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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Accident at work compensation in Amber Valley


    If Amber Valley sounds like a charming place, you may well be right. It is very close to the nearby River Amber, from which it takes its name. It is not a town or village, however, but a government district on the eastern side of the county of Derbyshire. It was estimated in 2016 to have a population of just over 124,000 residents. Accident at work compensation in Amber Valley isn’t common at all, but you never know when something may have the potential to go wrong in the workplace. It may be why you have landed on this page to begin with; in which case, we will find out more.

    Accidents at work have dropped hugely since the original Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 was introduced in that year. It has been tweaked several times since, but the Act continues to provide a framework for employers to adhere to. In doing so, thousands of lives may have been saved, and many injuries have also likely been avoided. With that said, we all know that accidents at work can still potentially occur, if the situation is right to trigger them.

    Reasons why accident at work compensation in Amber Valley might be awarded

    Compensation is calculated by assessing the injuries a person suffered, and how bad they are. But for compensation to be awarded, there must be ample evidence that proves a third party was negligent. In the case of a work-based accident, this would usually be the employer. However, others might also be found negligent – for example, people who were responsible for the health and safety elements of the workplace.

    Broken bones, crush injuries, injuries caused in a fall, severed limbs or digits – all these injuries could lead to a compensation claim being agreed upon for the person who suffered those injuries. But getting advice on what happened and how it happened is very important to start with, as this will form the basis of a compensation claim.

    Are you wondering if you could claim anything for your work accident?

    Many people do start wondering this if they’ve been hurt at work. The accident doesn’t need to be serious to think along these lines either. The crucial factor that comes into play in these cases is the requirement to prove negligence. Was your employer negligent? Perhaps they failed to perform a risk assessment before you undertook a job. Maybe they failed to provide proper personal protective equipment, or to replace it when it became too old or dangerous to use.

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    Whatever happened, accident at work compensation in Amber Valley is a possibility if you have evidence that negligence led to your own work-based accident. Accident Advice Helpline can help you find out the facts. Just call us today on 0800 689 0500, or use your mobile to get in touch on 0333 500 0993. Whatever you do, make sure you get the answers you deserve as quickly as you can.

    Date Published: 11th July 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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