Methil Compensation


Are you claiming Methil compensation after a work related injury?

Although some jobs may be more dangerous than others, most people don’t consider jobs in the food industry to be particularly dangerous. Whilst they may not be the most hazardous jobs, injuries can easily occur when you work in the food service industry. If, for example, you’re a chef or you work in a kitchen, you could easily suffer a burn or cut yourself with a sharp knife.

One particularly dangerous role in the food service industry is that of a butcher. If you work as a butcher, or even as an assistant in a butcher’s shop, you may need to use sharp carving knives and cleavers on a regularly basis.

Although people are trained to use these tools prior to working with customers, accidents can still happen at any time. In addition to using these handheld tools, butchers may also need to use electrical equipment to carry out some of their work. If this was to malfunction or it was used improperly, it could cause a serious accident due to the sharpness of the blades and the power of the electric motors.

Just like in other jobs, if you’re hurt whilst working in a butchers shop, you could potentially make a claim for Methil compensation, if you weren’t at fault. If your employer was responsible for the accident, they may be forced to pay you Methil compensation for your injuries.

Unfortunately, many people are hesitant about making a claim against an employer as they think that they will lose their job as a result. Fortunately, there is protection in place for employees so if you make a genuine claim against an employer, they won’t be able to penalise you.

If you’re considering making a claim against an employer for Methil compensation but you’d like further information we can help. At Accident Advice Helpline we have a team of solicitors on hand to help people with their claims. In addition to helping them make a claim against someone, we also help potential claimants to find out more about the claims process.

If you want to know more about how to make a claim for Methil compensation, why not contact us? You’ll even be able to benefit from our free no obligation advice. Rather than having to pay expensive legal bills to find out more about making a claim for Methil compensation, you’ll have access to our no obligation advice and you won’t have to pay a penny.

If you’re worried about how to pay for your actual claim, we can help with that too. When you make a claim with us, you’ll be able to do so on a no win no fee* basis so you won’t have to worry about how to fund your claim. Just call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.

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