If you have been injured in an accident at work you may feel reluctant to make a compensation claim against your employer so you don't sour your relationship with them, but you have the legal right to do so. No matter what your job is, your employer has a duty to protect you against injury. They are required by law to take steps to prevent any reasonably foreseeable accidents or injuries. If they fail to do this and you are injured as a result, then you are entitled to make an accident at work compensation claim against them.
We appreciate that the days and weeks following a work accident can be stressful but following the below advice can help to boost the chances of making a successful claim. You should:
Depending on what line of work you are in, there are many different kinds of accidents that can happen in the workplace. Select the most relevant type of injury from the below list to find out how we can help you in more detail, or find your job type under "Workplaces and Professions":
Get in touch with YouClaim to make a no win no fee workplace accident compensation claim today. Our expert solicitors can offer you advice and take you through every step of the claim. Contact us by calling 0800 10 757 95 or filling in our online form.
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