Industrial injury claims
There is no need to suffer in silence if either you or a loved one has fallen victim to injury, after being involved in an industrial accident at work.
The personal injury experts here at your Accident at Work claims are devoted to helping those who have suffered following workplace accidents, and we may be able to help you too. Quickly discover whether or not you can make a claim by clicking here.
Are you eligible to make an industrial injury claim?
Worryingly even though they are not liable for the injuries they have suffered, many workers are not aware that they can make a claim for compensation after suffering an accident at work.
Over the years, our legal specialists have dealt with numerous different types of industrial workplace incidents, which have unfortunately resulted in injury.
Even though health and safety standards at work have vastly improved in recent times, our legal experts still hear of varying industrial accidents on a regular basis, such as:
- Forklift truck accidents
- Heavy lifting accidents
- Trips, slips and falls
- Accidents involving heavy machinery
- Illness or injury caused by hazardous substances
If you have suffered because of being involved in an incident such as those listed above through no fault of your own, then the legal team at Your Accident at Work Claims may be able to assist you in securing justice via a successful accident at work claim.
To talk directly to one of our litigation experts and quickly find out if you are entitled to make a claim, call Your Accident at Work Claims now on 0800 01 54321.
How to act if you have suffered an industrial injury at work
If you think that you may be eligible to make a claim after suffering from an industrial workplace accident, then there are some vital steps that you can take to ensure that you have the greatest possible chance of securing compensation.
Firstly it’s important that you report the accident to your manager and Human Resources department, so that the incident can be logged in the suitable documentation.
By doing this, you will be able to use these reports as evidence to support your claim further down the line, and the correct precautionary measures can be implemented by your employer to make certain that similar accidents do not occur in the future.
Furthermore, it is also beneficial to gather other forms of evidence that can potentially help boost the chances of your claim being successful.
Other evidentiary items can include photos and videos of the scene of the accident or the injury itself, medical reports and witness statements from any co-workers who were present when the incident occurred.
Finally, it is crucial that you instruct a legal specialist to handle your case.
Often workers are left undercompensated after suffering from industrial accidents at work, after accepting under value compensation packages that are offered to them by their employers.
However by getting in touch with a legal specialist, you can be given peace of mind knowing that an experienced solicitor will be devoted to ensuring that you claw back the maximum amount in compensation that you deserve.
Contact the legal experts now and launch your claim
At Your Accident at Work Claims, our highly qualified legal team have an unrivalled success rate and are on hand to guide you through the process of making an accident at work claim.
To get your industrial claim on track today, call our experienced personal injury team now on 0800 01 54321.
Or if you can’t speak to us over the phone at the moment, you can also quickly launch your claim by answering a few questions and starting your claim online.