There are hundreds of different accidents that can happen in the workplace and that innocent victims make a Llandudno accident at work claim for. It does not matter what job you do, they all have their own hazards and dangers that your employer should legally protect you from.
Depending on how serious the breach of health and safety rules is that allows your accident to happen, they could face prosecution, as well as a Llandudno accident at work claim.
How employers can avoid a Llandudno accident at work claim
It perhaps sounds simpler than it is in reality, but all they need to do reduce the possibility of accidents at work is follow all the health and safety guidelines as decided on by the government’s official body for health and safety in the work place, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
Some bosses will complain that the rules slow production, others will say they are too costly, but how do you put a price on the quality of someone’s life if they are seriously injured, or indeed you cannot put a price on a life that is lost.
The differences in rules for different trades or professions
Because each job has its own health and safety issues, there are laws to follow for each and every trade or profession in the UK. The government make it all readily accessible on the very user friendly HSE website, and if employers cannot find what they are looking for, a call to HSE will do the trick.
Their one aim is to reduce the numbers of serious injuries and deaths that happen in accidents at work, and over the last two decades have made great strides with this by working together with employers.
This has been very apparent in the construction industry, which still has one of the worst incidences of accidents at work and of workers making a Llandudno accident at work claim, but is a whole lot better than it was 20 years ago.
Making a Llandudno accident at work claim
If you are injured in an accident at work that was caused by the negligence of your boss, you are probably entitled to compensation, and Accident Advice Helpline are experts is handling personal injury claims.
It is all we have done since June 2000, when we opened our doors for business. The experience we have gained has allowed us to makes these processes simple and efficient for all our claimants, keeping the experience as stress-free as we can.
If you think you have cause to claim compensation, find out for sure by contacting our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and having a confidential, obligation-free chat to one of our friendly advisers.
Date Published: 1st December 2014