Injury Solicitor in Bardsley


Bardsley is located in Greater Manchester which was once the world’s leader in the mining and cotton industry. It had miners and mill workers dating back to the 13th century right up until 1999! At the beginning of the 20th century Greater Manchester was described as “the centre of a district of collieries, cotton mills and iron-works, which cover the surface of the country with their inartistic buildings and surroundings, and are linked together by the equally unlovely dwellings of the people”. Today the town is the third largest retail centre in the Borough of Wigan; almost 20% of those employed in the area work in the wholesale and retail trade, although there is still some significant manufacturing industry in the town. In all, employment is high in this town and always has been.

Bardsley is a working class town with working class people and it has always been this way. Injury Solicitors in Bardsley have dealt with thousands of compensation claims relating to accidents and injuries in the work place. Work accidents may mean things such as a slip or a fall, resulting in a back injury or twisted ankle, where the damage is immediately obvious. It may also relate to longer-term damage, such as deafness, asbestos poisoning, tendonitis or vibration white finger.

By law, employers in Bardsley and across the UK must take full responsibility for the health and safety of all of their employees. There are numerous laws and regulations in place to make sure that they do this. However, sometimes this is not done, whether out of laziness, to cut corners or to save money and when this results in an injury, employees have a legal right to make a claim for industrial injury compensation.

For more than a decade Injury Solicitors in Bardsley have used their knowledge to help thousands of people who have suffered industrial injuries, accidents or diseases make successful compensation claims. Our panel of work injury solicitors work for you 100% No-Win No-Fee* and no money is ever needed to make a claim.

To call one of our trained advisors for some no obligation and totally free advice is free of charge on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993, and there’s no automated answering, no hold systems, just an honest professional at the end of the phone 24/7 waiting to take your call.

Alternatively you can log onto our website where you can submit a basic application form, use our compensatuion calculator and read all of our satisfied clients’ testimonials, as well as the full endorsement given to us by charity founder, Esther Rantzen.

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