Work Injury Compensation Claim

Making a claim for work injury compensation can often be a daunting experience; however it is every workers right, to expect to go about their day to day activities in a safe and secure environment.

If you have suffered an accident at work which was not your fault, then you are entitled to compensation for any loss of income, as well as the pain and suffering you may have endured.

Injuries Direct have been helping the innocent victims of workplace accidents for well over a decade and with a success rate exceeding 97% you can be sure we will get you the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.

If you have any worries or concerns about making a work injury compensation claim, simply call one of our friendly, experienced advisors who will explain how simple the whole process can be, call us today on 0800 2800 979, or fill out our simple to use online form and one of our experienced claim consultants will call you.

Types of Accident at Work Claims

 

The majority of work accidents can often be attributed to the negligence of others, from the employer who fails to provide adequate safety equipment, to a work colleague who fails to act in a safe and appropriate manner.

Below is a small selection of the type of work accidents we have successfully dealt with in the past:

Suffering an accident at work usually affects your income in some way or another and we understand that life can become very difficult, very quickly when a household loses a major source of income.

That is why at Injuries Direct we have streamlined the entire claim process, to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible and free you from the burden of financial hardship.

 

How to Claim Accident at Work Injury Compensation

 

If you have been unfortunate enough to have suffered an injury while at work there are a number of things you can do to improve your chances of making a successful claim, these include:

•    Record the accident in your employee’s accident book
•    Where possible take photographic evidence
•    Make sure to write down the names and addresses of any possible witnesses
•    If you are a member of any relevant trade unions, make sure they are aware of your accident.

Many people are reluctant to make a claim for work injury compensation, as they feel this could jeopardise the working relationship they have with their boss, or they are under the misconception that they are somehow letting the company down and costing them money.

In reality this is simply not the case, all companies in the United Kingdom are required by law to have in place an insurance policy that protects them against such an eventuality and it is this policy that will pay out if an employee is injured at work.

If you would like to learn more about making an accident at work compensation claim, simply call is today for free, confidential advice on how best to proceed.

To talk to a claims advisor call us on 0800 2800 979, or simply complete our online contact form and an advisor will call you back at a time that best suits you.

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