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Injured at Work UK Claims Lawyers

The Compensation Experts are one of the leading injured at work UK claims lawyers. Our panel of personal injury solicitors successfully represents clients around the country, making successful accident at work compensation claims that help get their lives back on track.

Contact The Compensation Experts if you have been hurt in an accident at work you believe was caused, at least in part, by employer negligence. UK legislation is very clear that employees have the right to work in a safe environment. If you are injured because they failed in their duty of care towards you, you may be entitled to claim workplace injury compensation.

Workplace Injury Claims

We work with lawyers who specialise in all areas of personal injury claims, including compensation for injuries at work. There are various laws which outline employer responsibility for workplace safety, the most significant of which is the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Businesses do not want to hurt their employees, but sometimes they can put their safety at risk by trying to gain in areas of profits and productivity. This sort of corner cutting can include:

  • Inadequate maintenance of machinery, or using machinery for a purpose other than which it was designed
  • Insufficient employee training regarding the risks associated with their work and how to manage these, as well as how to use tools and machinery correctly. Sometimes the training is delivered, but by someone who is not skilled or experienced enough to do so adequately.
  • Not carrying out necessary risk assessments, or not involving the input of affected staff in these evaluations. It is far more effective to do a risk assessment with a person who has first-hand experience of the processes and techniques being examined than it is to have an external assessor provide a report on a company or practices they are unfamiliar with.
  • Lack of appropriate safety equipment, both for employees and machines.

The following examples are all typical of situations which can lead to people being entitled to claim work injury compensation for being injured at work.

  • Chemicals are stored and used in a room which normally has an adequate air filtration system. The annual check of the system is postponed as a cost-cutting measure and subsequently breaks down. In the days while waiting for an engineer, employees are instructed to keep the door open while working in the room, but this information is not clearly disseminated to staff on all shifts which leads to an employee closing the door (as normal) and subsequently suffering from chemical poisoning through inhalation. On its own, the poisoning would only cause temporary dizziness, nausea and a headache. Unfortunately, this employee fainted and hit their head which resulted in a concussion.
  • Staff in a care home are required to move those patients with limited mobility both to assist them with tasks like getting dressed or moving from their bed to a wheelchair, and to prevent pressure sores and ulcers from forming. The care home’s management reduced the number of people working on night shift, on the basis that patients do not usually need to be moved at night. Where there would previously have been two people to assist larger patients, there is now only one. A patient required lifting during a night shift and a new employee, who had not received adequate training regarding manual handling, attempted to do it on their own, resulting in a herniated disc. Although the claimant was found to have a slightly degenerated disc, an independent medical expert report showed they would not have suffered such a painful injury had they known how to lift safely.
  • A chef slipped on a wet floor and broke two bones in their arm. During their recovery time, when they were unable to work, they developed a potentially life-threatening blood clot that further delayed their return to work. Although the claimant eventually made a full recovery and was able to go back to work, they had lost a significant amount of their household income due to only receiving statutory sick pay (SSP) for this period. They had also incurred additional expenses due to not being able to drive, necessitating taxi and train fares to get themselves and their children around, and having to make several hospital visits.

You can see from these examples how an accident can easily happen in any workplace when employers do not put adequate training and procedures in place or do not monitor staff to ensure dangerous corners are not being cut.

Other types of workers’ compensation injury claims include:

  • Being hit by a moving or falling object, or being pushed against a stationary object
  • Falling to a lower level from height, such as down stairs, off a ladder or from scaffolding
  • Being involved in a car accident if driving is part of your job
  • Accidents using machinery
  • Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) caused by carrying out the same motion repeatedly such as on an assembly line or using a keyboard.
  • Being a victim of workplace violence, particularly for first response workers like paramedics or police officers

No one understands UK workers’ compensation laws better than The Compensation Experts. We have the knowledge and experience to protect your rights. We will represent your best interests and negotiate on your behalf to ensure you receive maximum accident at work compensation for a workplace injury.

