Accidents at Work Compensation Claims
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- Why Should I Make a Personal Injury Compensation Claim?
- What Will Our Solicitors Need From You?
- How Much Compensation Will I Receive?
- How Long Do I Have To Make A Personal Injury Claim?
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Accidents At Work Compensation Claims
If you’ve been injured in a workplace accident through no fault of your own, you may have the right to claim for personal injury compensation. At Turner White Solicitors, our accident at work solicitors will help you on a No Win No Fee basis. Whether you were employed on a full-time or a part-time basis, a provisional worker, a self-employed servicer or if you were visiting a corporate house at the time of the accident, you have the right to claim for workplace-related accident compensation.
In the work place, employers have a duty and legal obligation to provide their employees certain health and safety standards to curtail the risk of accidents at work. This legal obligation allows workplace accident claim to be made. Whether you work in a construction site or in a 9-5 job, if you have had an accident at work, our well-experienced solicitors will help you to find out if you are entitled to make a workplace accident claim for compensation through a free and confidential consultation.
Start your accident at work compensation claim now. Call our leading solicitors at Turner White Solicitors today on 01772 25 22 22 or request a call back for a consultation on your accident at work claim.
Why Should I Claim For An Accident At Work CompensationWorkers often feel that putting in a claim against their employer can jeopardise their job security and their career opportunities, but the truth is that the vast majority of employers are eager to ensure you get the compensation you deserve. Moreover, even if you’re claiming against your employer/organization, you have absolutely no reason to worry about being replaced at your job position, losing your job or being treated differently. Your employer is bound by legal rules and regulations not to terminate you for making a claim for compensation.
In addition, your compensation can always ease you from your financial burden or allow you to seek professional medical advice. However, that’s not all. If your household depends on your income, and it’s no longer coming in to the family, then this needs to be reflected too. In circumstances like this, compensation is designed to cover your and your loved one’s expenses, until you get your life back to normal. In other cases, making a claim for compensation can also prevent other people from experiencing a similar accident at your workplace.
With more than two decades of experience, our No Win No Fee Claim Solicitors achievement rate is incomparable. Turner White Solicitors deliver the highest level of legal expertise in personal injury claims and are committed to secure the best compensation that you deserve. Get in touch with Turner White Solicitors today on 01772 25 22 22 or simply request a call back.
What Will We Need From You For An Accident At Work Compensation Claim
Workplace accidents are one of the most common causes for compensation claims every year in the UK, second only to road traffic accidents. To establish the facts of your accident at work case, our solicitor will need to know:
- The date of the workplace accident – where and how it occurred
- The contact details for any witnesses
- The details of your injuries and medical treatment received
- The proof of your loss of earnings and other financial expenses because of your injury
- If you are a member of a trade union or you have insurance policies, which may pay some of your legal costs for you.
All employers needs to maintain a record for workplace accident, as instructed by the law of the UK. Having this record of injury will also help you to secure the best compensation that you deserve and make your claim for compensation more powerful. Subsequently, it will be wise of you to keep any relevant documents such as receipts of medical treatment or any written paperwork with your employer related to your workplace injury or subsequent time off from work and lose out on earnings.
How Much Compensation Can I Receive For An Accident At Work Compensation Claim
When you make a claim for compensation, our solicitors will establish your case, negotiate on your behalf, and help you to secure the best costs for any future cure and recovery.
At Turner White Solicitors, we consider certain factors, which can determine your compensation amount such as:
- The type of injury you’ve suffered
- The medically proven discomfort and suffering
- Any loss of earnings caused
- Any mental and emotional effects
- Any medical treatment that you’ve received
Subsequently, the amount of compensation received in all accident at work claims is also reliant on the relevant proof and evidence that are available to the solicitor such as witnesses who could provide testimonies of the accident. This will help in making the case strong and secure the best compensation for you.
You can find out how much accident at work claim you’re entitled to by getting in touch with our advisors today on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or contact us online and we’ll be happy to help. We will be able to give you an indication of the potential value of your claim. However, if you want to get an estimated settlement figure before you contact us, you can always use our interactive compensation calculator to find out how much compensation you might be entitled to.
How Long Do I Have To Claim Compensation For Accidents At Work?
In the UK, the standard time limit within which an accident at work claim can be filed is 3 years. If legal proceedings are not started within 3 years, the case is considered time barred and you are no longer entitled to claim for compensation. The 3-year deadline starts either from the date that the accident happened or from the date when it was established that your injury was directly/indirectly linked to the original accident, which is also known as ‘date of knowledge’.
The golden advice is always to start thinking about making an accident at work compensation claim as soon as after the actual incident takes place. Events will still be fresh in your mind, evidences are easier to collect and a stronger compensation case more likely to be built.
Therefore, the sooner you speak to a team of personal injury solicitors, the better. If you have questions or concerns about the time limits, please call us for a free and confidential consultation on Freephone 01772 25 22 22.
For a free consultation about an accident at work compensation claim, call our No Win No Fee personal injury solicitors on Freephone 01772 25 22 22 or start your claim online and we will call you.
When you contact us, you don't have to start your accident at work claim for compensation process immediately. Therefore, if you're unsure whether you're ready to step on the first stages of your compensation claim, or whether your accident was caused because of someone else's fault, Turner White Solicitors can provide you the necessary guidance and suggestion you need to establish your claim and know that we will not force you to start a claim.