Brian Morton & Co. Solicitors РWorkplace Injury Solicitors

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Employers are legally obliged to provide a safe and secure workplace and see that proper health and safety procedures are followed. They must ensure that employees are correctly trained, equipment is well maintained and fit for purpose and that work areas are safe.

People are often anxious about making work-accident claims because of a fear of losing their job or negatively affecting a working relationship with their employer. Employees cannot be dismissed or treated differently where they bring a lawful claim.

Often injuries sustained at work mean that an employee is unable to work for a period. Some employers will guarantee that an employee receives full pay while absent but others will not do so. An employee is entitled to recover any loss of earnings and expenses as part of a claim for personal injuries sustained in the workplace.

If you have suffered a workplace accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to reasonable compensation for your injuries, and the pain and suffering caused.

Common workplace injuries include:

  • Industrial accidents
  • Factory accidents
  • Exposure to toxins
  • Exposure to loud noise
  • Slips, trips and falls
  • Falling objects
  • Manual handling accidents

You may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering for both the initial injury and for ongoing disability. Additional compensation may be sought for any disadvantage on the labour market caused by permanent injury. Other financial losses resulting from a workplace injury that may be claimed include:

  • special care aids and equipment
  • adapted transport
  • prescription charges and medical fees
  • travelling expenses
  • cost of care and assistance
  • adapted accommodation
  • costs of assistance for household chore

Contact Brian Morton & Co. Solicitors to speak with a personal-injury solicitor.

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