You can claim compensation for a work accident injury whether you were working as a full time or part time employee, a temporary worker, a self-employed contractor or if you were just visiting a business at the time of the accident.
Employers are required by law to have valid Employers Liability insurance cover to protect people from workplace accidents. In most work accident claims the case for compensation is brought against the Employers’ Liability insurance company, and not the employer.
How to Claim Work Accident Compensation
First we need to know some important details about your accident at work, such as where and how the accident happened; and about your personal injuries.
If you received any medical treatment or there were any witnesses to the accident, particularly from work colleagues, we’ll ask for these details along with copies of any photos that were taken relating to the accident.
A No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Solicitor that specialises in accident at work claims will review your case based on the details you provide, and we can assess how successful your work accident claim is likely to be.
If you require medical treatments and/or rehabilitation support after a work accident it’s vital to contact us immediately so we can assist with your rehabilitation as soon as possible.
Call us for a free consultation and we’ll be happy to help you.