If you have been in an accident at work that has caused injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Our expert solicitors work on a no win no fee basis.
SOLVING PERSONAL LEGAL MATTERS
At Forbes Solicitors we offer free consultations to people who have been in an accident at work and sustained a personal injury. Our Personal Injury Solicitors work on a No Win No Fee basis to recover compensation for work accident victims whether they were employed, self employed or just visiting a business at the time of the accident.
If you or a member of your family were injured in a workplace accident, or suffered due to a health and safety hazard that was caused by the fault of another person or an employer, please contact us for a free consultation with a specialist work accident Lawyer.
UK employers have a duty of care to ensure that their work environment meets minimum safety standards. You may have been provided with faulty equipment to work with or you may not have received adequate training for your job. If you have sustained an injury that could otherwise have been prevented you can claim compensation by contacting our Work Accident Solicitors.
Employers must have insurance cover for these types of accidents and injuries and they have to keep your job open for you. If you decide to claim compensation for your injuries the employer is not allowed to treat you in a way that is different than if you had not claimed for the accident.
Forbes Solicitors has a team of specialist Employers Liability Lawyers dealing with compensation claims representing the employees of all types of companies ranging from small business through to large multinational companies.
To find out if you can claim compensation contact us today for a free consultation.
The claimant was driving a fork lift truck during the course of their employment when it was involved in a collision with another fork lift truck. The claimant sustained injuries to the neck, shoulder and experienced psychological upset. The claimant alleged the defendant was negligent and in breach of the health and safety at work regulations. Liability was admitted by the defendant. Recovery period was 18 months. Damages were awarded at £7000.
The claimant was working as a carer using a hoist to move a service user when they sustained a groin injury and subsequently a fractured wrist as a result of the leg giving way. The recovery period was 18 to 24 months. The claimant alleged a breach of the manual handling and defective equipment regulations. Liability was denied. The case settled shortly before trial. Damages were awarded at £9450.