Accident solicitor in Usk


Accident solicitor in Usk

If you are suffering from a work-related illness or injury, you could be entitled to claim compensation through Accident Advice Helpline. As personal injury experts, we are able to help you prove that your employer exposed you to dangerous conditions. The easiest way to do this is to this is to ask an accident solicitor in Usk to demonstrate that your employer was at fault.

Your employer’s responsibilities

Workplaces can present many dangers. However, your employer must take steps to provide you with a safe working environment. To do this, they must:

  • Provide instruction, information and training: Your employer has a responsibility to make you aware of the risks associated with carrying out activities at work.
  • Provide protective equipment: Your employer is required to provide you with suitable protective equipment to reduce the risk of you suffering from injuries and illnesses. The type of safety equipment provided will be dependent on the specifics of your job. However, examples include safety goggles and helmets, steel-toed boots, chemical resistant clothing and breathing apparatus.
  • Perform risk assessments: Your employer must carry out regular health and safety and risk assessments to monitor your working conditions.
  • Provide proper equipment: Your employer must provide you with suitable work materials and equipment and offer you adequate training to ensure that you are able to use the equipment safely.

Your responsibilities

As an employee, you must exercise care and follow health and safety procedures at all times. Should you become aware of any health and safety issues, you must notify your employer immediately. Issues could include faulty equipment, lack of training, lack of safety equipment or personal health problems that could impair your ability to do your job. Where the negligence of your employer leads to an accident at work, you will be eligible to make a compensation claim.

Contacting an accident solicitor in Usk

If you suffer a work-related illness or injury, you should notify your employer. You should also call Accident Advice Helpline and let our trained advisors assess your eligibility to compensation. Once we have helped you to document the circumstances that led to your accident, we will pass your case over to an accident solicitor in Usk who will be able to provide assistance with your claim.

If you have a workplace accident claim and wish to take advantage of our 100% no win no fee* legal representation, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or use our 30-second test.

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