Back injury compensation claims
If you have been unfortunate to suffer a back injury at work that wasn’t your fault, providing that the incident has happened within the last three years then our dedicated legal team could help you secure thousands of pounds in compensation.
Find out if you can make an accident at work claim by providing us with a few quick details and starting your claim online.
How the legal experts at Your Accident at Work Claims can help you
At Your Accident at Work Claims our dedicated solicitors understand just how distressing it can be to suffer a back injury at work, which is why client care is at the heart of everything we do.
Our specialist solicitors have gained a wealth of experience helping people receive the maximum compensation they deserve after suffering a back injury and are on hand to help you if you have suffered from a similar fate.
If you would like us to help you receive the compensation that you deserve for both the injuries you have suffered, and any additional financial losses your accident has caused, then call our dedicated personal injury helpline today on 0800 01 54321.
How much could your back injury at work claim be worth?
As with most personal injuries, the amount of compensation you are entitled to will vary depending on your individual circumstances.
We understand that suffering a back injury at work can have a significant impact on your everyday life. That is why the specialist solicitors at Your Accident at Work Claims will be on your side to help you receive compensation for the full impact of your back injury.
If you’re wondering how much you could be entitled in general damages for the injury that you have sustained as a result of a workplace accident, then check out our interactive claim calculator to estimate the value of your claim by clicking here.
In addition to the compensation that you are entitled to for your injury, we will also take into account any consequential losses that you could be entitled to for reasonable expenses that you may have incurred.
This can cover:
- Any loss of earnings incurred due to injury-related absence;
- Any future of loss of income should your ability to work alter;
- The costs of any care or assistance you received;
- Any adaptations you have made or will need to make to your home or car as a result of your injuries;
- Any medical or travel expenses you have incurred or are likely to incur in the future.
For more information on the settlements that you could be entitled to following a workplace accident, you can quickly contact our team today by completing our online enquiry form.
Why choose Your Accident at Work Claims to handle your back injury claim?
By choosing industry leaders Your Accident at Work Claims, you will have peace of mind that a devoted accident at work solicitor will be by your side throughout the entirety of your claim.
Your solicitor will be on hand to talk you through the process of making a claim and answer any questions you may have along the way.
With over 30 years’ combined experience in personal injury claims, our experts will strive to achieve the best possible outcome for your claim, as quickly as possible.
In addition to this all claims that we handle are done on a no win no fee basis, meaning that you will be at no financial risk throughout the entirety of your claim, whatever the result.*
Make a claim with confidence today
If you have fallen victim to a back injury following a workplace accident that has occurred within the last three years, then get in touch with the Your Accident at Work Claims team today to discover how much your claim is worth.
To directly speak to one of our specialist solicitors about how we can help you, just give our friendly and knowledgeable legal team a call now on 0800 01 54321.
Or, if you don’t have time to talk to us over the phone right now, you can start your claim online byÂ heading over to our online enquiry form.
*Provided that you comply with your responsibilities under the terms of our Conditional Fee Agreement and unless the court make a finding of Fundamental Dishonesty and you lose QOCS protection (based on the current 14th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines).