Accidents at work are very common and can happen unexpectedly. By law, every employer has a duty of care to provide safe working environment conditions and if they do not adhere to these regulations, they are breaking the law. The responsibilities of maintaining a safe working environment can come in many different forms, such as by testing machinery on a regular basis, providing adequate training and safety equipment, or informing employees of the potential dangers in the work place and how to avoid them.
Every working environment has its own sets of dangers too to look at for, so if you have suffered a personal injury at work through no fault of your own and would like to make a claim for work accident compensation, we are here to help.
If you are considering filing a claim for accident at work compensation, we will deal with your case on a no win no fee basis. This entitles you to make a claim without having to worry about paying any legal costs and if your claim is successful, you will be awarded the full amount in compensation.
Every employer has to have Employer’s Liability Insurance so that, in the event of an accident, they are protected. So, if your claim is successful, your solicitor will recover all of their costs from your employer’s insurers, giving you peace of mind that no one will be directly affected by making an accident at work claim.
To be eligible to work accident compensation, you have three years from the date of the accident during which you are entitled to make a claim. You are entitled to claim for your injuries and any financial losses you have suffered as a result, including loss of earnings. At PHC Law, we have your best interests at heart and will help ensure that your current and future well-being will be taken care of and receive the maximum amount of accident at work compensation that you deserve.
Contact us today to receive confidential legal advice and guidance about how to make an accident at work claim. Claiming is easy, just fill out the ‘start your claim’ form online, or if you would like to speak with us directly, call our Freephone number on 0800 612 7 612 and we could be dealing with your case within minutes.