If you fall over in an accident at work in Norwich then in most cases you will be embarrassed and just want to get up, dust yourselff off and carry on with your day. However if you cannot do that because your fall has broken a bone in your leg, then you will want to seek out medical attention so that your injury is treated.
Once the hospital has put you in plaster and you are at home resting, you may start to think about making a personal injury claim against your employer. You can do this by contacting Accident Advice Helpline, as we are a specialist law firm that deal just in personal injury claims.
However your accident at work in Norwich happened, if you were not at fault for it then you may want to claim compensation, as is your legal right in the UK.
The injuries that you can suffer from an accident at work in Norwich
Being involved in a fall from an accident at work could cause you to have lots of different injuries. Here are some of the more common ones:
- Back and spinal injuries
- Joint Injuries
- Hand and wrist injuries
- Cuts and bruises
- Head and brain injuries
- Internal injuries
- Facial injuries
- Fatal injuries
Some of the effects of different injuries can mean you having to change your lifestyle to cope with them, and they can affect the life of your family as well. The impact on your life is one of the things that has to be accounted for when you are making a personal injury claim.
How an accident at work in Norwich can happen
There is no finite number of ways an accident at work in Norwich can happen. It could be because of a fall from height, a burn sustained in a kitchen, back problems caused by heavy lifting without the proper training, or maybe because of a road traffic accident if your job is as a driver. It does not matter what your job is, if the correct health and safety measures were in place in more businesses, there would be less accidents at work.
Obtaining the compensation you are due
Accident Advice Helpline has over 14 years’ experience and has helped many thousands of claimants get the compensation to which they were entitled, no matter what type of injury they had sustained from whatever type of accident they had been injured in.
Our in-house solicitors have a wealth of knowledge and experience that they use to full advantage, examining every area of your claim to ensure that they maximise your personal injury compensation claim.
You can either contact us through our website or on our freephone helpline number 0800 180 4123. Whichever way you do, it does appear that the sooner a claim is made, the more chance it has of success, so don’t delay, contact Accident Advice Helpline to start your claim today.
Date Published: 19th May 2014