Accident at work claims in Risca


Pursuing compensation with accident at work claims in Risca

There are hundreds of accidents at work that could result in innocent victims making accident as work claims in Risca, including:

  • Accidents with moving machinery
  • Falls from height
  • Accidents with vehicles or plant
  • Slips on spillages that should have been cleaned up
  • Trips on trailing wires
  • Stock falling on people
  • Items being dropped from height

Slips, trips and falls are the most common of all work place accidents, and are often the reason that innocent victims make accident at work claims in Risca.

Slips, trips and falls may not sound very serious, but they really depend how you land, what you land on and at what height the accident happens. They can have devastating effects on victim’s lives, and the lives of those close to them.

Your employer should do their best to prevent accidents at work of any type, and if you are injured in one because of their negligence, you could be entitled to compensation.

Compensation can help you come to terms with your injury, and pay for any lifestyle changes you need to make because of the accident. There are normally extra expenses to cope with as well, at a time when your income could be reduced because of being off work through no fault of your own. The extra costs and losses can be recouped if your claim for compensation is successful, but you do need to prove them. Keep receipts for everything you have to pay out that is accident related.

The attitude of your employer

Most employers are helpful when it comes to compensation claims, probably because they realise that their negligence was at least partly to blame. They should have employers liability insurance too, so the compensation does not have to come out of company funds.

This is why most employees who have made a claim return to work with no problems, and there are very few that encounter hostility because they claimed against their employer.

Making your accident at work claim with Accident Advice Helpline

Making a claim for compensation, no matter what type of accident you were injured in, needs the expertise of a specialist law firm, and you could do no better than Accident Advice Helpline to assist with yours.

To find out all you need to know about claiming compensation, free of any obligation or pressure to go ahead with a claim, call our friendly advisors on 0800 689 0500 if you are using a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 if you are using a mobile. The call will only take a few minutes of you time, so to it today and get your claim started.

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