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    Ribble Valley accident at work claim


    Chemical injuries are among the most serious you can sustain in the workplace, often leading to serious, life-long consequences.

    There are many workplaces in which you may be expected to deal with hazardous substances, whether they are cleaning products or more serious chemicals such as arsenic or mercury. It is imperative when handling these chemicals that you are doing so with the right protection, which can include a HAZMAT suit, gloves, masks and other personal protective equipment.

    Your employer should have also provided you with the right training in order to reduce the risk of injuries. When any of these preventative steps are neglected, you as an employee can be left suffering a number of injuries and conditions, including:

    • Burns
    • Poisoning
    • Nausea
    • Heart palpitations
    • Difficulty breathing

    If you have been injured whilst using chemicals at work, you could potentially be entitled to make a Ribble Valley accident at work claim. If you can demonstrate that employer negligence caused your accident to take place, you may be able to hold them responsible and seek financial compensation with our help.

    When you make a Ribble Valley accident at work claim with Accident Advice Helpline, you will work with a dedicated personal injury solicitor that will draw on years of experience to give you the best chances of a successful outcome.

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    How does making a Ribble Valley accident at work claim work?

    It is important to always report an accident at work, especially when they involve chemicals.

    This is important to ensure that all factors are recorded in detail, as this report can be used to support your claim that you were in no way at fault for your accident. Any images of the accident scene should also be presented to your solicitor, along with all other supporting documentation and information.

    If you think you may be entitled to make a Ribble Valley accident at work claim, you can find out for sure along with how much you could be able to claim by contacting Accident Advice Helpline. You can obtain a quick quote using our thirty-second claims calculator, or for a more in-depth quote, call our helpline to speak with a claims adviser.

    One of our experts will analyse the details pertaining to your chemical injury to determine how much you could be entitled to receive. For serious injuries, you could potentially expect thousands of pounds in a compensation payout.

    We have over 190 solicitors working throughout the UK, all of who are able to help you make a successful claim. For over fourteen years, our law firm has dealt with workplace accident claims, and our legal team will fight hard to ensure you get the money you deserve if you are living with a painful injury or condition brought on by exposure to chemicals. To find out more about how we can help, contact us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim..

    Date Published: 16th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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