Even though less than 10,000 people were found to live in Bradford on Avon in the last Census, the town is swelled during the year by tourists who come to see the many attractions here. The town is famous for its Town Bridge among other things, wending its way across the River Avon. There are also plenty of shops and restaurants to frequent, and little need to look for a lawyer in Bradford on Avon.
Its Roman beginnings have seen the town develop into a thriving place to live and work. Some people work further afield than the town itself, but there are certainly many places that have work to offer for those in the area.
A safe workplace
It doesn’t matter whether you work in the tourism industry, in the retail industry, in the service industry or anything in between. The most important thing is that you will always have a safe and secure workplace to enjoy. Thankfully, the vast majority of workers do have this, which is why so few workers ever suffer from injuries where they work.
This is mainly due to the diligence displayed by employers of all kinds. For the most part, they all recognize how important it is to offer a safe and secure workplace. To this end, they will perform the necessary risk assessments to make sure no one is in any potential danger when they are doing their job.
What should you do if you are injured in your workplace?
Firstly, it should be reported and noted in the accident book. Treatment of some sort might be necessary, depending on how serious the injury is. Furthermore, you are also entitled to consider whether compensation could be due to you, which may be the case if a lawyer in Bradford on Avon (or elsewhere) can prove if negligence was involved.
The best way to find out in the shortest time is to call 0800 689 0500. This puts you straight through to Accident Advice Helpline, and that gives you an excellent opportunity to chat with someone who might be able to help. We’re trained and experienced in cases just like these, and one of our professional injury compensation lawyers might be able to assess and take forward your claim. You’ve nothing to lose by making that one free call today, so make sure you get in touch with us now.
Date Published: 10th January 2014
Author: David Brown