Work Accidents are the second most common type of personal injury claim in the UK. All UK employers have the responsibility to keep employer liability insurance, which protects them to compensate employees for injuries and losses if they have failed to fulfil their responsibilities. This means that the employer’s insurer takes responsibility to compensate a worker if a worker suffers an injury due to:
- Defective or dangerous machinery, tools or equipment
- Excessive or extensive lifting or carrying of heavy goods
- Exposure to dangerous or harmful substances
- Faulty or dangerous work sites
- A violent attack by a customer
So if you have been injured at work or injured while performing duties on behalf of your employer somewhere other than your work base, we urge you to speak to us to discuss the merits of your case. We have found in many cases that people assume personal blame for their injuries whereas the liability usually rests on their employers.
For further information and to know how we can help, please contact us on 0207 0433 779.