer or painter and decorator. Of course, you’ll need to combine your on-the-job training with studying at a local college, but you’ll learn most of the skills you….

    How to claim waste collector injury compensation

    Waste collector, recycling plant operative, refuse collector, bin man – whatever role you take on in the sanitation industry, you have an important part to play in keeping our streets clean and ensuring that the public are not at risk of disease or injury from waste which has not been disposed of properly. It can….

    Compensation for cashier RSI

    RSI is short for repetitive strain injury. This is a very painful condition that is caused by performing the same motions over and over again with your hands. For example typists can get it; other workers who continually move or lift things can get it, and cashiers can get it. You may not think cashier….

    Compensation for timber merchant injuries

    Plenty of jobs require timber of one kind or another, from rough timber used to make frames for decking to high-quality timber that can be cut and made into doors and furniture and other assorted items. Whatever you need timber for, the chances are good that you’ll end up going to a timber merchant to….

    Compensation for injured delivery drivers

    Delivery drivers work across a wide range of industries, from parcel couriers to those delivering feed to farms. Depending on the industry you work in, you may be more or less at risk – but your safety at work also depends on the precautions taken by your employer to keep you safe. At least injured….

    Mountain guide accident claim

    Contact Accident Advice Helpline today to make a mountain guide accident claim. If you have been injured while skiing, climbing or mountaineering in the UK then you could be eligible for compensation if the accident was not your fault. Accident Advice Helpline was set up to provide legal representation to people like you, who want….

    Compensation for demolition work accidents

    Demolition work is often carried out when buildings are in a state of disrepair and need to be knocked down in order to make way for new buildings. They could also be carried out on parts of larger structures, as part of a refurbishment programme. One of the most common causes of demolition work accidents….

    Compensation for injured bricklayers

    Bricklaying might look easy but it is actually a highly-specialised job. Only those with experience in this area will be able to make it look easy. They need to mix exactly the right things together to make a good mortar that will cement the bricks together, and they must know how to build the bricks,….

    Florist accident claim

    Our advisers at Accident Advice Helpline are ready and willing to help you if you are thinking of making a florist accident claim. They are easy to talk to and will not put you under any pressure, so it will always be up to you to decide if you want to continue with filing a….

    Cosmetic dentist accident claim

    The nature of cosmetic dentistry means that those employed within this sector are exposed to hazardous tools and materials daily. If you need to make a cosmetic dentist accident claim, give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Our team of personal injury claims specialists are there to give you the information and support you need, providing….

    Workers Compensation Claims

    Workers compensation claims are payable to employees injured at work through no fault of their own. Their employer has a legal duty of care in the UK to make sure that all staff have a safe working environment. If they fail in that duty, they are liable to pay compensation through their indemnity insurance, which….

    Serious Work Injury Claim

    If you have been injured at work, you may not have considered your accident to be your employer’s fault, but it could be. Your company or organisation has a legal duty to protect you and your colleagues from harm; everything from providing the correct equipment to giving you the proper training is their responsibility. If….

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