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All employers have a legal responsibility to provide a safe working environment for their staff. If you have sustained an injury at work due to an accident that wasn’t your fault you may be entitled to compensation.
There’s an element of risk in most workplaces, from obviously dangerous environments like factories and farms to places with less obvious risks, such as offices and retail stores. If your employer fails to provide you with suitable equipment or training, or asks you to carry out tasks for which you are not trained, and you are injured, you could make a claim.
All employers have a legal responsibility to provide a safe working environment for their staff. If you have been injured at work in an accident that wasn’t your fault you may be entitled to compensation.
No matter where you work and in what sector your employer has a legal responsibility to keep you safe. All employers should put health and safety guidelines in place, and should have comprehensive systems to identify and minimise potential risk.
If a failure by your employer to properly assess risk or to provide you with the right equipment to do your job has led to an injury, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Our team has handled claims for:
We’ve helped hundreds of people get the compensation they deserve - compensation which is vital to keep them afloat should they need time off work to recover from an accident and lose wages in the process.
Our lawyers have the experience, knowledge and confidence to make a claim for your work accident, no matter where it occurred. We’ve taken on all kinds of cases, from simple sprains and breaks to serious cases involving long-term injuries and comprehensive rehabilitation.
For more information about making a claim for an injury at work, call Ramsdens Solicitors now on 0800 8047 450, text CLAIMS to 80988 or submit your claim online and our team will be able to offer expert advice and practical support - it’s free and you’ll be able to discuss your situation with a specialist claims solicitor.