Help After an Accident at Work

Under UK laws, it is the responsibility of the claimant to prove not only that they were not a fault, but that their workplace accident was caused by a failing on their employer’s part. Finding this proof can take some time, which is why we always recommend you seek legal advice as soon as possible after your accident. It does not matter if you are still recovering or even if you decide not to pursue an injury at work compensation claim, but evidence such as witness accounts and photographs are far easier to obtain in the recent aftermath of your accident rather than months after the event.

Another reason to talk to us today is that there is a strict three-year time limit to bring a worker’s’ compensation claim to court. While we will always work our hardest to resolve your claim out of court, if the other party continues to deny liability or will not offer what we feel is an appropriate amount of compensation, we may recommend litigation. It can take many months to get to this point and several further months before being assigned a court date.

The statutory three-year limit starts from the day of your injury or the date your injury or workplace illness is linked to your working conditions. You can help make your claim a success by acting early and contacting The Compensation Experts. We offer a free, confidential, consultation with one of our knowledgeable legal advisors so you can ask any question you have about whether you are entitled to make a claim and the process to follow. This consultation is completely obligation free – if you decide you don’t want to pursue compensation for your injury, we will respect your decision.

Choosing the Right Workplace Injury Solicitor

Just as all workplace claims are different, so are workplace injury solicitors. The Compensation Experts partner with personal injury lawyers who specialise in your type of claim whether it’s a construction site injury or industrial asthma.

We work with solicitors who have a solid track record in successfully obtaining accident at work compensation for clients and who appreciate that there is a real person with a family and potential financial worries at the heart of every claim, not merely a number. You want a lawyer who has absolute belief that your claim is justified and has a high likelihood of success, and who is prepared to put their money where their mouth is by working on a No Win No Fee* agreement.


Industrial Injury and Accident Claims

Industrial injury and workplace accidents are both significant contributors to the number of workers’ compensation claims processed in the UK every year. Your employer has a duty of care to make your working environment as safe as possible. If you have been hurt or fallen ill due to poor working conditions, talk to us at The Compensation Experts so that you can collect the industrial injury compensation you deserve. Our team of solicitors have the skill and experience necessary to help you make a successful industrial injury claim or accident at work claim.

What is Industrial Disease?

There is a broad range of conditions that can be classed as an industrial disease. Some of the more typical cases we handle as workers’ compensation solicitors include:

Asbestosis and Asbestos Mesothelioma

The health risks associated with asbestos are widely known and documented now but, decades ago when it was a commonly used building material, employees were exposed to unacceptable levels of risk without being informed of the dangers or provided with adequate protection. Asbestosis and Asbestos Mesothelioma are potentially fatal industrial injuries where victims, or their next of kin if they are deceased, can claim industrial injuries compensation even decades after unprotected contact with asbestos.

Get in touch to make a claim if your asbestos-related disease was diagnosed within the last 3 years. Or, in the case of somebody who has passed away from an asbestos-related disease – which they did not know about, or having been diagnosed did not survive three years, a fresh three year period will commence on the date of their death.

Vibration White Finger

Vibration White Finger (VWF), also commonly known as Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS), is an industrial injury affecting thousands of workers throughout the UK. VWF affects blood circulation and impacts the blood vessels, muscles, nerves and joints of the hand, wrist and arm. It is triggered by the continuous use of vibrating hand-held machinery and tools.

People who suffer from VFW often complain of tingling whiteness or numbness in the fingers. As the condition worsens, the whole finger, down to the knuckle, may lose feeling and become white. Exposure to cold temperatures usually triggers symptoms.

Have you regularly used vibratory tools, equipment or machinery and been diagnosed with the above symptoms in the last 3 years? If so, get in touch today to discuss a claim for compensation.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a debilitating and painful condition which can have a hugely detrimental effect on the life of anyone affected by it. It impacts your wrists and hands, causing weakness, numbness and tingling. The pain and restriction of movement are caused by compression of the median nerve that travels through the wrist.

