When you are at work, you generally feel safe, and this is because you expect your employer to protect you from harm while you are there, and rightly so. But sadly this does not always happen, and not all employers are perfect (or even competent). In some cases, you can be injured as a result of something that was not your fault in the workplace.
Some common types of workplace injury for which you might want to make a Pontarddulais injury at work claim include: vibration white finger (often caused by overuse of a power tool without breaks), repetitive strain injury (usually caused by excessive use of certain muscles without a proper break), or industrial deafness (which often occurs when proper ear defenders are not provided, or the wearing of them is not enforced). If you have suffered any of these injuries and it was not your fault, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today.
100% no win no fee* legal advice, without obligation
If you are worried about having to find legal fees to pay for all of this, you don’t need to be. Accident Advice Helpline operates on a strictly no win no fee* basis, so you do not need to pay us unless we actually win your claim for you. This means that legal representation is not just limited to those with the largest bank accounts, and anybody can make a Pontarddulais injury at work claim, regardless of their socioeconomic position. We believe this is the fairest way to do things, and we also want to take much of the upfront financial stress, risk and burden off of our valued clients’ shoulders. Being injured is stressful enough as it is, without the added pressure of needing to find a large amount of money to pay someone to help you get the justice you deserve.
Call about your Pontarddulais injury at work claim adviser today and get your claim started
If you want to come through to a trusted law firm who can help you with your Pontarddulais injury at work claim today, just dial 0800 689 0500 free from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Our lines are always open, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, so you can literally come through to us whenever you want. Don’t delay – in many cases we can only help if the injury occurred within the last three years, so get in touch today.
Date Published: 28th December 2014
Author: David Brown