Industrial illnesses, accidents at work, slips and trips and other falls you encounter in the office or workplace can all be detrimental to your lifestyle. In many cases, you will find that a personal injury at work will make you eligible for accidents at work compensation, these include physical injuries (such as broken bones) or those relating to trauma and mental health problems.
How our team can help you
Here at TDP, our experienced solicitors work on your behalf to claim any compensation that can pay for medical expenses, rehabilitation, and therapy services. Accidents at work compensation is one of the most claimed for personal injury claims. This is because your employer has a duty of care to ensure your safety, and once your safety is breached, you are entitled to make a claim against them. This can be a daunting process, but we can guide you along the way, ensuring you get the most money for your injury, allowing you to pay for medical expenses and more.
Accidents at work can be confusing and upsetting. If your personal injury was caused by another member of staff, via faulty machinery, slippery floors, or in another way, your employer owes you a duty care. Although it can be a daunting prospect to claim from your employer, you are entitled to compensation if you have been injured in their work place. You are also entitled to medical support, therapy , and other related services. If you need specialist care, we can help to put you in contact with companies and individuals who can help.
What to do after an accident at work
The first thing you should do after an accident is inform your employer. It is their responsibility to report accidents, pay you any sick pay, and give you time off work should you need it. You must also ensure that the accident book is filled it after the accident. All employees must have an accident book. This is mainly for the benefit of employees, as records can assist them in making a claim should they wish to do so.
If you wish to make an accident at work compensation claim, you can call us and speak to one of our specialist solicitors. From here, we will be able to assist you in making a claim. We understand that making a claim against your employer can be difficult, confusing and upsetting, but we will be with you every step of the way to ensure you’re comfortable and that you understand every process.
When you visit our Liverpool office, one of our staff members will be able to talk through your needs with you, and make sure you’re comfortable. From there, we will be able to take your claim to the next level. To find out more on our services, give us a call directly on 0151 242 511.