Industrial injuries

Industrial injury claims

If you have suffered industrial injuries through an accident whilst at work - you may be entitled to compensation. We can deal with your case and have expert solicitors nationwide ready to act on your behalf. Making a claim

There are many thousands of accidents that occur in the workplace each year. Whether you work in a factory, on a building site or even in an office - no environment is completely safe. It is not realistic to expect an employer to spot every hazard or prevent every possible accident from occurring.

The employer must, however:

Always carry out a risk assessment in the form of an investigation conducted to identify whether any particular act or operation gives rise to a safety risk or hazard. If they fail to do so and an employee suffers injury - the employer will be liable.

We have various information pages about the different types of industrial injuries suffered in the workplace:

  1. Industrial injury - involving machinery
  2. Involving cranes
  3. Forklifts
  4. Involving equipment
  5. Unsafe premises
  6. Ladders/scaffolding
  7. Inadequate training
  8. Building site safety

 

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Our solicitors are experts in cases involving industrial injuries so why not make an enquiry today and let us assess your situation. If you have been injured at work - you may be able to claim.   For immediate accident claim assistance please telephone our Freephone accident claim helpline on 0808 115 1421

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