Workers most likely to suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome are those who operate vibrating tools or perform heavy lifting and repetitive hand movements for 5 or more years. Because the condition can be linked to vibratory tools, there is also a link with another condition known as hand-arm vibration syndrome. If vibration causes carpal tunnel, it is also referred to as ‘vibration induced carpal tunnel syndrome.’

Your employer is responsible for reducing your risk of developing this work-related condition and should they fail to take appropriate action and you have been diagnosed within the last 3 years, get in contact to discuss a carpal tunnel compensation claim.

Industrial Dermatitis

Exposure to chemicals can cause the skin to become itchy and inflamed. Called industrial dermatitis or occupational dermatitis, it may result from damage caused by contact with hazardous chemicals (Irritant Contact Dermatitis), or by a sensitive reaction (Allergy Contact Dermatitis). Cleaners, hairdressers, hospital workers, and anyone who regularly comes into contact with chemicals like chlorine or pesticides are all susceptible to industrial dermatitis.

Symptoms of industrial dermatitis can include itching, swelling, blisters, flaky or dry skin, and a stinging or burning sensation on the skin that was affected by the chemical. It is usually a condition which can be easily treated and quickly cured, but when it does not, you may be entitled to claim work-related dermatitis compensation via an industrial injury claim.

Click here for a guide to industrial dermatitis.

Occupational Asthma

Asthma is not only a condition that develops in childhood. At The Compensation Experts, we have helped adults who have developed the injury in later life due to exposure to air contaminated by dust, dangerous fumes or gas in the course of doing their job. Symptoms of occupational asthma can include shortness of breath and the sensation that your chest is being squeezed, wheezing and coughing, and asthma attacks.

Work-aggravated asthma is a term used when existing asthma is made worse by someone’s job. Asthma UK estimates that up to 15 percent of the new diagnosis of asthma in adults are occupational asthma. Employees most often affected are bakers and cabinet makers who work in areas where there is a significant amount of flour or wood dust in the air, those who work with animals and agriculture, hairdressers, and people who work with metals or solder flux, such as those in the electronics manufacturing industry.

Occupational Stress

The Compensation Experts can help clients who are suffering from occupational stress. Stress and anxiety are, unfortunately, a part of the lives of many people. When a psychiatric injury can be proven to have resulted from excessive stress at work, a client may be entitled to claim compensation. Examples can include people who have struggled with excessive workloads over an extended period, being the victim of workplace bullying and harassment, or working in a naturally stressful environment, such as the police service, without adequate emotional care.

If you believe you are suffering from occupational stress, talk to The Compensation Experts today to see if you are entitled to industrial injuries compensation claims. Our legal advisors can help you determine whether you may be able to claim compensation successfully.

RSI – Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive Strain Injury, often referred to simply as RSI, is an injury that occurs carrying out the same activity or motion repeatedly over a prolonged period. It can happen as easily to those who use keyboards and computers as it can to people who work on a production line. RSI typically affects the upper body and can lead to pain in the neck, shoulders, arms, wrists, and hands.

Carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and bursitis, where there is swelling and inflammation of the tendons and muscles are examples of RSI. The condition can also cause pain but no visible symptoms and is sometimes called non-specific pain syndrome. Both types of RSI can have a debilitating effect on a sufferer, and where it can be proven the condition resulted from employer negligence, compensation may be paid.

Industrial Deafness

Work-related hearing loss is most common amongst clients who work in an industrial setting, in call centres and agriculture. Employers should ensure staff who work in a noisy environment have access to adequate protection. Their responsibility is clearly outlined in The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, so there is no reason for them not to follow defined Health and Safety procedures.

Industrial deafness can be caused by prolonged exposure to noises over 80 decibels or by a single exposure to a sudden loud (over 118 decibels) noise. This latter condition is typically referred to as acoustic shock or acoustic trauma and is particularly prevalent in industrial compensation claims from call centre workers who do not use a noise limiting headset.


