Workplace compensation in Buntingford


Buntingford is a small market town and civil parish in the district of East Hertfordshire and county of Hertfordshire in England. It lies on the River Rib and on the Roman road Ermine Street. Situated along the London to Cambridge Road, Buntingford is a small town of 5,000 people. It has a central conservation area and is designated as an outstanding architectural or historical interest. Buildings date from the 15th century.

Here at Accident Advice Helpline we deal with many types of accident and injury claims, (including accidents in the workplace compensation claims) not just in Buntingford, but all over the UK.

Help with workplace compensation in Buntingford

Accident Advice Helpline are here to help anyone who has suffered injuries as a direct result of an accident in the workplace which was someone else’s fault. We help innocent injury victims with securing workplace compensation in Buntingford by establishing whether or not they have the grounds to make an injury claim.  We then provide victims with the legal advice and information that they need. to launch a claim to secure the personal injury compensation they are entitled to.

If you have had an accident in the workplace, and you believe your employer was at fault, we will go about establishing their complicity. If they have neglected health and safety, then they certainly are liable. Neglecting the health and safety of their workers mean they are responsible for any accidents that might happen as a result. An employer should:

  • Ensure the workplace is safe and potential hazards have been identified
  • Provide all workers with appropriate health and safety training
  • Provide PPE for all employees that need it
  • Regularly check machinery and tools.

If any aspect of health and safety at work has been neglected by your employer, then we may be able to help with your claim for workplace compensation in Buntingford or anywhere here in the UK.

Contacting Accident Advice Helpline

If you would like more information about Accident Advice Helpline and how we can help you, why not get in touch? You can take our 30-second test right here on the website, or alternatively you can call our national helpline service. Remember — it is free to call if you call from a landline and dial 0800 689 0500 You also have the option os using a mobile but the number to call is different. It is 0333 500 0993. Call charges from your call-provider may apply.

We look forward to taking your call and helping you with your accident injury claim. Call us today and let’s get started.

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