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Accident at Work Compensation Claims

If you have had a workplace accident through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation from your employer. Find out if you are eligible make an accident at work compensation claim with our expert panel of workplace accident solicitors.

No matter how many provisions, protections and precautions employers put in place within the workplace, accidents still occur every day. Accidents in the workplace can occur under varying circumstances, can vary in severity, and can also have a wide-ranging effect on the victim.

Whether it is a minor laceration, a sprain, a fall from height, broken bones, an amputation, a brain injury, or an unfortunate fatality – everyone has the right to feel safe at work, and if the accident occurred as a result of the negligence of your employer you are entitled to compensation.

Our expert panel of solicitors have over 70+ years of experience in handling workplace accidents claims. If you believe you or a loved one is entitled to compensation, get in touch today.


No Win, No Fee Accident at Work Solicitors

Suffering from an accident at work can have lasting, life-changing effects on the injured party. You may not be able to work for a sustained period of time, and if the injury is serious, you may have to alter your life and pay for ongoing care.

Here at, we believe that everyone should be able to afford justice when they are injured in the workplace through no fault of their own. That is why our panel work on a No Win, No Fee basis for accident at work compensation claims.

This means that you will have nothing to pay at the beginning of your claim and, if your case is unsuccessful, you don’t owe us anything. Put simply, there is no financial risk to you.


What Kind of Accidents Can I Claim For?

A few common types of accidents and their causes our panel of Accident at Work Solicitors regularly see are:

  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Falls from height
  • Falling objects
  • Insufficient or improper training on machinery
  • Forklift and Crane accidents
  • Defective or poorly maintained equipment
  • Dangerous machinery
  • General dangerous practices and procedures by the employer
  • Healthy and Safety regulations not adhered to
  • Workplace violence
  • Toxic fumes
  • Industrial deafness
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Uncleared liquid spillages
  • Poor ventilation or air condition when dealing with chemicals


Can I Make an Accident at Work Compensation Claim?

If you have been injured whilst at work in the last three years, and you believe the injury wasn’t your fault, it is likely you are eligible to make an accident at work compensation claim.

This is true, in certain circumstances, even when you believe you were partly to blame for the accident. Your employer may still be deemed to have been the main culprit of the accident, whether the working conditions forced you into a mistake or you were not given the proper training and/or safety equipment.

Claiming for compensation after a workplace accident is important as we all depend on our income. Being injured at work and having to take unexpected time off work can leave you out of pocket and feeling stressed. You should be compensated for any pain and suffering, along with any loss of earnings.


What if my workplace is high-risk – Does it not come with the job?

Some might argue that every accident in the workplace is preventable. This is a bit of a stretch, as accidents can occur at any time for a number of reasons, especially in high-risk working environments like factories.

However, most accidents are definitely avoidable, even in high-risk workplaces. Better health and safety preparation, HSE compliant safety measures, more thorough training, and better upkeep of machinery could all prevent accidents from occurring.

So, no matter how high-risk your job is, everyone is entitled to feel as safe as they possibly can be whilst on the job.


Is There a Time Limit for Making a Workplace Accident Claim?

Yes. The time limit for claiming compensation from a workplace accident injury is:

  • Over 18 – Three years from the date the workplace accident happened, or, three years from the moment you were aware of the injuries – The latter of which is important for industrial diseases
  • Under 18 – Three years from your 18th So, before your 21st birthday

There are a few exceptions to the three-year rule. If, for example, you were injured abroad whilst working, the time limit for making a claim might be shorter. If your injury was down to work equipment that had a manufacturing defect, the time limit may also be different.

The best practice is to get in touch as soon as you know you have suffered a workplace injury.


How much is My Accident At Work Claim Worth?

Every workplace accident claim differs in terms of severity, the effect it had on the victim, and the liability admitted by the employer. Our panel of dedicated accident at work solicitors will work with you, going through all of the evidence, to come to an appropriate sum and get you the compensation you deserve.


Can my employer sack me if I make a workplace accident claim?

In theory, no they cannot. If they do sack you as a result of an accident at work claim, then that would be classed as unfair dismissal and you should seek further employment law advice. Our panel would be more than happy to put you in contact with an expert employment solicitor if that were to happen.


The Workplace Accident Statistics

  • 6 million working people suffered from a work-related illness – 2019/20

  • 8 million working days lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury – 2019/20

  • £5.6 billion – The annual cost of workplace injury in 2018/19

Figures from HSE and Government data.


Start your Accident at Work Compensation Claim Today

If you have been involved in a workplace accident and have suffered injuries as a result, you may be entitled to compensation. Let our expert panel of solicitors help you determine if you have a case, and if so, how much you could claim back in compensation.

The team behind has a combined 70+ years of experience in helping people like you who have been injured in a workplace accident that was not their fault. 

Through our network of high profile accident at work specialists, we are able to direct your enquiry to the most appropriate Accident at Work solicitor. Our panel have:

  • 70+ Years Combined Experience in Personal Injury Claims
  • Hassle Free Service
  • Quick and Easy Form
  • 100% Risk Free – No Win, No Fee
  • Knowledgeable, Friendly, Professional Team
  • Fully regulated by the SRA or FCA
  • Free No Obligation Check

Contact the panel of solicitors today to find out how they can help you start your Accident at Work compensation claim journey.

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Our panel of legal firms all:

  • Operate on a No-Win, No Fee Basis
  • Require No Upfront Fees
  • Are Regulated by either the FCA or SRA

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