Claiming Compensation for Industrial Injury or Industrial Accident

Nearly 40,000 accidents in the combined construction and manufacturing industries are reported to the Health and Safety Executive every year. The Compensation Experts can help you obtain maximum industrial injuries compensation where it is possible to prove your employer was negligent in either ensuring the safety of your workplace or giving you adequate safety equipment and training to ensure you could carry out your job in safety.

Get in touch today if you believe your industrial injury or workplace injury was avoidable. We can talk to you in detail about your particular circumstances, offering free no-obligation advice to let you know whether you may have grounds for a successful claim and whether it is in your best interest to do so.

As the claimant, it is your role to prove your accident was caused, or at least partially caused, by another person’s error. We will help you do that by thoroughly researching the circumstances around your injury and working environment, obtaining medical and industry expert reports if applicable, and contacting witnesses to help build a strong case to support your industrial injury claim. This evidence will be used not only to prove your entitlement to compensation but also to show the extent of your physical, emotional and financial suffering to ensure the amount you receive is fair.

Once they have looked through your claim request and carried out their investigation, your employer’s insurance company will either make an offer of compensation or deny liability. Offers at this stage are typically lower than would be considered acceptable based on previous claims that have settled recently. Our role here is to advise you whether an offer is good and, if you choose not to accept it, negotiate with the other party for maximum compensation.

Compensation amounts are not plucked out of thin air. They are calculated by looking at general and special damages. General damages take into account the physical or, in the case of workplace stress, psychological trauma you have suffered, including your prognosis for recovery. Special damages account for any financial expense caused by your accident including paying for prescriptions, obtaining reasonable private medical care, and the cost of any additional nursing or care support you have needed. You will need to prove all of these so make sure you keep every receipt. If you are not sure whether an expense is covered under special damages, ask your claims lawyer before spending the money.

General damages can also include wages lost while you have been recovering from an injury, while special damages may involve a prediction of lost earnings if your injury or injury is so severe you are unable to continue working in the same role as before your accident.

With the right legal support, the vast majority of industrial compensation claims are resolved without the need to go to court, saving claimants both money and time. If the other party refuse liability or you can’t agree on an acceptable amount of compensation we may recommend you submit your claim to court. This action needs to be taken within three years of the date of your injury or when your symptoms were linked to your job. Negotiations will continue even when a court date has been set, and it is not uncommon for an agreement to be reached hours before a claim is due to be heard in court.


Things to Consider When Claiming Industrial Injury Compensation

A compensation claim is not a simple process, though it can be made easier if you remember the following points.

  • Every employer should have a documented process for reporting accidents or industrial injury so report your condition as soon as possible and request a copy for your records.
  • Write down as much as you can recall about the environment that caused your accident or injury. Take pictures where applicable and take the names of anyone who witnessed your accident. We may contact them for a statement to help substantiate your claim.
  • Keep all your receipts, payslips, and details of any money you have to spend for anything related to your injury or injury as reasonable expenses can be included in your compensation payment.

Your lawyer can advise you whether an amount is fair or not but only you have the power to decide whether to accept it. Be aware that doing so is final. If your injury turns out to be worse than you initially thought, you can’t make a secondary claim. Expert legal advice is not to accept an offer without having a professional medical assessment and prognosis.

Talk to an experienced legal advisor before deciding whether or not to proceed with an industrial injury claim. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to answer any initial question you have about the process of making a claim and give you the information you need to make an informed choice about if and how to proceed.

At The Compensation Experts, we believe that professional legal representation should be available to everyone who needs it. That is why we offer a No Win No Fee* agreement to minimise any financial risk associated with making a claim.

Whatever you decide, you can trust that The Compensation Experts will do our best to help obtain the maximum compensation so you can move on from your accident and live the life you deserve.

Contact us today and ask how we can help you start your compensation claim.


Work Accident Claims

Due to injury at work law, your employer has a legal and moral duty to keep you safe while you are at work. Injuring yourself in the course of your job through no fault of your own just should not happen. Not only is it distressing physically, but it can also cause you to incur lost income and possibly face the expense of medical treatment and rehabilitation costs. Work related accidents can have lasting consequences on your life and that of your dependents.

