Neath Accident Claim Solicitors
The majority of us are lucky in our workplaces in that we enjoy the work we do and feel that we’re appreciated for that hard work.
This makes it all the more upsetting then when an accident happens or an injury befalls us in the workplace that we later find out could have been prevented had our employer taken more care and attention.
In this case, it is not unusual for an injured party to seek out Neath accident claim solicitors to pursue a case for compensation.
As more of us use computers or technology as part of our daily routine at work, eye strain is becoming a very realistic problem. It can cause painful symptoms such as migraines, burning sensations, difficulty focusing and infections from rubbing at watery or dry eyes.
In some cases, eye strain is merely annoying but thankfully not a long term problem. Simply change the circumstances and the symptoms also disappear. However, in other cases, eye strain can cause very real and long term health problems.
Our eyes, just like our ears, are extremely delicate and are not designed to withstand harsh punishment or substandard treatment on a regular basis. In short, eyes can be irreparably damaged from ongoing eye strain, leading the victim to need spectacles or other assistance with their sight, or even surgery to repair the damage.
Making a Compensation Claim Through Neath Accident Claim Solicitors
UK Employment Law gives all employees a legal obligation to care for the safety and well being of their employees. This obligation is known as a duty of care and it means that if the employer is found to be negligent or has not taken adequate steps to care for their employees, and said employees have received an accident or injury as a result, then a claim may be made through Neath Accident Claim Solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline.
For example, when we are discussing eye damage caused by strain, we would assume that an employer would take all necessary steps to ensure that his employees eyes were protected. A reasonable person would do this by way of limiting screen exposure, offering eye tests and prescriptions as part of any benefits he paid to employees and ensuring that all lighting was adequate so as not to create a glare. If he has failed in any or all of these steps and an employee has received an injury to their eyesight as a result, then he may be found to be negligent and a compensation claim through Neath accident claim solicitors can be pursued.
Accident Advice Helpline have been helping people who have been injured in accidents or incidents they did not cause for many years. A simple 30 second test can quickly establish whether a claim is likely to be successful and from then, Neath accident claim solicitors will deal with every element of the claim, ensuring a professional and reliable service. Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.