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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    South Somerset accident at work


    No doubt you are familiar with Somerset, a county in the south-west of England. As the name suggests, South Somerset is a district within that county, and yes, it does take up much of the southern part of the county. This government district boasts a population of 165,600, as estimated in 2016. It is rare for a South Somerset accident at work to occur, but any area with a population of that size or larger is likely to experience the odd accident from time to time.

    All government districts have a selection of settlements within them. These settlements will also have a wide variety of businesses present, from shops to warehouses, and office buildings to other businesses that might be more familiar for that area. All businesses will present risks to their employees, but the employer’s responsibility is to identify those risks and resolve them, so there is little to no risk of an employee being hurt while doing the job they are employed for.

    Examples of a possible South Somerset accident at work scenario

    Lots of things could happen at work to cause an accident, although few do. Most of the time, risk assessments, preventative measures, and proper adherence to health and safety laws means few workers end up being hurt while they get on with their jobs. Employers pay close attention to what might happen to their employees while they do a range of jobs, and that means there are few scenarios that can be raised where there is a chance someone could be hurt.

    Of course, if the employer doesn’t take appropriate care, doesn’t follow the health and safety rules, and doesn’t make sure their employees are always able to work in complete safety, something could potentially happen to cause one or more employees injury. If this should occur, it would be clear that someone would be able to potentially bring a compensation claim against the responsible third party, in this case, the employer.

    Call now to discover what might apply in your case

    If you are ready to learn more about a potential compensation claim, and you like the idea of a no-win, no-fee claim that can be put together without risk to you, call Accident Advice Helpline to ask about your South Somerset accident at work and how this might mean you’re due to receive compensation. No two cases are the same, so speaking to a personal injury lawyer might help you understand what could be possible in your situation.

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    We’re available to chat to on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 via your mobile phone), and that means you can easily find out very quickly whether a claim would work out for you. Our advisors are experienced in assessing all potential claims, so getting some answers quickly is a sure-fire way to know what might happen next. Be sure to call now – you must claim within three years of the accident if you have a right to do so.

    Date Published: 27th July 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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