If you have received a personal injury recently through no fault of your own, you may be eligible for compensation. You can usually sue the person or organisation responsible for the injury for damages. In cases where the party responsible for the damages isn’t clear, you can still make a claim and get compensation through the Government.

The amount of compensation you can get depends on the nature of injury. For instance, a minor scratch or bruise is eligible for a lower amount of compensation. A more permanent injury that leads to disability or disfigurement can lead to settlements of over hundreds of thousands and even millions of pounds.

We have a team of expert lawyers who can help you claim compensation for personal injuries. Whether you have received an injury dueto workplace accident, road traffic accidents (RTA), have an occupier’s liability claim or employer’s liability claim we can help.We have helped hundreds of clients get fair compensation and have an excellent track record.

If you have been injured recently, please get in touch with our service reps to find out more on how you can be compensated.

Workplace Accidents

The UK labour and employment laws mandate that employers must provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees. Employers who don’t provide adequately safe working conditions can be fined by the government.

Workers must also get compensated for any negligence by the employer. For example, workers at a construction site must be provided safety gear, such as helmets. If an employee suffers an injury due to lack of safety equipment or training, they can sue the employer to get compensation for damages.

Employees should document the conditions that led tothe injury causing incident. If the employee can show that they had raised the issue of unsafe working condition to the employer and ignored, it can significantly boost their case.

Get in touch with our experts to know your rights and claim for compensation if you have been injured at work.

Road Traffic Accidents

People injured due to road or traffic accidents are also eligible to get compensation.  Traffic accident claims are made depending on the type of accident that has taken place. Some of the more common injuries include the following.

  • Whiplash injury
  • Airbag injury
  • Seat belt injury
  • Child restraint injury

People who can get compensated for injuries include car drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and bikers.

For example, if you suffer an injury due to faulty braking system of your vehicle, you can get compensation from the car manufacturer.

If your injury takes place due to another reckless driver or road maintenance services etc, you can get compensated from the party responsible for the accident.

The majority of traffic accidents occur due to the following reasons.

  • Negligence of the other driver
  • Bad weather conditions
  • Poor road maintenance
  • Reckless driving by another driver
  • Malfunction in your car

We have helped a large number of people successfully claim compensation for injuries received due to traffic accidents. If you have been involved in a recent road traffic accident that led to personal injury, you can sue the responsible party to get compensated for the damages. Call our legal advisors today to find out how you can get compensation.

Occupier Liability Claims

Occupiers’ liability refers to the liability of land and property owners (or renters) towards their visitors and guests. People who are occupying a property are responsible for maintaining a safe living condition. If any guests or visitors receive an injury due to negligence of the occupier, the guest can claim for compensation.

The Occupiers Liability Act of 1957 and Act of 1984 outline the responsibilities and liabilities of occupiers. Usually, the amount of compensation is determined by the severity of injury received.

If you were injured while staying at a property due to negligence of the occupier, get in touch with our expert lawyers who can help you get fair compensation for your injury.

Employers Liability Claims

The working conditions for employees have improved significantly in the past few decades. Injury claims by workers have played a positive role in improving these conditions. However, there are still plenty of employees that get injured every year due to employer negligence or lack of safety protocols.

Common examples of workplace injuries include the following:

  • Equipment handling accidents
  • Falls from a height
  • Defective machinery malfunctions
  • Accidents caused by fall of another employee
  • Slips or trips due to slippery flooring
  • Construction site accidents
  • Food poisoning
  • Chemical or poisonous gas discharge
  • Electrical short circuiting
  • Injuries received in military
  • Accidents caused due to insufficient training
  • Injuries due to lack of fire safety

If you have suffered an injury at work, it is quite likely that the fault was due to lack of safety protocols from the employer. We suggest getting in touch with our legal counsellors who can help you get fair compensation for your injuries.