The personal injury solicitors at Lanyon Bowdler are thoroughly experienced when it comes to successfully claiming compensation for individuals who have suffered serious accidents at work.
We are happy to provide an initial assessment of your work accident claim’s chances of success, and will be available for professional, friendly legal advice throughout the course of your compensation claim, should you choose to proceed.
To arrange for an initial consultation call 0800 954 9935 ANYTIME or complete our enquiry form.
Your Employer’s Responsibilities
Your employer has a legal responsibility to keep you safe and sound whilst you’re at work; no matter where you work, this means they must:
- Provide competent staff
- Provide adequate plant
- Ensure a safe system of work
In addition to these responsibilities, there is a great deal of legislation in place intended to protect you, the employee, during the course of your day-to-day employment. Nonetheless, accidents at work still happen due to the negligence of other people.
Common Work Accidents
Unfortunately, work accidents are a common occurrence in the UK. Some of the most common compensation claims for accidents at work involve:
- Slips, trips and falls
- Repetitive strain injury
- Head injuries
- Back and neck injuries
If you have been affected by any of the above injuries as a result of a work accident that was not your fault, you may be eligible to claim compensation, intended to help you pay for rehabilitation costs, medical fees and bills incurred during a period spent out of work.
Contact Lanyon Bowdler
We understand that it can be awkward to claim compensation for an accident at work, particularly if you are still an employee at the business where the accident occurred. We would like to reassure you that we are thoroughly experienced in dealing with these kinds of issues for our clients, and will be on hand to guide you through every step of the claims process.
For a free consultation call 0800 954 9935 ANYTIME or complete our enquiry form.
Claimant Seriously Injured at Work Awarded £1 Million