Have you received chemical burns at work?
Working with chemicals and noxious substances is a difficult enough job but it can be made harder – and more dangerous – if you have not received the correct training or are working alongside individuals who have received inadequate training.
Accident Advice Helpline and our no win no fee* Membury solicitors can help you receive a level of compensation relative to your injuries if you have sustained injuries at work because of chemicals or dangerous substances.
It is taken as read generally that anyone working with such liquids, gases or other substances, has been trained correctly and their training verified but sometimes these things can be overlooked.
In doing so this represents a failure in the duty of care on the behalf of your employer and anyone responsible for the day to day operations of the company you work for.
Health and safety as well as COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to health) should be adhered to and a failure to do so not only places you at risk but places those around you at risk as well.Open Claim Calculator
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Dangerous substances in the workplace can not only leave you and your colleagues at risk but can leave you (and others around you) at the risk of suffering skin burns, eye burns, or damage to the senses such as the eyesight, smell and taste if substances are ingested.
With this in mind Accident Advice Helpline and our no win no fee* Membury solicitors are on hand to provide expert advice and as assessment as to whether or not you are eligible for compensation.
If you have sustained burns, scars, damage to the senses, or lost time from work in the last three years because of a chemical accident then you may well be entitled to compensation.
Am I entitled to make a no win no fee* Membury claim?
If you have been injured in the last three years because of dangerous chemicals or substances in the workplace and the accident was not your fault then you may well be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
An employer’s failure to ensure you are properly trained – or indeed ensure you colleagues are – is a failure that can be deadly to all concerned and must be addressed.
Compensation is not just about money but also about bring peace of mind in ensuring the accident does not occur again.
In order to ascertain if you are eligible for compensation contact us on 0800 689 0500 (24/7) or 0333 500 0992 and a member of our team will make an initial assessment.
You can also text us the words “CLAIM365‘ to 88010 and a member of our team will call you back. If our initial assessment determines you may be eligible for compensation we will pass your details to our no win no fee* Membury solicitors.