Make a claim for industrial injury compensation

Employees should be able to work without fear of sustaining any bodily harm. However, if you have suffered from an injury as a result of your employer breaching their legal obligation and failing to provide you with a safe environment, you could be entitled to claim for industrial injury compensation.

Industrial injury types

In recent years, awareness of industrial accident claims has increased significantly. These can differ in severity and take place in a wide range of business situations where employers provide poor or inadequate training or equipment. Our accident and injury solicitors have dealt with a number of claims caused by accidents at work, including:

  • Slips, trips or falls resulting in a back or leg injury
  • Industrial deafness
  • Exposure to asbestos
  • Hand injuries including tendonitis and vibration white finger

Don’t miss your opportunity to claim

Our personal injury solicitors have acted for clients who have been worried about claiming for industrial injury compensation against the people they work for, which is completely understandable. However, if you have been involved in an industrial accident that has affected your ability to work, you need to know where you stand. You should also remember that in most cases, the compensation is covered by your employer’s insurers.

It is also important to pursue your claim for industrial injury compensation as soon as possible, as all workplace accident claims have a fixed time frame. An injured person has to claim within three years of the accident taking place or from the moment they are diagnosed by a medical professional.

To begin your compensation claim, contact our personal injury solicitors on 0800 652 9515. This initial consultation will allow us establish exactly what has happened so that we can decide on the best course of action.

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