If you need to make a Penarth accident at work claim for compensation against your employer, it is usually because they have not complied with the health and safety measures that they should. A lack of knowledge about these measures is no defence for them, health and safety is as much part of the law as all the other laws relating to employment.
Finding the information youneed for a Penarth accident at work claim
Over the last 20 years or so the HSE has worked with large employers in many different industries, and between them they have made workplaces safer to be. Although accidents at work in which victims are seriously injured or killed are still too many, year on year the figures are steadily reducing.
Another contributing factor to this, in a roundabout way, is the fact that these days anyone can make a personal injury claim against his or her employer. This is because our no-win, no-fee agreement at Accident Advice Helpline has opened up that option to every injured victim. Before 2000, the likelihood of having a claim made against them was a lot less because of the costs involved, but these days employers and employees are much more aware of the possibility of making a Penarth accident at work claim.
Making a Penarth accident at work claim
When you have been injured in an accident at work that was not your fault, and want to make a compensation claim, we here at Accident Advice Helpline can help you to get the access to justice you are entitled to.
The law says that anyone injured through no fault of their own is entitled to compensation, and our no-win, no-fee agreement means that option is available to all. It means that you do not have to find any money to start your claim, or if your claim is lost, so finances do not have to be a consideration if you have decided you want to make a personal injury claim. Most claims can be processed by telephone, so it is unlikely you will need to appear in court.
We are a specialist law firm that has been successfully helping victims for over 15 years and if you want to see how we can help you, call us from a UK landline on 0800 689 0500, or you can call us from a mobile phone on: 0333 500 0993. You can also complete our 30-second compensation calculator on our website.