Accident At Work
If you have been involved in an accident whilst at work you may be entitled to compensation.
An employer is under a duty to provide an employee with a safe place of work, a safe system of working and safe work equipment. Accidents often occur in the workplace as a result of the employer’s failure to comply with this duty.
Our Solicitors have expertise in accidents that occur in the workplace and in-depth knowledge of the regulations governing the workplace and principles that apply. The need for expertise on the part of Solicitors in employment claims is essential to success and we will ensure that you recover the compensation you are entitled to.
The types of accident at work cases we regularly deal with are as follows:
- Slips and trips on even surfaces, spillages and debris
- Inadequate or poorly maintained work equipment
- Injuries caused by lifting, pulling and pushing
- Injuries caused by inadequate protective equipment
- Injuries caused by a work colleague, intentionally or recklessly
- Injuries caused by violent patients or customers
- Injuries caused by inadequate training
We understand that making a claim against your employer may be a concern. However, an employer will have an insurance policy to cover claims for injuries pursued by employees and therefore any compensation recovered will be paid by the insurer and not the employer.
If you have been injured in an accident at work then simply call us or complete the form below and we will give you an honest, obligation free assessment of your claim.
We understand that following an injury life can be difficult as often you have suffered not just physically, but financially too. Dorians have a dedicated and experienced team to help people like you claim the compensation you are entitled to.
Our solicitors will provide a free legal assessment and pursue an accident or personal injury claim for you on a no win, no fee basis. We have successfully pursued thousands of claims on behalf of our clients and our expertise will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation for your injuries and losses.