If you have been harmed at work and would like to find out how much compensation you could be due, call us at Imperium Law on 0800 633 5730.
We can represent you on a ‘No Win-No Fee’ basis, which means you don’t need to worry about paying our costs.
If you have been involved in a workplace accident and suffered an injury you could be due out a payout.
Compensation will vary according to the circumstances and severity of the injury, and after an initial review of your case we can give you an idea of how much you could recieve based on what other similar claims have paid out.
While each compensation case is unique a few payout examples are as follows:
- A fractured index finger £9,110 – £12,240
- A moderate shoulder injury £7890 – £12,770
- A serious injury to a ring or middle finger £10,320 – £16,340
- A leg injury such as torn cartilage up to £6,100
- A moderate back injury £12,510 – £27,760
- A severe foot injury £24,990 – £39,200
After review of your claim one of our work injury lawyers can give you a much more accurate assessment.
Common accidents at work include:
Falls from height such as from scaffolding or ladders.
Forklift truck accidents.
Slip or trips due to spillages.
Back injury after lifting heavy objects without adequate training.
Claim time limits.
You have 3 years from the date of your accident to begin a claim against your employer, for employees under 18 years the 3 years starts from their 18th birthday.
What can I claim for?
We are ‘No Win-No Fee’ solicitors and so you do not need to worry about paying our legal costs.
After suffering a work injury you may find that you need to have time off work which could mean a loss of income. At Imperium Law as well as helping you to claim for pain and suffering, we also help you claim for financial loss.
If due to the severity of your injury you are unable to return to work, we can also help you claim for future loss of earnings and any ongoing nursing or home adaptation costs.
Claim case example:
Our personal injury team recently won £8,750 compensation for a worker who suffered injury when she fell from a ladder at work.
We were able to show that Ms. M had notified her employer that she had a medical condition which caused her to lose her balance. She was assured that she would not be required to climb ladders or work at height as the risk of her falling was too great.
In spite of her employer’s understanding of her condition, a manager insisted she carry out a task requiring her to climb a ladder, she protested but was just told to get on with the job. Unfortunately she lost her balance, fell and was injured. A claim was made and compensation was awarded for her pain and suffering.
Can I make a claim?
If you have been injured at work and would like to find out if you are entitled to make a claim for compensation our personal injury team are here to take your call on 0800 633 5730.
After a review of your case we can advise how much compensation you could receive.