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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

    Compensation for serious work injuries

    It’s really surprising how workers can get injured at work and seek compensation for serious work injuries.  There are so many ways that you can get injured at work and need to claim for injuries at work that the statistics are staggering. Below are just a few of the ways that workers are injured and why they may need to claim compensation.

    Compensation for work serious injuries due to violent acts at the workplace

    An injury that isn’t talked about a lot is one that results from a violent act that takes place in the workplace. Arguments that get out of hand often lead to serious injuries happening. Training employees in workplace violence and keeping an eye out for any suspicious activities will be helpful in catching these kinds of incidents before they become violent. One of the best ways to prevent violent acts is to keep employees educated.

    Compensation for serious work injuries due to repetitive motions

    This is another kind of injury that is it very obvious but can be definitely harmful. Repetitive motions like using a computer or typing for most the day often leads to strained tendons and muscles, causing problems with your vision, carpal tunnel, and back pain. One of the best ways to help with preventing this is to give employees training and to provide them with a ergonomic equipment to help with keeping these kinds of incidents low in the workplace.

    Compensation for serious work injuries due to entanglement in machines

    These types of injuries often will happen in factories where machinery and heavy equipment are often used. Shoes, clothing, hair, and fingers are near to everyday equipment and often no precautions are taken. One of the best ways to prevent injuries because of entanglement is through providing protective equipment, training, and giving employees guidelines to abide by in order to avoid having an injury.

    Compensation for serious work injuries due to accidents in work vehicles

    There a lot of employees who are driving for their job who often are injured in accidents while they are working. Sometimes these vehicles are construction vehicles that are used in the workplace, and sometimes they are vehicles like lorries that are driven on the highway. In order to help with preventing this kind of injury and accident is important to provide safe driver training to any employees who are using vehicles and to impart policies for safe driving to keep the incidents down.

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    Compensation for serious work injuries due to falling

    A lot of people fall down on the job and are injured as a result, so this is one of the most common ways that people are injured while they’re working. Slipping and falling can happen in just about any work environment.

    When you are injured at work, one of the best chances that you can give yourself for getting the compensation is to get a solicitor. Call us free on 0800 689 0500 and let us help you find the right one.

    Date Published: 8th September 2013

    Author: Louise Thacker

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