You may be worried about making a claim against your employer for compensation. Remember, they have a legal duty to keep you safe at work and to provide appropriate health and safety training and equipment. Plus, your employer must have compulsory insurance to pay your compensation if your claim is successful.
Manual handling such as lifting, pulling and pushing can cause back, neck, shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist and hand injuries. Falls from height, or being hit by a moving vehicle or piece of machinery, can cause more serious injuries and is responsible for over half of all fatal injuries to workers.
How Tollers can help with your accident at work claim
Our friendly Personal Injury experts will explain the claims process and what needs to be done to make a successful accident at work claim. Your claim will be for compensation for injury and may include additional funds to cover private medical treatment or professional care, aids and equipment to improve your quality of life, adaptations to your home, and loss of income. We may even be able to help you secure interim payments so you can arrange some of these things sooner rather than later.
Your accident at work claim
We will listen to your story in full and ask you to tell us what you want to achieve in a claim before we advise you on your chances of success. Then we’ll explain everything clearly before we proceed and our Personal Injury experts will apply their expertise to ensure you get the best result with minimum fuss. If we believe your claim has a reasonable chance of success, we can work on a risk-free ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.
To talk to Tollers about a claim relating to an accident at work, get in touch.