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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

    Health and social care: the facts

    The health and social care sector employs over four million people in the United Kingdom; this includes both the public and private sector. The largest employer in the UK health sector is the National Health Service which employs approximately 1.7 million people. The health sector is made up of: Hospitals; General medical practices; Specialist medical practices;….

    Slipping on ice at work – can I claim?

    Your employer is legally obliged to keep you safe whilst you are at work, and they must also have indemnity insurance to pay you compensation if you are injured or fall ill due to their failure to protect you adequately. Accidents at work account for a huge amount of lost time every year, and preventing….

    Self-employed workers injury claim

    ContentsWhich industry do you work in?How common are injuries in the workplace?Who might be to blame for accidents suffered by self-employed workers?Finding out whether you have an opportunity to claim compensationCall us today for more helpSelf-employment is becoming more popular in the UK. In 2008, there were 3.8 million self-employed people in the UK, but….

    Eye strain at work compensation claims

    Eye strain is a problem for many people. It can lead to headaches, blurred vision, and problems with bright lights. If the problem has occurred at your place of employment then you may be entitled to make an eye strain at work compensation claim. If you believe your eyes are causing problems, it is best….

    Reporting accidents at work

    Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we are often contacted by people who have been injured in the workplace and who wish to know the procedure for reporting accidents at work. As one of the premier personal injury law firms in the UK, we have successfully handled numerous work injury compensation claims. We have helped many people to….

    What are my employer’s legal duties?

    All employees are entitled to work in a safe environment where risks to health and safety are minimal. Under health and safety laws in the UK, the primary responsibility for health and safety in the workplace lies with the employer; this being one your employer’s legal duties. Employers are responsible for health and safety in….

    I banged my head at work – should I seek medical advice?

    Banging your head at work might seem like a minor incident and not one that is worth reporting. Head injuries can be minor or they can be serious, more worryingly, what might seem like a minor injury may turn out to be more serious than you first thought. Head injuries can give rise to complications….

    When is it not the employer’s fault?

    ContentsWhy do accidents in the workplace happen?What could cause harm to employees in the workplace?Display Screen Equipment (DSE)If it is my employer’s fault, will a claim affect my job?When is an employee most likely to suffer an injury at work?Make a claim for compensationWere you involved in an accident at work which resulted in serious….

    Spillages in the workplace — who is responsible?

    Employers have a legal obligation to ensure that their employees work in a healthy and safe environment. Spillages in the workplace fall under this obligation. Additionally, they are also charged with the responsibility of developing preventative measures in order to minimise or eliminate the risks of accidents in the workplace. Part of this responsibility involves….

    Average payout for back injury at work

    ContentsAre back injuries serious?How did you injure your back?Are you more likely to suffer a back injury in certain industries?Taking steps to prevent a back injury at workClaiming compensation for a back injury at workWhen we go to work each day, the last thing we expect is to be injured whilst we’re doing our job…..

    I had a fall at work and want injury compensation

    Slips, trips and falls are the main causes of injury at work and we at Accident Advice Helpline receive calls regarding compensation for these every day. If you have had a fall at work and you feel that it was not your fault, then here are the steps you can take to receive appropriate injury….

    What does employer ‘duty of care’ mean?

    When you are employed by a company, you may remember filling out some forms, undertaking some training and reading some documents. Many of these processes will be due to the responsibility of your employer to look after your health and safety whilst you are working for them. Employer ‘duty of care’ is a term that….

    Accident Caused by Employer Negligence

    All employers have a duty of care to protect their employees and ensure they can work safely. To do this, they need to provide a safe working environment and failing to do so could mean that employers are deemed negligent following an accident. Negligence is something that can be avoided, which is why you are….

    Top Five Causes of Workplace Accidents

    Every year, tens of thousands of people suffer workplace accidents. While many of these are fortunately only minor, some people are left severely injured following an accident at work. In addition, workplace accidents claim the lives of around 15 people annually. While accidents can happen any time and to anyone, many workplace accidents are unavoidable. Accordingly,….

    Proving an accident at work claim

    ContentsHow to go about proving an accident at work claimWhat should you do immediately following an accident at work?Make sure you see your GPHow much could you receive if your compensation claim went through?Every day, people go to work in thousands of workplaces across the UK. They work in all manner of different roles, some….

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