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Work Accident Compensation

If you have been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault within the last three years we can help you claim the compensation you are legally entitled to.

Our professional service has helped many people across the UK claim compensation for personal accidents. We believe you should be able to claim compensation if you were injured during an accident and were not to blame.

If your claim is successful, you will receive 100% of your compensation and your solicitor will claim his costs from the insurance company of the person or organisation who is responsible for the accident.

To enquire if you are entitled to compensation, please enter your details below. Click ‘Submit Enquiry’ and we will contact you as quickly as possible.

It is very important to instruct a specialist accident compensation solicitor to discuss this in the first instance.

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Accidents at the workplace are very common, and can occur in all forms of occupations, from office accidents to factory accidents. Furthermore, the ‘workplace’ can take many different forms, such as a tractor, van or car. It is the responsibility of all employers to ensure that the working environment and conditions of all their employees is both safe and legal. Health and Safety regulations are compulsory in all workplaces across the United Kingdom; if a company or an employer fails to follow and implement them, they are breaking the law. Failing to abide by these regulations increases the risk of an accident at work and consequently the likelihood of a work accident claim being filed against the company/employer. A work accident claim can only be made by an employee who has suffered an injury at work, which would not have occurred had actions been taken by the company/employer to prevent this type of accident. If the claim is successful, work accident compensation is awarded.

When an employee suffers an injury at work, they are within their right to make an ‘Accident at Work Injury Claim’ to receive compensation for the accident. Injuries at work can seriously affect workers’ earning potential and their everyday activities. Proving that the accident is solely the responsibly of the employer requires in depth knowledge and understanding of the Health and Safety laws and regulations, thus most employees who are victims of workplace accidents seek legal advice.

However, there are a few simple procedures that can be followed by the employee themselves in order to increase the chances of receiving work accident compensation. Firstly the incident should be recorded in the employer’s accident book. Secondly, photographic evidence should be taken where possible. Thirdly, the employee should record the names and addresses of as many witnesses as possible and finally, if the employee is a member of a relevant trade union, they should be informed of the accident as soon as possible. If an employee makes a successful work accident claim, the amount of compensation will vary, depending on the type of accident and severity of the injury. The compensation can range from around £1,000 for injuries to areas such as the nose or the wrist to millions of pounds in cases of very severe injury.

The decision to make a claim for compensation as a result of an accident at work is often one of reluctance for many employees; fear of upsetting a boss or costing the company money are some of the main reasons. However, if compensation is granted to the employee it is paid through the employers insurance rather than the employer or company itself. One of the most popular ways of claiming for work accident compensation is done through the ‘no win no fee’ basis advertised by many personal injury solicitors.




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