Work Related Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury claim lawyers in Warrington are part of a network of some 200 legal experts who are at hand to give advice about personal injury claims and how to win compensation. There are all sorts of work related injuries caused by employers perhaps not training their staff properly in health and safety issues or where employees were injured through faulty work equipment.
From lifting warehouse boxes that are too heavy or losing a limb thanks to lack of training to slipping on watery surfaces in the office – personal injury claim solicitors will have dealt with such cases in one form or another and are therefore experts in their field.
When you ring Accident Advice Helpline you can rest assured, the advisor at the other end of the telephone will deal with your enquiry in a professional, friendly and constructive way; you will be allocated an advisor just right for your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline has been around for more than a decade and is overseen by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority. Their patron is none other than Esther Rantzen, the UK’s foremost champion of put-upon consumers. Operating on a no win no fee* basis, Accident Advice Helpline’s network of legal experts is the largest in the UK, winning claims that total some £30 million in paid-out compensation each year.
What type of work related personal injury claims can be made with Accident Advice Helpline:
- construction accident claims
- repetitive strain claims
- vibration white finger claims
- health and safety at work claims
- industrial deafness claims
- work injury claims
- accident at work claims
- product liability claims
These are just some of the claims the personal injury claims lawyers in Warrington see every month – in fact, Accident Advice Helpline deals with around 25,000 enquiries per month. When you are injured at work, your first impulse may be to blame yourself. However, employers have a legal obligation to adhere to strict health and safety at work rules and you may well have a claim against them.
Employers must train their staff to operate machinery and equipment safely, train them to follow work practices and procedures safely, have to provide a safe work environment and must ensure equipment is safe and fit for purpose.
If you have suffered an accident at work in the past three years and the accident was your employer’s fault, you stand every chance of winning compensation, although naturally there cannot be a guarantee.
It is important to collect the names and address details of all relevant people, who were involved or witnessed your accident at work or can shed light on personal injuries such as repetitive strain or vibration white finger claims, for example, before you call an Accident Advice Helpline advisor. If at all possible, photographic evidence should support your work related personal injury claim.
Don’t go on suffering in silence: call Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury claim lawyers in Warrington today to find out if you qualify for compensation.