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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Accident Solicitor in Suffolk coastal

    Can an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region help me make a claim?

    If you live in the Suffolk coastal region, then you will know what a beautiful place it is to live, full of wonderful vistas and bracing walks for people of many different fitness levels. The last thing you might be expecting is to experience an injury during one of your healthy happy days out in the countryside. But accidents do happen. And an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region can help you make a claim for your accident.

    A local specialist, such as an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region, could also see if you are eligible to make an injured at work compensation claim. It may be some weeks or months before an injury reveals itself. The one thing it is really important to note is that. If the employee has had an accident then they need to report the incident to their employer and fill out any paperwork for recording the injury. Take our 30 second test to see if you can make a claim.

    If I need an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region what do I do next?

    Report your injury as soon possible. If you are looking for a local adviser then an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region can take you through the next stages. Sadly, a difficulty is that people often don’t experience the full impact of the injury straight away, nevertheless over time the symptoms of pain may not go away. It’s always important to document a trauma when it happens. The UK 1974 Work and Safety Act outlines the responsibilities of employers. Your employer has a duty to protect their workers. Employers must assess each job in terms of risk. They have a duty of care to minimise the hazard that employees experience while doing a job. Such as ensuring the work surroundings are free of hazards that could cause injury or illness.

    Causes of slip and fall injuries

    When accidents happen on the job, they are usually the results of employer negligence and diminution of risk is an employer’s responsibility. So for example when fluid is spilled, it is because a judgement of hazard has not properly occurred. The employer has a duty to evaluate each step of every process of each and every job function. The evaluation role is to cut down risk. When liquid is spilled, there is a breakdown in function. That dislocation of function lies foursquare on the employer. Employers have a duty to make sure their workers are acting out their job functions. Employers have a duty to ensure that workers are on the job safely.

    Can I claim?

    If you have a slip or trip injury at work, or if you have an accident when out in a place such as a public area that should be maintained by the local council then yes, you can claim for injury using an accident solicitor in Suffolk coastal region. Check first to see if  you qualify, using the 30-second test, or talk to us. Contact Accident Advice Helpline, a law firm which specialises in personal injury compensation. Call our 24/7 Helpline 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993. Our friendly, professional advisers will be on hand to advise you. Accident Advice Helpline has 10 years’ experience as a personal injury compensation law firm.

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    Date Published: 26th October 2014

    Author: aliswann

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