Machinery accidents in Broxbourne

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If you work around heavy and complicated machinery, you have an expectation that your employers will ensure the correct steps are taking to guarantee your safety. In fact, it is a legal obligation for those who employ staff to make sure that the correct health and safety measures are followed to prevent their employees being put at risk of serious injury. Unfortunately, these responsibilities are not always taken as seriously as they should be, and machinery accidents in Broxbourne can lead to serious injuries.

If you are injured in an accident in the workplace that was not your fault, you are legally entitled to claim compensation for the injuries you sustain as a result.

Machinery accidents in Broxbourne can be serious

Accidents involving heavy machinery can be truly terrifying to be involved in, and lead to severe injuries that can affect your day to day life for a long time afterwards. Broken bones, serious head injuries, and a range of other horrific issues can be caused by machinery accidents in Broxbourne.

You should be able to feel safe in your workplace, and trust those who are responsible for your wellbeing to ensure that such accidents do not happen. If your employers fail to do this, they haven’t only let you down, they have also broken the law, and they must be brought to account for what they have done.

By claiming compensation, you send a very clear message which means that those responsible for your injuries will be far less likely to repeat their mistakes in the future.

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We understand that you may have been put in a difficult financial situation as a result of the accident that you were involved in. Your injuries may leave you unable to work for an extended period of time due to pain and restricted movement.

However, even if you are physically capable of returning to work, the psychological damage may mean that you do not wish to return to work at the scene of such a horrific memory.

We believe you should have this right without having to worry about loss of earnings, or your ability to afford legal fees.  That’s why we operate on a no win no fee* basis, to ensure that regardless of your financial situation in the aftermath of your accident, you are always able to make a claim for the compensation that you deserve.

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If you have been injured in an accident involving heavy machinery in the workplace, call Accident Advice Helpline today from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 or free from your landline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if you can make a no win no fee* claim.

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