Industrial accidents and injuries

Hundreds of people every year suffer injuries in industrial accidents, and many of these individuals could be eligible to make a compensation claim against their employers.

Employers have a duty of care towards their staff, and if any workers sustain injuries due to employer negligence they should contact a solicitor for legal advice and representation.

Here at YouClaim we’ve dealt with industrial injury claims for over 10 years, and have a great amount of experience in resolving these sorts of claims for our clients. We can secure compensation for you if you have a case, so don't hesitate; pick up the phone and call us today on 0800 10 757 95 to begin your claim for the compensation you deserve.

Employer Responsibilities

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is an independent organisation which acts in the interest of the general public to reduce the number of work accidents and illnesses which are suffered annually.

Conducting inspections of workplaces, it hands warnings to some so that they may improve, and prosecutes and fines those firms which have been given a chance to improve and have failed to do so.

The risk of losing money in the form of a fine, or having their workplace shut down, makes it more beneficial for companies to have a good safety record.

However if they fail to keep you safe and you suffer from an accident, you can claim compensation for your injuries.

Types of injury

Industrial injuries are generally classified as minor, moderate or serious. Those suffering minor injuries will make a full recovery and will not require much rehabilitation time. Moderate and more serious injuries often have long-term effects and could include:

  • Fractures and limb breaks
  • Head injuries
  • Falls from height
  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Amputation injuries

Making a claim

If you or a member of your family has suffered injuries due to an industrial accident, you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.

Contact one of our expert legal advisers on 0800 10 757 95 or via our mobile-friendly number 0333 240 0871 to find out whether you have a viable case. You can also start your claim by clicking on the banner below.

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