If you have suffered an injury at work you may be able to make a work accident claim. To find out call us on 0800 633 5730.
If you have had an accident at work and have been injured you are entitled to make a claim if your employer was at fault.
Mr D from Leicestershire was injured in the summer of 2012 whilst carrying out his job as a warehouse operative.
He had been unloading metal cages, and as he opened one of the cages two items fell out breaking his right foot.
A medical examination revealed that in addition to the accident having caused Mr D's broken foot, it had also caused the onset of a degenerative disease.
We were contacted by Mr D for legal advice and to represent him in his claim against his employer.
We recently settled the claim and recovered over £40,000 to compensation Mr D for his pain, suffering, loss of earnings and ongoing care.
If you are have been injured at work in an accident that was not your fault, our injury team can offer you legal advice and representation on a 'No Win-No Fee' basis.
Making a works injury claim.
Your employer is required by law to protect you from harm, if they have failed in their duty of care you have a right to highlight their failing and seek compensation for your injury.
If you would like to discuss making a claim speak to one of our injury lawyers on 0800 633 5730.
Our injury team has extensive experience representing claimants and winning payouts to compensate them for their injuries. We offer easy to understand legal advice and are dedicated to getting our clients the compensation they deserve.
After suffering a work injury we can get you compensation for loss of earnings, pain & suffering and ongoing medical care.
Our years of success winning claims means we offer the right legal advice to increase your chances of a payout.
After reviewing your claim we can give you an indication of a likely compensation award which is based on payouts made for other similar injury claims.
To confidentially discuss your claim call one of our injury solicitors for advice on freephone 0800 633 5730.