If you have had an accident at work, and have been injured as a result, you might want to speak to our specialist injury at work solicitor.
Our injury at work solicitor
Our injury at work solicitor can help you make a claim for compensation against your employer, or whoever else might be responsible for your accident. All we need to know to get started on your claim is:
- That you have had an accident at work – whether on site, on office or work premises, or off-site whilst performing your day to day work duties
- That the accident resulted in you being injured in some way
- That the accident was not your fault (or at the very least that you were not fully responsible for the accident)
- That the accident occurred within the last three years (or in the case of injuries that have taken a while to develop, that you only became aware of them or diagnosed with them within the last three years)
If you can answer “yes” to the above, then our injury at work solicitor will be able to help you make a claim against the person, or people, responsible for your accident.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today to find out more about the process. Our advisors will be happy to answer any questions you might have, and the information you provide to us will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
You will be under no obligation to proceed with your claim should you feel for whatever reason that the time is not right. Our injury at work solicitor will be waiting when the time is right, just don’t forget there are legal time limits imposed on how long you have to make a claim – so don’t leave it for too long. You might regret it.
Types of accidents
Accidents can, and invariably do, happen anywhere.
Regardless of how and where you have been injured our injury at work solicitor can help you make the claim you need to get the justice you deserve.
We can help if:
- You have slipped at work, either inside the building, or perhaps on external pathways if these have not been properly maintained (usually when there is ice on the ground, or a spillage that has not been cleared up or properly marked with a hazard sign or cone)
- You have been injured as a result of poor training (more often than not staff members are required to manually lift objects without receiving any training on proper manual lifting techniques, this can lead to a wide range of different injuries including hernias)
- Inadequate personal protection equipment (more often than not in the form of non-slip gloves, hard hats, audio protectors, goggles or steel-cap boots)
We will be more than happy to answer any queries you have about the process.