Types of Accidents
As on all of our cases we act on a NO WIN NO FEE basis which allows us to offer you the best possible service whilst also giving you peace of mind.
Even if you are self-employed or working through an agency the company you are working for may still have a duty of care towards you.
On top of any physical injuries you can also claim for loss of earnings. If proved, this can provide you with recompense for the period you have had off following the accident. This loss can cause great hardship sometimes above that of the physical injuries and therefore we take great care when looking into these.
How We Can Help
Our committed team of specialists will guide you through every step of the process providing you with honest advice and realistic outcomes to expect on your case. Our team are experts in personal injury and we have been helping people for 30 years. We have a proven track record in obtaining excellent results for our clients.
We also understand the mental, financial and physical difficulty you may be suffering with and will do our utmost to support you throughout the case.
What to do when you have had an accident at work
Remember to record your accident with your employer explaining the exact circumstances and the mechanics of the accident (how the accident physically occurred). This is extremely important when it comes to proving what happened in the accident.
Get the details of any co-workers or other individuals that witnessed your accident.
If appropriate obtain photographs of the accident location showing where the accident occurred.
Call us and explain any issues that you have with your employer and we can advise accordingly.