If you’re thinking about launching a Llandudno, accident at work compensation claim, for an injury you’ve suffered in your place of work here in Llandudno, working with Accident Advice Helpline can help to increase the chances of your claim’s success, and maximise the amount of compensation you get awarded.
The risks of the hazardous waste disposal industry
Most towns of any size here in the UK require the disposal of hazardous substances, and working in this industry has its risks. Substances may be toxic materials from factories and chemical processing plants, or even waste materials (used dressings etc.) from hospitals. If the vehicles transporting these substances are involved in an RTA, there are many potential risks including those of:
- Poisonous fumes and gases
- Chemical burns
- Environmental damage
- Exposure to disease
Hazardous waste disposal workers must be properly trained
It is vitally important that anyone who works in the hazardous waste disposal industry is properly trained with regard to the procedures to be followed in case of accidents, and that they are fully aware of any particular hazards associated with he material they are carrying or handling. Employers have a duty of care to their employees to ensure that this is so. It’s not just industry workers who are at risk of course; in instances where an RTA occurs, members of the public can also be put at risk.
Instigate a Llandudno, accident at work compensation claim via AAH
If you’re employed in the hazardous waste disposal industry in Llandudno, and you’ve been injured because of the substances you were transporting or handling, and you believe that your employer is to blame, why not commission AAH to launch a Llandudno, accident at work compensation claim? The no win no fee* service we offer is the envy of the industry and comes highly recommended by the renowned and trusted people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen.
You can get an idea of the basic amount of compensation your claim might be worth by visiting our website and using the HOW MUCH compensation calculator that you’ll find there.Open Claim Calculator
Taking the 30 second test
By answering 4 simple questions about the nature and severity of your injury, the calculator will be able to indicate whether or not your claim seems to be a valid one, and if so, estimate how much basic compensation you could be awarded. It’s what we call taking the 30 second test, because that’s as long as it takes, on average, to be given an estimate.
If there are any other things to be taken into consideration, like as any loss of earnings or any special costs incurred, these will have to be taken on board by the solicitor allocated to you and dealt with as your claim progresses.
Want to find out more?
To find out more about how AAH can help, either visit our website or call our free helpline and chat to one of our experienced advisors. Simply call 0800 180 4123 from any landline, or 0333 500 0992 from any mobile