An employee burn at work claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis by any worker who suffers burns due to the negligence of another worker or that of the employer.
Every year thousands of employees burned at work can claim for injuries. Any burn must be recorded at work in the accident book and the injury seen and diagnosed by a doctor.
Some reasons when an employee burn at work claim may be made include:
Claim for burns in the work kitchen on hot surfaces
Insufficient safety equipment supplied by employer burn injury claim
Chemical burns at work
Thermal work burn claims
Burned by electricity compensation claims
Burns from a hot unlagged pipe at work
What ever the cause of the burn, you can contact us for free claims advice from a specialist personal injury claim solicitor. If they feel the claim would be won, they can accept it on a no win no fee basis, this means you are at no financial risk when claiming for burns at work.
Any claim for being burnt at work must be made within three years of the accident. We have found over the years that most people who make an employee burn at work claim, do so very soon after the accident.
In addition to claiming for burns at work, the solicitor can also claim for loss of earnings, medical and travel expenses in connection with the accident as well as travel expenses and damage to clothing.
Employers are not legally allowed to sack an employee who makes an employee burn at work claim which has arisen due to negligence of the employer or that of another employee.
You can contact us by calling 0800 814 0014 or claim by clicking: Claim for burns at work due to negligence.
A falling ceiling in a rented property can cause serious injuries to tenants, and has done on many occasions. Landlords have a duty to ensure their property is fit for living in.
A leaking roof or water tank in the loft which leaks can be the cause for the ceiling to get damp, rot and collapse unexpectedly. There have been many occasions when a small section has fallen but in some rented properties, the entire ceiling has fallen causing severe injuries.
If, as a tenant, you are injured by a falling ceiling, you could make a claim for injury compensation on a no win no fee basis using a specialist personal injury claim solicitor.
The damaged ceiling should be reported to the landlord as soon as possible, so they can make repairs as required
Any injury would need to be recorded on medical records and a claim made within three years of the accident.
Main injuries suffered which has often resulted in a rented property falling ceiling claim include:
A soft tissue injury, which may be damaged muscles, ligament or tendon injuries and severe bruising along with broken bones in the arm, wrist and hand are very common.
If you would like free claims advice for tenants injured in a rented property please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or by clicking: Claim for an injury in rented property.
A soft tissue injury claim for compensation may be made on a no win no fee basis for many reasons. This type of injury may include a sprain, whiplash, torn ligaments or tendons, pulled muscles and severe bruising.
Whether you have been injured in a car accident or a slip, trip or fall accident for example, if the injury was caused by someone else, is sufficient and is diagnosed by a doctor then a no win no fee soft tissue injury claim may be possible.
Many accidents resulting in a soft tissue injury happen at work, in a supermarket or on the road or pavement. Where possible, the accident and injury should be reported to the relevant person to ensure it is logged in an accident book and so that the defect or area can be rectified to prevent future accidents.
A soft tissue injury may last longer than a broken bone and can often keep people off work for longer.
To make a claim for a soft tissue injury, you do not need to take time off work.
This type of personal injury claim must be made within three years of the accident happening.
For free advice on claiming compensation for a soft tissue injury please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or claim by clicking: Tendon, Ligament, muscle or bruising claim.
If you have been injured in Tesco slipping on a wet floor and are injured, then a claim for injury compensation may be possible on a no win no fee basis using specialist accident compensation claim solicitors.
When you shop in a supermarket, you expect to do so safely and without coming out with an injury. The store has a duty of care over you whilst on their property.
When there is a wet floor, there should be warning signs in place so that customers and staff are aware of the slipping hazard. If there is no warning sign in place, then you could have grounds to make a slip in Tesco injury claim on a no win no fee basis.
Any accident should be reported to the store staff so it can be entered into their accident book. The injury must be sufficient to be recorded in your medical records, this means a trip to the hospital or doctors is required.
The main injuries suffered slipping on a wet floor are whiplash, lower back injuries, soft tissue injuries and broken bones.
To claim for a slip on a wet floor in Tesco, please contact us on 0800 814 0014 or claim by clicking: Injured in Tesco in slip accident.