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If you are involved in an incident at work that causes a significant finger injury and it was someone else’s fault, you may be able to receive compensation for your finger injury at work. Some finger injuries can be serious and can have a big impact on your ability to work or carry out normal daily activities at home or elsewhere. It might be that you make a full recovery from your finger injury in time, or the damage caused might be permanent such as a cut off finger or fingertip amputation.

Depending on the circumstances involved, your employer could be liable for your injury and therefore you may be able to make a finger injury at work compensation claim for what has happened to you. It’s a legal responsibility for your employer to assess potential workplace risks and hazards and to put in place a health and safety plan to help minimise these. This may include things that could help with preventing finger injuries at work. Failing to do this could be considered negligence and if you are injured as a result, you may be eligible to claim compensation. Finger injuries that you can get compensation for may include a severely cut finger at work, broken finger at work, or even losing a finger at work or a thumb injury.

You might be wondering, “can I get sacked for a finger injury at work?” and be unsure whether making a claim against your employer will put your job at risk. However, there are legal protections for employees making a legitimate claim against a negligent employer which means they cannot be sacked for doing so. Get in touch with our specialist team to find out more about claiming compensation for hand and finger injuries at work by calling 0161 696 6235.

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What is a finger injury at work?

A finger injury at work includes any harm or damage sustained to one or more fingers while performing work-related tasks. It can include cuts, lacerations, fractures, dislocations, amputations, or other types of injuries that affect the fingers due to accidents, machinery incidents, crushing, repetitive motions, or hazardous conditions in the workplace.

Finger injuries are a common occurrence in the workplace, particularly in industries that involve manual labour or the use of machinery. These injuries can range from minor cuts and bruises to more serious injuries such as fingertip amputations. If you have suffered a finger injury at work, it is important to seek medical attention immediately and report the incident to your employer. You may also be entitled to finger injury compensation for your injuries and any resulting financial losses. At Stephensons, our experienced personal injury solicitors can help you navigate the legal process and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

What is a finger injury at work compensation claim?

A finger injury at work compensation claim is a legal process through which a worker seeks financial reimbursement for injuries sustained to their finger(s) while performing work duties. This claim typically covers medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitation costs, and any other related damages as a result of the injury. Some common workplace incidents involving fingers or thumbs can be caused by getting fingers caught in machinery, poor manual handling, fingers being crushed by heavy loads and lacerations or burns to fingers in environments such as professional kitchens.

Why choose our finger injury at work claims solicitors?

Our finger injury at work claims solicitors have a wealth of experience in a wide range of accidents at work claims, including with finger injuries. This means we’re ideally placed to be your injury at work lawyers whether you have a broken finger or another serious thumb or finger injury.

Our dedicated accident at work team knows exactly what is needed to build a successful finger injury compensation claim for a range of different finger injuries sustained at work, whatever industry or sector you work in.

Get in touch on 0161 696 6235 to find out more about how we can help you with your finger injury claim.

How can our finger injury at work claims solicitors help?

Our finger injury at work claims solicitors can help by providing legal advice, gathering evidence, negotiating with the employer or their insurance company, and representing you in court if necessary to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve for your injury.

Who can our finger injury at work claims solicitors help?

Our finger injury at work claims solicitors help individuals who have suffered a finger injury while at work and are seeking compensation for their injuries.

Can I claim compensation for a finger injury at work

You can claim for a finger injury at work. Consult a solicitor experienced in work accident claims who will guide you through the process. We will help gather evidence, establish negligence, file a claim, and seek compensation for your finger injury, including medical expenses and related losses.

How to claim compensation for a finger injury at work 

To claim for a finger injury at work, report the incident to your employer and seek medical attention. Keep records of any expenses and lost wages. Contact Stephensons' personal injury solicitors to help you file a claim for compensation.

Contact our finger injury at work compensation claims solicitors

If you believe you may have a valid reason to seek compensation for your accident or injury, do not hesitate to get in touch with our experienced solicitors. We specialise in handling various types of accidents and injuries, including finger injuries at work. You can reach us on 0161 696 6235 or simply fill out our online enquiry form to discuss your case.

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