Lambeth is a district of Central London, its name meaning the landing of lambs. This suggests that many centuries ago there was a market in lambs in the area, a bit different to the Lambeth of today. For some people, they would never heard of Lambeth if it had not been for the song – The Lambeth Walk. For many years this was a song that appeared at many parties and events, a conga style dance with a long line of people singing to it. Lambeth Palace is the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, a tradition that goes many years.
Today, Lambeth is a thriving community which is partly residential and partly commercial, and unfortunately just as in the rest of the UK, sometimes people are injured in accidents at work and need to make a Lambeth accident at work claim.
The accidents that can happen to cause a Lambeth accident at work claim
There are no end to the accidents that can happen in the work place, from things that will cause no more than a minor scuff to life threatening injuries, they happen all the time. Such things as:
- Falling from height
- Slipping on spillages
- Tripping over obstructions, bad flooring or trailing wires
- Electric shocks from faulty equipment
- Being exposed to dangerous chemicals or gasses
- Accidents with large machinery
- Accidents with site traffic
Any of these few examples could result in very serious injuries, and if this has happened to you because of the negligence of your employer, you may be entitled to make a Lambeth accident at work claim for compensation.
Employers should not allow accidents at work to happen, and if they followed the health and safety regulations, their employees would be at a lot less risk of being injured in an accident at work that was not their fault, and the employer would be a lot less likely to have to face a Lambeth accident at work claim.
Making a claim if you have been injured at work
The easiest way to make your personal injury claim is to let Accident Advice Helpline do it for you. We have been helping faultless victims of all types of accidents since June 2000, and have the experience, knowledge and expertise that you want on your side. To keep things simple, we work with the no win no fee basis. This means you do not have to find any money to start you claim, or if your claim is lost.
No win no fee makes the option of claiming compensation available to everyone that is entitled to make a claim, without worrying about how they will finance it.
If you would like to know more about using the no win no fee services of Accident Advice Helpline, call our freephone helpline on 0800 180 4123, or complete one of the online options on our website.