Those working in manual labouring industries are frequently put at risk of injury by the very nature of their profession. For that reason alone workers are often sent on training courses to learn how to minimise the risks, yet accidents can still happen that open the door for a manual handling training claim in Rhyl if they are particularly serious.
The training courses are designed to teach people the correct techniques when it comes to lifting all kinds of materials, aimed at reducing the chance of injuries occurring.
This is, therefore, beneficial to everyone with the employee less likely to hurt themselves and the employer in the sense that they have all of their workforce fit and available to work.
Accidents can result in a manual handling training claim in Rhyl
Unfortunately, accidents can still happen on training courses just like out in the ‘real world’ environments. The nature of the industry will require people to get hands on in the session, learning how to handle items correctly, but it only takes one slight mistake or for an item to be too heavy to cause an injury.
Back and joint problems that require medical attention and time off work can develop into a manual handling training claim in Rhyl.
The money lost through the time recovering from the accident, coupled with the physical and emotional pain and suffering caused by the incident and the fact that the innocent victim had no way of avoiding the injury can leave them enquiring about claiming at the very least.
Can you make a claim?
A lot of people come to Accident Advice Helpline for information about how to make a claim after a manual handling training accident, wishing to find out if they might be entitled to make a claim.
We work on a no-win, no-fee basis meaning that there are no upfront fees to pay and we even have a free 30-second test which will help to confirm your eligibility.
You are under no-obligation to make a claim and you have up to 3 years from the date of the accident to make your claim, so you have time to consider your options.
Making your claim with Accident Advice Helpline
If you decide that you would like to go ahead and make a no-win no-fee claim, then we’ll assign a dedicated solicitor to your case. They will be able to talk you through the process, to answer any questions and to inform you if we need any additional information to support your case.
They will also be able to estimate the minimum and maximum potential payout that you might receive if we are successful with your claim. Every settlement reflects the severity of the accident and injuries sustained, ensuring that every claimant gets exactly what they are entitled to.
To do this we take into consideration factors such as the treatment received at the time, the expected recovery period and any on-going rehabilitation, plus the financial implications of the accident such as lost earnings.
If you would like more details or advice on making a manual handling training claim in Rhyl, give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 20th November 2015