Accidents at Work
Having an accident at work can be a painful and upsetting experience. Your injuries may have been relatively minor, more serious or you may have had to face a loved one losing their life after an accident at work. Whatever the circumstances of your accident at work we can help you. Your employer is required by law to ensure that you are kept safe whilst you are at work. Furthermore, as a result if you have an accident at work and your employer is responsible. if it happens then you are able to make a claim for compensation for your injuries.
We do understand that you will be hurt, upset and probably worried about your job too but making a claim for compensation against your employer. This does not mean that your job is at risk, as your employer is not able to dismiss you for claiming compensation for your accident. Speak with our personal injury Lawyer Leeds.
Types Of Work Accidents
There are many different types of work accidents and some of the most common ones are:
- Falls from heights
- Slips or trips
- Crush accidents
- Lifting or carrying objects
- Struck by moving object such as a vehicle
Whilst these are some common types of work accidents. Whatever the circumstances of your accident you should contact our Solicitors Personal Injury Claims today as we can tell you quite quickly if you have a claim or not. Steps to take after an accident at work.
Why Choose Ashmans Personal Injury Solicitors in Dewsbury?
Making a claim against your employer for an accident at work is a worrying prospect. However, our experienced and professional team of personal injury solicitors will guide you through the process with as little stress as possible. Understanding the whole claims process and your legal position is very important. So we will take the time to explain this to you using only simple and easy to understand language. Ensuring we use absolutely no legal jargon. We promise to always keep you informed at all stages of your claim and be available to answer any questions or queries you have along the way.
You may think that making a claim for compensation following an accident at work may be expensive but there are options open to you to fund your claim for compensation. We can explain each of these options to you and offer you advice on which one we think is the most suitable for you. In addition, we also offer a free, no-obligation initial discussions about your accident. So if you have had an accident at work, contact us today, what do you have to lose? Some frivolous accident claims.
Contact us Now
You can get in touch with us in a number of different ways. You can call us on 0333 009 6275, available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
If you would prefer you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our Free Online Enquiry Form and we’ll be delighted to help you.