Accidents at work

If you have suffered from an accident at work because your employer has failed to protect you from injury, then you could be entitled to compensation. Our expert personal injury team can quickly advise you on whether your compensation claim is likely to succeed.

We have a wealth of experience dealing with personal injury cases that happen in the workplace, from burns to brain and spinal injuries, and understand the sensitivity of these situations. Our main focus is to get you the compensation you deserve as quickly as possible so you can start focusing on your future.

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We appreciate how stressful it can be if you have been injured in an accident at work. You may not know your legal rights, or you could feel uneasy about the legal process, the expense or even the complicated language and terms that solicitors use.

We have created information pages on the many types of workplace accidents we regularly deal with. We explain how we can help you, what you need to consider, what your funding options are and what you can do next.

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Fall from height injury claims

Working at height is particularly dangerous and whether you’re working in a harness hundreds of feet above ground, or simply standing on something to change a light bulb, there is always a risk of injury caused by falling.

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Manual handling injury claims

Manually moving large or heavy items in the workplace without the right training or equipment can lead to damage of the joints or other tissues in the upper/lower limbs or the back. Unfortunately, despite the best preventative measures, injuries through manual handling can still happen.

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Workplace accident injury claims

You expect your workplace to be a safe environment to do your job, but accidents can unfortunately happen. Slips, trips and falling objects are obvious dangers in the workplace; however accidents often happen due to a lack of safety equipment, faulty machinery or inadequate training.

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