Accidents at Work
We have decades of experience in helping clients who’ve been injured at work, understanding that no accident is the same and can arise from a wide variety of workplace situations, depending on your job and employer. We’ve expertise in workplace injuries such as slips/trips, faulty work equipment, lifting heavy loads, exposure to hazardous substances and faulty or inadequate PPE, assault in the work place, industrial disease, among many others.
We believe that everyone is entitled to a safe working environment and do all we can to secure compensation for those employees injured through no fault of their own.
Often clients are concerned about making claims against their employers, but our experienced team can take you through the process and also draw on a wider team of experts, including employment lawyers, to secure the best outcome for you.
When you get in touch with us we’ll:
- arrange to meet you and take you through the steps to successfully securing compensation for your injury
- take a detailed statement from you covering the circumstances of the injury and the impact that the injury has had on you
- set out the responsibilities of your employer and the duties owed to you
- advise on the types of damages you may be able to claim for, including loss of earnings, the cost of rehabilitation and other expenses incurred because of the injury
You will not have to communicate with your employer about the claim. We will do all that for you. We will contact your employer, their insurer and be there for you every step of the way to secure the compensation that you deserve.
Whether you have suffered a slip or trip in the workplace, been injured due to faulty work equipment, suffered an injury due to lifting heavy loads, been exposed to hazardous substances, or been assaulted in the workplace, we can help to take forward your claim.
We are able to consider a variety of funding options to see your case to a conclusion.
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