Many accidents occur within the workplace, often resulting in injuries that keep the sufferer off work. Some accidents result in permanent injury that can restrict the type of work you will be able do in the future. Some are fatal.
Your employers have a legal obligation to provide adequate training, to maintain health and safety standards and to minimise the risk of workplace accidents occurring.
Consequently, if a work colleague does not carry out a task properly, or visitors to the workplace cause an accident, or even if you are injured offsite, your employers may still be responsible and you may still have a claim.
If you have had an accident at work, you must inform your employer and it should be accurately recorded in the Accident Book. Even if your accident hasn’t caused you to take time off work, you can still claim compensation for the injury itself.
This is why Attwaters Jameson Hill’s Personal Injury solicitors are here.
We pledge to provide every client with outstanding personal service and communication, unrivalled industry knowledge and a proven track record of successfully representing clients regarding workplace accident claims.
Whenever we can, we will obtain an interim payment from the responsible party’s insurers to assist with any financial hardship you have been caused and to pay for treatment privately.
If you think you may have grounds for a workplace accident claim, Attwaters Jameson Hill will offer you a jargon-free consultation and assessment free of charge.
If you have a strong case, please don’t delay. Call us now for free specialist advice and no win no fee representation.