If you have suffered at the hands of a painful or debilitating injury, whilst working as a health and safety officer, you are advised to seek top-quality health and safety officer injury advice. At Accident Advice Helpline, we are committed to helping you get your recovery back on track and to making sure that you are not stuck with hefty medical bills. This is why our expert solicitors work on a no win, no fee* basis.
Why choose Accident Advice Helpline?
If you are looking for highly skilled and reliable personal injury specialists who will treat your case with the utmost care, tact, and sensitivity, you are in the right place. Just ask one of our thousands of happy and satisfied clients. We can offer you the best possible health and safety officer injury advice around.
What is a health and safety officer injury?
There are various types of accidents that can occur whilst working as a health and safety officer, but to be eligible for compensation, the accident in question (and any subsequent injuries) must be the fault of a third party, such as the people or authority responsible for your own care and physical wellbeing. Plus, the injuries must have been sustained within the last three years.
In most circumstances, it is clearly the duty of the organisation for which you work to sure that trips, falls, sprains, breaks, cuts, and other injuries are prevented – even if your job does require you to assess these dangers, in terms of their threat to others. In some cases, it is wholly necessary to call out failings in supervision and safety protocols.
Where can I find health and safety officer injury advice?
If you think that you might be eligible to pursue filing a claim for compensation, or if you would like to receive health and safety officer injury advice from a qualified expert, call our free, 24-hour helpline at 0800 689 0500. We will record the details of the accident and subsequent injuries, as well as assess any evidence that you may wish to use as support for your claim later.
In cases where culpability is not immediately clear, our lawyers will help you to determine who is at fault for the accident. If we believe that there is grounds for compensation, then we will fight for it on your behalf. We always seek the highest possible amount of financial remuneration, because we believe that it is the least that you deserve. Our health and safety officer injury advice is easy to understand and is reliable.
The creation of a strong case is essential, so where possible, take photographs of the injuries and the site at which they occurred. For example, if the accident was caused by damaged or badly maintained equipment, you are more likely to be compensated if you can provide clear evidence of neglect or failure on the part of the authority responsible for it.
Date Published: June 11, 2015
Author: David Brown