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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

    Lawyer in Charing Cross


    Working in a built up area increases the likelihood of a slip or fall as people rush here, there and everywhere compared to the laid back approach in rural settings.  Luckily, many accidents at work are only minor, but in some instances the outcome is much more serious.

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    Whether your accident was caused from a fall down stars, slipping on an uneven surface, tripping on an icy patch or as a result of someone bumping into you, injuries can range from a bruise through to broken bones and even death.  In most cases the owner of the property is responsible for accidents such as these.

    Lawyer in Charing Cross: On your side

    It is estimated that trips and falls in the workplace contribute to almost 15% of deaths per year.  Considering the fact that 25% of personal accidents are recorded per year, it is easy to see how serious such an accident can be.  This equates to 95 million days where people are unable to work.  Situations which contribute to these statistics include:

    • Greasy, wet or polished floors
    • Broken bricks or broken tiles
    • Soggy leaves
    • Exposed and obtrusive electrical cables
    • Open drawers or filing cabinets
    • Faulty ladders
    • Carpet which has become loose or is threadbare
    • Clutter
    • Car parks and hallways with slippery ice, wet patches or footprints of snow
    • Stairs with missing or damaged handrails

    This is just a smattering of hazards which can be found in the workplace and cause a nasty slip or fall.  If such an accident has caused you to experience a personal injury , a personal injury lawyer will want to know if the property owner was aware of the hazard prior to your fall.  Whilst such dangers cannot always be avoided we should do everything possible to keep those risks at bay.  Snowy and icy conditions warrant the correct footwear to provide adequate traction.  Shoes with laces should always be secured in a double knot and high heels should be kept at home or only slipped on when feet are safely tucked under the office desk.

    Lawyer in Charing Cross: Clear, straightforward advice, which is always delivered on time

    If you took all the necessary precautions at work but have still fallen victim to a nasty accident, Accident Advice Helpline would be delighted to offer you free advice on how to proceed with a claim for compensation.  Give them a call on  0800 689 0500 or ring from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Alternatively you can text “claim365” to 88010 or fill out the thirty second test online.

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    Date Published: 4th February 2014

    Author: Donna Jennings

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