The accident at work solicitors we work with at The Compensation Experts achieve great success with work accident claims. We offer a No Win No Fee* contract which removes the financial risk of paying legal fees without guarantee of obtaining compensation. Contact our advisors today to find out whether you are entitled to make a claim and how to proceed with reporting accidents at work.


Compensation Claims for Work Accidents

The personal injury lawyers we work with specialise in accident at work claims. Our advisors will talk to you about your experience and assess the potential for your claim to succeed based on the information you provide. We will match you with the solicitor who best suits your needs so that they can do all they can to ensure your claim is resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible.

When it comes to work related injuries, we always urge clients to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Not only does this make it easier to collect information necessary to prove your claim, but it may also mean that you can access important rehabilitation treatment sooner than you would be able to without compensation payment.

Even if you are unsure whether you are ready to make a claim, contact The Compensation Experts for a free, no obligation talk, so that they can offer you accident at work advice.

Workplace Accident Compensation FAQ

If you have been hurt in an accident at work that you can prove was caused, at least in part, by employer negligence, you may be entitled to claim workplace injury compensation.

Though there is a strict time limit for starting an application, there is no legally defined limit by which it must conclude. As a general rule, the less complicated your injury and prognosis is, and the sooner you act, the faster your claim will be. Some unscrupulous insurance companies will try to drag proceedings out to put you under financial pressure with the hope you will, therefore, accept a lower offer. We are wise to their ways and can use the courts and law to help prevent this if it does occur.

As with time, it is not possible to state upfront how much work injury compensation you will receive. Accident at work compensation amounts vary, because no case is the same. Once your lawyer has spent time investigating your case, they will be able to give you a good estimate and will let you know what they consider to be an appropriate offer.

In addition to considering the nature and extent of your injuries and the impact they have had on your life, compensation is calculated using the Judicial College Guidelines. For example, slight hearing loss or tinnitus may receive up to £5,000 compensation, while the total loss of hearing in one year could warrant payment for damages of up to £34,000. Claimants suffering from a minor neck injury may receive between £300 and £1,800, while a neck injury that may take up to two years to recover from could be worth between £3,000 and £6,000.

Work injury compensation can be paid for general damages, such as pain and suffering, and special damages. Special damages cover any financial expense that has resulted from your accident like lost wages, medical expenses and the cost of any prescriptions. Keep records of anything you have spent which you would not have had to pay for had you not been injured, as these receipts will support your claim.

You are within your legal rights to claim compensation if you have been hurt in an accident at work. It is illegal for your employer to discriminate against you in any way for exercising your legal rights.

Compensation is not paid from your employer’s pocket, but by their insurance company, so their only financial penalty may be an increase in their insurance premiums. Every employer in the UK is, by law, required to have Employers’ Liability Insurance to cover compensation payments for incidents like yours.

If your employer does make your life difficult for you at work after your accident, keep notes of any incidents and seek legal advice.

Even if you signed a document stating you understood the risks associated with your job, that does not excuse your employer if their negligence led to their accident. Some accidents happen through mere misfortune – we understand that – however, when it can be proven your employer failed in their duty of care to take all reasonable steps to minimise risk, they are still at fault.

No Win No Fee agreements work by minimising any financial risk associated with making an injury at work compensation claim for the client. If you do not receive any compensation, you do not have to pay your legal fees. There may be some minor expenses, for example, if you are requested to obtain an independent medical assessment of your injury, but you will not have to pay your solicitor’s costs.

If you win compensation (and a lawyer will typically only take a case on a no win no fee basis if they believe there is a very strong likelihood that it will) you will pay your solicitor a fee that is an agreed percentage of your compensation. We will go through all this in detail with you before you decide whether to proceed with your claim.

Contact The Compensation Experts today to start your claim.

