Workplace injury solicitors
The workplace should always be a safe environment. That’s why when an accident occurs at work, you might think that more could have been done to prevent it. You wouldn’t be alone. Each year, many clients come to us with minor to serious injuries that they sustained in the workplace, looking to make a claim against their employer.
It’s not an ideal situation; but at Talbots Law, we understand how crucial a role compensation can play in a person’s recovery. Therefore, we’ll do everything in our power to secure it for our clients to help you get your life back on track.
Workplace injuries are not only unexpected, but they can also be costly. When a severe injury puts you out of work for a long period of time, the loss of income could have a significant impact in your life. That’s why it’s our job to thoroughly investigate your claim to discover whether your employer was at fault, failing to adhere to health and safety practices. Where there is evidence to suggest their liability, our workplace injury solicitors won’t hesitate in taking action to secure compensation for you as a client. From slips, trips and falls to life-changing injuries involving machinery, each new claim deserves care and compassion.
When you instruct Talbots Law to help build your claim, that’s exactly what you’ll get.
Why choose Talbots Law workplace injury solicitors?
For every workplace injury claim that we’ve handled at Talbots Law, we’ve given our all to ensure our clients are compensated for their suffering. It may be an uncomfortable situation; and many of our clients who have claimed against their employer wished to stay in employment and sustain a professional working relationship with their company. That’s what we do best: handle a claim with delicacy and determination, achieving a settlement through strong case-building and skillful negotiation. That way, you can begin to rebuild your life after an agreement has been reached. As lawyers, it’s our job to act fairly. So, when we recognise that your employer is at fault for an injury you sustained while simply doing your job, we think they should too. Throughout the process, we’ll keep you informed about each new development and explain your options with clarity as the case proceeds. We’re by your side, every step of the way.
How much compensation can I claim for a machine related accident?
Machinery at work is inherently dangerous, and leads to the serious injuries of many innocent workers every year in the United Kingdom. Machine related compensation in workplace injury claims can vary in amount, depending on the severity of your injury. When you instruct the workplace injury solicitors at Talbots Law, we’ll provide an early estimation of the amount of compensation we believe will be awarded to you if our claim is successful.
What type of workplace injuries can I claim compensation for?
Employers have a responsibility of ensuring that health and safety procedures are carried out within the workplace to maintain the wellbeing of all employees. However, as specialists in this area of law, we know that many of our clients have experienced an accident in the workplace that has led to a serious injury. Luckily, we have managed to secure compensation for our clients who have experienced the following at work:
- A slip, trip or fall
- Dangerous practices in the workplace
- Defective equipment
- Dangerous machinery
- Toxic substances
- Falling object
- Non-adherence to Health & Safety regulations
- Insufficient or improper training
- Assault at work
- Negligence of co-workers
- Accident while operating a forklift or crane
- Faulty lifting and manual handling practices
- Industrial diseases
If you wish to bring a claim against your employer, you can count on the workplace injury solicitors at Talbots Law to provide strategic advice and build a strong claim for the compensation you deserve. Call us on 0800 118 1500 to get started on your claim today.
- Bryan Colley
- Director of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
- 07817 426073
- Hollie North
- Personal Injury Executive
For more information please contact us