Are you looking for work accident compensation solicitors in your local area?
When you have been injured in an accident at work, you’re in a tough position. You are injured, vulnerable and maybe just a little bit angry. Your employer has let you down, you may be losing wages and you could be worried about your ability to return to work. We know that you will have enough to worry about, without taking on a big legal battle. Work accident compensation solicitors can take this strain for you. That’s why we offer a comprehensive compensation claims service.
When we take on your injury at work claim, we look at the work accident compensation solicitors within our network and match you to the most appropriate solicitor in your area. We make sure that all of our work accident compensation solicitors have the background and expertise to deal with the specific cases we allocate to them, so they are best placed to get the greatest outcome for you.
How much do your work accident compensation solicitors cost?
We believe that no-one should have to make decisions about their claim based on their ability to pay. Justice and fairness are common rights and compensation is a legal entitlement. For these reason, all of our work accident compensation solicitors offer a no win, no fee service. We never ask you for up-front fees and you never have to pay for any service until your compensation is awarded. In the majority of our cases, we successfully claim your legal fees from the other party, meaning that you don’t even have to pay any fees to your solicitor.
How do I know if you can take my case?
Accident Advice Helpline have been taking personal injury compensation cases for over fourteen years. We have dealt with a huge range of work accident claims, covering many different types and sizes of employer. Some of the cases we have dealt with include:
- slips, trips and falls at work, often due to hazards not being identified
- manual handling and lifting injuries, often due to insufficient training
- falls from height, including ladder and scaffolding injuries
- industrial equipment injuries such as harm arm vibration syndrome
- injuries caused by equipment, either because the equipment was faulty or badly maintained or because staff were not properly trained to use the equipment
- many other injuries at work
Won’t a claim against my employer lead to me being sacked?
It’s a common fear, but in our experience employees are rarely ‘punished’ by their employer for making a claim. If you are making a genuine claim for the injury, inconvenience and expense of an injury that should have been prevented by your employer, you’re not ‘out of line’. Employers are not allowed to treat you any differently than they would if your claim had not been made – they know this and you should take comfort from it. Also remember that in many cases, your claim is actually made against your employer’s insurance, not your company directly.
If you are worried, or if you would like to talk about the options available to you, call our team of advisors and they will help you understand your situation and make the best decision.