Claim Time Solicitors - Personal Injury, Road Traffic accident
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Reaching us about your factory accident claim
If your employer has neglected to make the steps important to protect you at work. If you been injured in a factory and it is not your fault then you may be eligible for personal injury claim. Your employer has an obligation of take care of all staff, to protect you and keep you as safe as possible in your workplace. They must ensure the dangers are kept to a minimum to avoid any injuries. This obligation of care is particularly important when you work in a factory, for example, where it's likely a serious damage could happen if safety regulations aren't taken over. The compensation you could get, may take care of the expenses for your damages and the effect it has had on your life, so that you can begin to get things back to how they were before your accident.
Starting a personal injury claim:
Firstly, figure out whether your personal injury claim is essential.
If you are thinking to discuss a personal injury claim , contact us in any of 3 Easy ways:
There are three approaches to get in contact with us, every one of them free.
1. Call us on 0800 970 2727.
2. Online, by entering your details. Click Here to Fill a Short Form. 3. “Live Chat' button on top right corner of your screen or bottom right side of your computer screen.
Your employer has an obligation of care to safeguard you
Your employer must take after the laws set up to protect you in your working environment. This implies that they should take after The Health and Safety at Work Regulations Act 1974, as well as any specific workplace regulations. Examples of ways by which your employer might be required to guard your workplace include:
  • Providing you with the correct training; this includes any training to use specific machinery
  • Checking machinery to ensure it’s not faulty and is in a safe working order
  • Providing the correct safety equipment – this may include steel toe-capped boots, high visibility jackets or safety goggles
  • Keeping the floor free from tripping hazards such as discarded plastic wrapping, trailing cables and cleaning up spilled liquid or oil
  • Carrying out risk assessments. This includes thinking about potential risks and then taking reasonable steps to prevent accidents from happening.
There are numerous ways by which your employer may have failed their obligation of care, so if the reason for your accident isn't identified with any of the above then don't stress – it's likely we can help.
To see if we think you have a claim, get in touch with us on 0800 970 2727 for free.

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