If you have been unfortunate, and you have been injured at work in an accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to make a claim.
Imperium Law can review your case and help you claim accident at work compensation.
UK employers have a duty to protect employees, contractors and visitors from accident and injury.
- As an employee you should be provided with the right machinery and tools to carry out your work. All equipment provided must been maintained in a safe condition and good working order.
£32,000 paid out to a worker injured after slipping on the floor.
If your role requires you to lift heavy objects you should be shown how to do so properly to avoid injury.
Your working environment must be kept safe. Suitable chairs and workstations should be provided, and your work area should be kept free from hazards which could cause you to slip, trip or fall
If you work at height or in a noisy or hazardous environment, your employer should provide you with the appropriate safety equipment to protect you from harm. Equipment such as scaffolding, ladders, safety gloves, goggles, ear defenders, hard hats, safety boots and dust masks should be provided.
If your employer has failed to protect you and you have been hurt while carrying out your job, you can make a claim for compensation.
Making a workplace claim.
If you have been injured at work call us on 0800 633 5730 for claims advice.
We have over 30 years experience claiming compensation payouts for employees injured at work.
£40,000 paid out to a worker who sustained a back injury at work.
There is a strict time limit to making an injury claim, you have three years from the date of your injury.
If you have been hurt and you would like to know what similar workplace injuries have paid out, contact one of our personal injury solicitors to review your case.