Are you hunting for an occupational injury lawyer who works for no win no fee* in Radlett? Do you feel that you are the only person that has ever had to do this? Well, there is no need for you to feel like this at all because it is, in fact, a very common experience.
Accidents at work can happen anywhere in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland and that means that they can happen to the people of the Radlett area as well. The type of claim is influenced by the type of work that the injured person was doing so a manual worker would be hunting for a manual work injury lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ in Radlett and an office worker would be looking for an office injury lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ in Radlett.
The thing that all occupational injury claims have in common is that they can all be dealt with by Accident Advice Helpline – a leading law firm who have an occupational injury specialist team. Here are the top three classes of occupational claims.
Occupational lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee*’ in Radlett – top three occupational claims
- Manual handling claims – caused when an employee gets injured moving or lifting something around. It could be a piece of machinery or equipment, supplies, files or a human being. Manual handling injuries are very common in care homes and hospitals and often result in back injuries. Employers should risk assess lifting jobs and provide the correct equipment and training. Accident Advice Helpline can help with this type of claim.
- Slips, trips or falls – a claim can be made if it can be shown that the fall was caused by something that the employer did or did not do. They may not have secured trailing cables correctly, they may not have lit an area properly or may have allowed the floor to be contaminated. You can get some expert advice on your claim from Accident Advice Helpline.
- Falls from a height – these can happen in all industries but are most often reported from the construction industry. Sadly, the consequences of a fall from a great height can be extremely serious indeed – serious head, neck and chest injuries are common as are broken limbs. No everyone makes a complete recovery from these injuries and they can cause permanent disabilities. Some are even fatal. Employers can be at fault for the fall because ladders, scaffolding or mobile lifting platforms were defective or used incorrectly. They can also be found to be at fault because a risk assessment of the task was not carried out and the safest working methods and equipment were not selected.
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 for compensation.
Date Published: 7th March 2014
Author: David Brown