Lawyer in Felsted
Felsted is a village that lies in the north west of Essex in England. There is a public school here which was founded in the year 1564 by Lord Riche, whom was also an important benefactor to the Felsted Church.
Lawyer in Felsted know that there is a large percentage of the village whom are below working age such under 16’s, as well as those who are retired too, but for those who do work, whether in the village or by commuting out of it they will be aware of all the health and safety rules of today which are in line to protect their safety whilst in their workplace.
Work related accidents may mean an 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 across the UK must take full responsibility for the health and safety of their 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 and when this results in an injury, employees have a legal right to make a claim for industrial injury compensation.
As the Personal Injury Specialists with one of the highest success rates in the UK we can lead you to a successful outcome whether you were involved in a Road Traffic Accident, Workplace Accident, Slip, Trip or Fall or have/are suffering Industrial Disease/Deafness.
We run a 24 hour advice helpline for your convenience, making it even easier to contact one of our lawyer in Felsted and their team.Open Claim Calculator
When you speak to our phone advisors you can do so in utter confidence with no pressure to ever proceed with a claim and all advice given is 100% no obligation. Call today to find out where you stand regarding your individual injury on – 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993.
Our website www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk allows you to do a ‘30 second test’ which will be able to tell you in minutes whether you are indeed eligible for compensation. It could not be simpler!