Accidents at work compensation claims

Work injuries can occur unexpectedly, but many are preventable. If you've been injured at work and believe it could have been avoided, we're here to help set things right.

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    Accident and Injury at Work Claims

    Experiencing an injury at work is not uncommon. Each year, we represent numerous workers injured in preventable accidents. With over a century of experience, Claim Time Solicitors has been holding employers accountable for workplace safety.

    We leverage our extensive experience to assist you in making a claim against your employer and securing the compensation you are entitled to.

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    Let us assist you through this challenging time and help you get the compensation you deserve.

    What Is a Personal Injury Claim?

    A personal injury claim is a legal process to seek compensation for an injury caused by someone else’s negligence. If you’ve been harmed due to another’s actions, like a car accident, you can file a claim to recover damages. This compensation may cover medical expenses, lost wages, and emotional distress. It’s crucial to prove the other party’s negligence, and consulting a personal injury lawyer can help navigate this process effectively. 

    Types of Work Accident Claims

    It’s important to keep the following points in mind when claiming for injuries caused by accident at work: 

    Our team of experienced pedestrian accident solicitors tailors their approach to meet the specific needs of your case. If needed, our in-house rehabilitation coordinators will ensure you receive the highest quality rehabilitation services, paving the way for a smooth recovery.

    Can I make a work injury claim?

    If you've suffered a work-related injury in the past three years and it wasn't your fault, you may be eligible for compensation. Employers failing to adhere to health and safety regulations often cause workplace injuries.

    For many of us, our wages are important. So, if you're injured at work and must take time off, it can be really worrying for you and your family. You might have had to stop working altogether because of the accident. Not having your normal wages might mean you can't pay your bills or look after your family as you normally would.

    You shouldn't have to feel anxious about your health, job, or money after a work accident. That's why we're here to help you make things right with a work injury claim. We'll give you the right advice and support when you need it most.

    How soon after an accident at work can I file a claim?

    You can claim compensation if:

    According to UK law, businesses have a responsibility to ensure the safety of their employees. Having employer's liability insurance and following the most recent health and safety regulations are two examples of this responsibility. If you have an injury at work due to your employer's negligence, you might be eligible for compensation.

    It makes no difference if it's in a hazardous environment like a factory or construction site, or even somewhere you might think of as "safe," like an office. Employers are responsible for:

    We work diligently to secure fair compensation that covers your immediate and future needs, including medical care, lost income, and rehabilitation.

    What types of accidents can we help with?

    Our London-based Personal Injury solicitors have extensive experience handling various personal injury claims, including:

    Road Traffic Accidents

    Injuries sustained from car accidents where another party is at fault.

    Workplace Accidents 

    Compensation claims for injuries suffered at the workplace due to negligence.

    Slips and Trips

    Injuries resulting from slips, trips, or falls in public or private spaces.

    Clinical Negligence 

    Seeking compensation for harm caused by medical professionals due to negligence.

    Sports-Related Injury

    Injuries sustained during sports activities where negligence is a factor.

    Product Liability

    Claims for injuries caused by defective or dangerous products.

    Public Liability

    Compensation claims for accidents like slips, trips, or falls in public due to negligence.

    Motorcycle Accidents

    Compensation for injuries resulting from accidents involving motorcycles.

    Our team of experienced accident at work solicitors personalises their approach to address the specific details of your case. If needed, our in-house rehabilitation coordinators will ensure you receive the highest quality rehabilitation services, ensuring a smooth and thorough recovery. 

    Why Choose Us?

    Our team of solicitors is spread across the country, specialising in handling workplace accident claims. With a track record of securing over £1.5 billion in compensation for our clients in the last two years, our Personal Injury team is highly regarded for their expertise.  

    We understand the worries you may have after a workplace accident. Our solicitors are skilled at calculating compensation settlements that meet both your immediate and future needs, such as home adjustments or retraining if you’re unable to continue in your current job. We also provide assistance in accessing specialist rehabilitation services, ensuring you receive the best possible care for your recovery.  

    Start your journey with a free consultation.

    Alternatively, schedule a callback at your convenience. 

    Our phone lines are available 24/7, every day of the year.


    • The main reasons for workplace accidents are:  
    • Hazardous working practices.  
    • Inadequate personal protective equipment (PPE).  
    • Poor risk assessments.  
    • Preventable spills.  
    • Inadequate safety procedures.  
    • Poorly maintained equipment.

     According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), the seven most common injuries and their causes are:  

    Slips, trips, or falls on the same level:  

    • Bruising, strains, sprains, fractures, and breaks.  
    • Lifting and handling: soft tissue injuries, spinal strains, and bone breaks.  
    • Being struck by a falling object: Common in warehouse environments.  
    • Falling from a height: Including falls from ladders, roofs, and scaffolding.  
    • Workplace violence: Threats, assaults, cuts, scratches, and bruising.  
    • Contact with moving machinery: Leading to lacerations and cuts.  
    • Collision: Walking into a stationary object.  

    According to HSE data (2017-2022), 26% of all fatal injuries were falls from a height.  

    Other health risks at work include:  

    • Exposure to toxic fumes causing illness or respiratory damage.  
    • Industrial deafness from exposure to loud noise.  
    • Repetitive strain injury (RSI) from tasks like typing or using pneumatic equipment.  

    If you’ve experienced any of these, you may have grounds for a workplace accident claim. Our experienced work injury lawyers can assist with claims related to these types of injuries.  

    • You can contact our lawyers for workplace injuries in the following ways: 
    • Complete our “Start a Claim” form, providing details of the accident and your injuries.  
    • Request a callback to discuss your case.  
    • Call us for free on 08009702727.  

    Before contacting us, gather as much information about the accident and your injuries as possible. This will help us assess your claim’s viability and estimate potential compensation.  

    You may have grounds for a work accident claim if you’ve been injured at work due to reasons such as:  

    • Slips, trips, or falls  
    • Unsafe workplace practices  
    • Faulty or poorly maintained equipment  
    • Hazardous machinery  
    • Falls from heights  
    • Exposure to harmful substances  
    • Falling objects  
    • Breach of Health & Safety regulations  
    • Negligence by colleagues  
    • Inadequate training  
    • Workplace assault 
    • Forklift accidents 
    • Improper manual handling due to lack of training 
    • Industrial injuries like hand-arm vibration syndrome or vibration white finger. 

    For further advice or assistance from accident-at-work solicitors, feel free to contact us. 

    Yes, all our employer liability claims operate on a no win no fee basis. If your claim is unsuccessful and you’ve adhered to the no win no fee agreement, you won’t incur any charges. 

    Yes, you can still proceed with a claim even if you bear partial responsibility. However, your compensation amount might be adjusted to reflect your contribution to the incident. 

    Claim Time Solicitors is your trusted partner in the pursuit of justice and the quest for rightful damages.

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