Factory accidents are accidents that occur whilst working or visiting factory premises. The factory premises where accidents can happen include all areas of the factory building such as the surrounding areas, offices, toilets, staff canteen and stairwells.
If you suffer an accident anywhere on factory premises that was not your own fault and you were injured as a result, then there is a very high chance you may be able to claim factory accident injury compensation.
The most common cause of factory accidents resulting in factory accident claims being made are due to lack of training, carelessness of someone else whilst using dangerous or defective equipment, lack of protective clothing or tools being provided, forklift truck accidents and slipping on wet or greasy floors with no warning signs in place.
The amount of factory accident compensation you will be awarded is determined by a number of factors, but mainly the amount of time you have suffered for as well as the degree of suffering. Activities you have not been able to do due to your injuries will also be taken into consideration. Another factor when determining your compensation amount is by looking at similar cases from the past to compare the level of compensation that was awarded for them.
Factory accident claims no win no fee compensation
To be sure as to whether you have a basis to pursue a factory accident claim for compensation, speak to one of our friendly claims advisors who will discuss your specific factory accident claim circumstances with you and advise you of the next step. If we are able to accept you factory accident claim we will recover factory compensation for your injuries as well as money for all other losses, such as loss of earnings and medical charges. All claims are worked on a no win no fee basis where on winning maximum compensation is awarded.
In order to start your application for factory accident injury compensation call us today on 0845 10 88 333 or click: Information on factory accident claims.
Specialist personal injury solicitors in England, Scotland & Wales.