Many of the 3 million accidents that occur every year in the UK happen in the work place, and that is why so many employees make a Chichester, accident at work claim for compensation.
Some types of accidents are more common than others, but any of them, if the accident was not your fault, mean you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Slips, trips and falls for a Chichester, accident at work claim
Slips, trips and falls are the most common of all accidents, whether they are at work or anywhere else. They are generally though of as quite minor accidents with injuries to match, but that could not be further from the truth. Slips on factory floors can send a victim into machinery, a trip over on obstacle on a shop floor can bring a pile of stock tumbling down onto the victim, and a fall from height can seriously injure a victim, if they survive.
Heavy lifting for a Chichester, accident at work claim
Workers need to be adequately trained to do any job that involves heavy lifting, as done incorrectly their back or spine can be severely damaged.
Forklift truck accidents for a Chichester, accident at work claim
Forklift trucks are a vital piece of machinery in some trades, but they can also be a very dangerous piece of machinery in the wrong hands. Only qualified operators should be allowed to use them.
Burns and scalds for an accident at work claim
Burns and scalds are a potential hazard for anyone that works in kitchens, but they can also happen where there are chemicals and substances that are dangerous. Chemical burns are not an unusual reason for an employee claiming compensation.
Deafness for an accident at work claim
Constantly working in loud noise can impair your hearing. Bosses are supposed to reduce the noise level as much as they can, and if it still excessive, they should supply you with ear protectors.
Making your accident at work claim
However an accident happens at work, if it was not you own fault, you should consider making a personal injury compensation claim to get the compensation you are entitled to, and the easiest way to do this is with the help of Accident Advice Helpline.
That is what Esther Rantzen will tell you. She has recommended our services since 2003, and has worked hard to raise the publics awareness to their legal right to compensation, and to reclaim the costs and losses that usually arise because of an accident.
Esther knows that we look after our claimants, she knows that each and everyone is important to us, which is why they and they injuries are treated with the respect they deserve. You should listen to Esther if you are considering making an accident at work compensation claim.
Date Published: 7th September 2014