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NHS claims and accidents


Accident Advice Helpline can give you help with NHS claims and accidents advice

The NHS is a national treasure and most of us will rely on the magnificent service it provides at some time in our lives. When we think of the NHS we picture the medical staff working hard to save lives. Behind the scenes however is an army of support workers including clerical staff, cooks, cleaners and porters.

Like any other employer, the NHS has a responsibility to its staff to keep them safe in the workplace. They do this very well but much of the support work is contracted out these days to companies who tender for the business of catering and cleaning etc.

If you’ve been injured in an accident in the workplace that wasn’t your fault and need some NHS claims and accidents advice we can help.


Who is your employer?

If you work in a large hospital it’s quite likely that private companies provide some of the support services. If you’ve had an accident, it’s important to establish who is responsible for your health and safety at work. Check your contract of employment which should give you these details.

Whatever your role you should have been given training to help you avoid injury to yourself. If you’re working in a busy kitchen you need to be aware of the risks of burns and scalds and trips and slips from spillages.

If your role is a domestic one then you may work with hazardous chemicals which could cause burns and skin irritations. It’s important to wear personal protection equipment when it’s supplied.

NHS claims and accidents advice is available from us if you’re unsure how to proceed.


Accident Advice Helpline

We’re here to give you support and advice if you’ve had a non-fault workplace accident. When you call us you’ll speak to one of our trained advisors who will guide you through the compensation process. If you have a strong case your details will be passed to one of our personal injury lawyers.

It’s quite important that you’ve had medical attention for your injuries as your lawyer will then be able to support your compensation claim with evidence from a medical expert.

After your initial contact with you we won’t put you under any obligation to proceed with a claim. If you decide to do so, be assured that there’s no financial risk involved for you. Our lawyers work on a no win no fee arrangement. If your claim is unsuccessful you’ll have no legal fees to pay.


Contact us today for more information

Call us on 0800 689 5659.