What Would My Accident At Work Claim Be Worth?
If you have had an accident at work that you believe was through no fault of your own you may be entitled to pursue a claim for compensation. Since there is a wide spectrum of possible injuries the settlement value of any claim must be made on a case by case basis. Our experienced personal injury solicitors can advise you further on this. Given time is of the essence (a standard 3 year time limit) it is important to make contact as soon as you can. Call us today on 0800 028 2060 for a free non obligation discussion.
Our expert solicitors will need to know the circumstances surrounding your injury, how it was caused, if there was anyone else involved or if there were any witnesses. We would also need to understand how this injury has impacted your life, physically, emotionally and financially and any medical advice and treatment that has been given.
In order for your claim to be successful, we will have to prove that your employer is responsible for the injury or injuries sustained. There are many ways in which this could be the case, including failing to provide training, ignoring findings of a risk assessment, failing to supply the correct protective equipment, allowing you to use machinery and equipment that they knew was faulty – and many other factors. Speak to us today to find out more.
Free Legal Advice
If you are unsure whether you can claim compensation for a personal injury sustained in the armed forces, then call our personal injury claims team for free for no obligation advice on making a claim. They will ask you some simple questions about your condition, talk to you about what’s happened and can tell you if you have a viable claim for compensation or not.
Call us 24/7 on 0800 028 2060.
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