Every year hundreds of people are injured whilst at work. Your employer is legally responsible for your welfare and safety at work. Your employer is under an obligation to assess risks within your working environment and ensure you and your colleagues receive appropriate training and where necessary are provided with protective clothing.
If you are injured at work you may as a direct result suffer financial loss because you are unable to work.
UK law requires employers to have insurance in place to cover such risks.
Typical injuries at work include but are not limited to the following:-
- Dangerous materials;
- Lack of appropriate training;
- Poor protective clothing of equipment;
- Machinery, which is not working properly;
- Improper lifting or handling of items at work;
- Trips, slips or falls at work;
Due to the unpredictable nature of a working environment accidents can occur.
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault you can make a claim for compensation. We can assist you in making a claim against your employer on a “no win no fee” basis. You will also keep 100% of any compensation you are awarded.
Our Personal Injury Lawyers have the experience and skill to advise you in making a claim for compensation if you have been injured at work. It’s simple to begin the process.
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the online contact form and we shall contact you to discuss making your claim for compensation.
Contact us now to take advantage of a free consultation to assess your claim. We may be able to assist you on a “No Win No Fee” basis meaning there is no risk to you in terms of paying fees to us if your claim is unsuccessful.