Although almost anyone can get injured in an accidental fire at work, people most at risk are the employees of the Fire and Rescue Service. If a member of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) is injured, he or she can make an injured in a fire at work claim by simply approaching our legal specialists at Accident Advice Helpline. Our personal injury solicitors will be more than happy to help a hero receive rightful compensation for the injuries that he or she has suffered whilst struggling to save lives. If you are a FBU member who was injured in a fire at work, contact us to find out more about your legal rights to compensation and get professional legal representation.
Burn injury at work claim
FBU members can get injured at work because they are often exposed to dangerous situations. Some fire fighters are injured during foreground operations or in road traffic accidents, whilst speeding up to save lives; others suffer injuries during training or due to defective safety equipment. A fire fighter can get injured in many different ways, ranging from smoke inhalation and burns to fractures. However, most fire fighters suffer burn injuries in fires at work.
If you have had the misfortune to suffer a serious burn injury, the first thing you need is a good specialist who can help you recover quickly. As soon as you recover, you need expert legal advice from some really competent solicitors specialising in injured in a fire at work claim applications. The solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline can handle any burn injury claim relating to fires at work. Thus, they can help you obtain the compensation you should receive for your suffering.
What can you claim for?
With our legal specialists on your side, you can claim compensation for the burn injury that you have suffered through no fault of your own. If you can prove that a third party is responsible for the fire in which you have been injured, our personal injury lawyers may be able to claim compensation on your behalf, according to the severity of your injury, for:
- physical pain and psychological trauma associated
- loss of income resulted from not being able to work due to the injury
- medical expenses incurred as a direct result of the accident, including the cost of treatment, medication, and visits to and from the hospital
Besides helping you claim compensation for your suffering, our solicitors can save you a lot of stress. Having extensive experience in dealing with burn injury claims, our expert lawyers understand that the human issues always come above the legal issues. For this reason, we will take care of everything on your behalf, allowing you to recover in peace. We also believe that it is your right to be dealt with by trustworthy solicitors who are able to ensure that your injury claim runs as smoothly as possible.
Being authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Accident Advice Helpline is the most reliable partner you can find today. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to discuss your injured in a fire at work claim and to find out how much compensation you are entitled to receive for your pain and suffering.
Date Published: January 1, 2014
Author: David Brown