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We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.

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  • Workman on floor after falling from ladder

    Working at height can be dangerous, one small mistake or lapse of concentration could see you plummeting to the hard floor below. To protect yourself and your colleagues or employees from serious injury following a fall from height you should work through the following steps. Working at height can be dangerous, one small mistake or lapse of concentration could see you plummeting to the hard floor ...

  • Worker using power tool

    Hand-arm vibration is vibration transmitted into your hands and arms when you use power tools, it can cause hand-arm vibration syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome. Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) affects the nerves, blood vessels, muscles and joints of the hand, wrist and arm. It can become severely disabling if ignored, vibration white finger is classed as HAVS which can cause severe pain in t...

  • Car damaged after crash

    In the UK it’s a legal requirement for drivers to insure their cars before driving them. Regardless of this some people still decided to drive without insurance. Road traffic accidents can already present you with a wide range of problems and cause a lot of stress, this is only amplified if another party involved doesn’t have a valid insurance policy. You’ll have fears that you may lose your...

  • Electricity is part of everyday life, without it many tasks in our day to day life would be impossible. It’s also a big part of our working lives with most job roles containing an aspect of using electrical devices to complete tasks. Other roles come into direct contact with electricity such as electricians. An electrical accident is an accident that exposes the user to a direct electrical curre...

  • Worker holding box

    Nearly all jobs require you to lift or carry items on a daily basis, most of the time, this happens without fuss or harm. Unfortunately accidents still happen on a very regular basis across the UK. Manual handling is defined as the supporting or transporting of a load manually (e.g. by hand or by use of bodily force). This can include but is not limited to lifting, pulling, pushing, carrying or pu...

  • Gloves and hard hat

    Personal protective equipment should increase the safety of workers, unfortunately the personal protective equipment isn’t always maintained to the correct standard. Or in some cases isn’t made available at all. Personal protective equipment is the equipment individuals can use to protect themselves from hazards and risks while in the workplace. This equipment should be maintained to a high st...

  • Making a compensation claim for the personal injury you’ve suffered can seem a daunting task and often the last thing on your mind after an accident. To help you understand the steps you should take following a personal injury we’ve created this step by step guide.If you’ve been injured in an accident the first thing you should do is seek medical attention. Depending on the seriousness of yo...

  • Crashed cars

    No one wants to be involved in a road traffic accident, they can not only result in sometimes life changing injuries but they can also leave you worried about having to take time off work. They may also lead to you having to pay for alternative transport and expensive repairs to your car.No matter how small the accident you are involved in is you are required by law to stop. Failing to do so is an...

  • Injury report form

    Injuries at work can happen to anybody, whatever your role. In 2017/2018, there were 30.7 million working days lost due to injuries and illnesses sustained in the workplace. Employers are bound by law to the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR). Not only is the recording and reporting of workplace accidents a legal requirement but also important for t...

  • reducing work accidents graphic

    Unfortunately, workplace accidents and injuries at work are a common occurrence. In 2014/2015, there were 611,000 injuries occurring in the workplace and 27.3 million working days were lost due to injuries and illnesses sustained in the workplace.1 Therefore, it’s important that employers and employees identify risks and prevent these workplace accidents occurring where possible.

  • Worker with injury too his knee

    Work related accidents and injuries at work are unfortunately not uncommon (read our Injury Guides for some more insight). Employers are bound by law to the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) and in 2014/2015 76,000 work injuries at work and 142 deaths in the workplace were reported to RIDDOR The nature of injuries sustained in the workplace can var...

  • Health and safety representative

    All employers have a duty to consult staff about health and safety in the workplace. This can be done either by consulting employees directly or via a dedicated safety representative who can act on behalf of the employees. Typically, most employers look to consult a single, or group of safety representatives rather than all employees. The employer has a duty of care to all staff to ensure they are...

  • Air bag deployed after car crash

    Having a car accident can be a very traumatic experience, and when you suffer injuries through someone else’s actions you may want to seek compensation for your losses, pain and suffering. However, what we do know is that currently, when making a claim, you always have to be within the framework of the Ministry of Justice Portal, which means that your claim has to be valued over £1000.00 From t...

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