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If you have had an accident at work and are unaware of your rights, looking towards professional accident at work solicitors can ensure they put forward a case so that you do not have to suffer physically and mentally. If your injury is due to an employer’s negligence, you should take legal advice as soon as possible, so that you can collect the relevant evidence and build a compelling case. You should remember that, if you were not to blame, you have the right to make a workplace injury claim.

You can suffer any injury at work, ranging from repetitive strain injury to severe brain injury, or even death. Some of the more frequent reasons clients contact The Compensation Experts include:

Industrial accidents, including crushed limbs
Slips, trips and falls
Falling from ladders, scaffolding, roofs, or other places at height
Muscular strain from incorrect lifting
Repetitive strain injury
Industrial deafness
Eye strain and headaches
Chemical burns

This example is a good representation of the types of the accident at work claims we hear at The Compensation Experts. As part of his job, a man was requested to help demolish a building. He was asked to remove the supporting roof structures but did not have the correct training or knowledge to do this safely. His employer did also not undertake a risk assessment of the project. While removing the roof structure, the man had his arm crushed under a steel supporting beam, badly fracturing it and causing pain, nerve damage, and limited mobility in that limb two years later.

The case took nearly two years to resolve and his employer’s insurers settled just before it was due to go to court. The victim’s lawyers were able to obtain a significant payment in part because he sought legal advice early. His work accident lawyer guided him through the process of getting expert medical reports and assessments that proved the extent of the damage his accident caused.

If you have been hurt in an accident at work that was not your fault, or where you were not entirely responsible, talk to a legal advisor at The Compensation Experts. There is extensive legislation that has been put in place to protect workers in the UK. Whether you are the CEO of a blue chip organisation in the capital or a school cleaner, you are entitled to work in an environment where your employer has taken all reasonable precautions to minimise the risk of you receiving an injury in a workplace accident.

Accidents at work can relate to any event that causes an injury. Of all the accidents reported to the Health and Safety Executive in a year, nearly a quarter of them have an unknown cause. Of the rest, the most frequent causes are:

Slips, trips and falls
Being hit by a moving object
Manual lifting

Workplace injuries can range from broken fingers to lost limbs and even death. An example of a successful workplace injury compensation claim involved a woman struck by a stack of falling pallets. She suffered a back injury which took more than six months to heal and had to reduce her hours and responsibilities as a result, as her job involved spending a lot of time on her feet. Even before she contacted her compensation solicitor, she had received an offer of £2,000 compensation from her employer’s insurance company. They initially raised this to £4,000 after being approached by her lawyer, eventually settling out of court for nearly £10,000.

You may have grounds to make an industrial accident claim if you have been injured in the course of carrying out your regular, expected duty. Even if your actions caused the injury, if your employer has not provided adequate training or you do not have the correct tools or safety equipment, then they are liable for damages.

Typical examples of industrial compensation claims for industrial accidents can be due to:

Electric shock
Eye injuries
Head and brain injuries
Fractured bones and dislocated joints
Back and spinal damage
Muscle strain
Slips, trips, and falls
Falls from height
Exposure to dangerous substances
Chemical burns

The laws around health and safety in the workplace are very clear, and it is against the law for your employer not to follow them. Ignorance of their obligations towards employees is no excuse, and industrial accidents can happen in any industry and any job.

Industrial accident claims are a specialist area of personal injury law. Often, the damage does not show until years after it was done – for example, someone who develops industrial deafness or an asbestos-related disease. At The Compensation Experts, we work with lawyers who have a proven track record in successful industrial injury compensation claims. After your initial consultation with our advisors, we will match you with the lawyer who best suits your circumstances.

If you have had an accident at work and are unaware of your rights, looking towards professional accident at work solicitors can ensure they put forward a case so that you do not have to suffer physically and mentally. If your injury is due to an employer’s negligence, you should take legal advice as soon as possible, so that you can collect the relevant evidence and build a compelling case. You should remember that, if you were not to blame, you have the right to make a workplace injury claim.

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