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Work accident claims are the second most common types of compensation claim in the UK after road traffic accidents.

Work injuries can be as a result of slips or trips, use of faulty machinery, working at heights, another employee’s error – whatsoever the accident or injury, so long as your employer is legally at fault, you should be entitled to claim compensation.

This blog gives examples of different types of accidents at work and answers questions from workers and the self-employed who are injured at work. You will find regular legal updates and solicitor tips about claiming work accident compensation.

Simply select an image below to see our full article or use our employers liability / work compensation guideĀ  to see the injury at work work claims process from beginning to end.

Slip On Black Ice: Construction Site Worker Compensation Claim Payout

UK work accident solicitor explains how to calculate the average compensation payout for a construction site work accident following a slip on black ice resulting in an injured calf muscle, shattered kneecap and fractured coccyx. Construction Site Work Accident Victim Question I am a construction worker and late last year I turned up to work […]

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Public Transport Station Incident: Work Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

UK solicitor explains how to claim compensation if you have suffered injury as a result of aggression in the workplace when your employer failed to provide adequate support when such incidents were foreseeable. Public transport work incident question I work in a large public transport bus depot . Approximately two years ago whilst working late […]

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Hernia Injury At Work: Can You Claim?

How To Claim Compensation For A Hernia Injury At Work Hernia injuries come in many different forms – the most common are due to a hole or weakness in the abdomen muscle. If you are required to handle heavy objects at work your hernia injury could have been caused in full or due in part […]

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