Accident at work compensation claim
Workplace injuries are all too common and every year thousands of people are hurt in accidents at work.
If you’ve suffered an injury at work through no fault of your own, speak to one of our specialist personal injury solicitors for advice on making a compensation claim.
The responsibility of your employer
Whilst all jobs carry a degree of risk, health and safety regulations are designed to keep you safe from injury whilst in the workplace. Your employer is responsible for enforcing these regulations and you have the right to expect protection against the risks you face.
Illness and injuries at work can be caused by a range of problems, from lack of training and faulty equipment to hazardous chemicals and lifting and machinery accidents.
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Of course, it’s only natural to worry that your long-term employment prospects will be affected if you make a work injury compensation claim, but this really shouldn’t be the case.
By law, there should be insurance against staff accidents, meaning that an insurance company will pay your accident compensation and our fees if you’re successful in your claim.
Why choose Barcan+Kirby?
Our personal injury solicitors act for clients throughout the UK on a wide range of personal injury compensation claims.
Our specialist team are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. We’re members of the Spinal Injuries Association and Headway’s Personal Injury Solicitors list.
We’re highly ranked by Chambers and hold a band 3 ranking for our expertise and quality of our work. We’ve also received a tier 3 ranking for the South West by Legal 500.
Our specialist personal injury lawyers have proven experience in workplace personal injury claims.
We offer a free consultation with a specialist personal injury solicitor to talk about your options and how best to fund your claim.
To discuss a potential personal injury claim with a member of our team, call 0117 325 2929 or complete our online enquiry form.