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Industrial accident & injury compensation claims solicitors

Industrial accidents cover a broad range of diverse and often complex claims; the details and specifics will differ given that some accidents will be far more serious than others.

Industrial accidents are not as common as they used to be due to the fact that health and safety measures have improved. However, multiple examples of serious accidents in the workplace are still being recorded. If you have experienced one, you may be entitled to industrial accident compensation.

For free initial advice and to discuss your potential industrial accident claim call us on 0161 696 6235.

What is as an industrial accident?

Any type of accident, injury or physical harm that happens to a person in the workplace and is not that person’s fault can be classed as an industrial accident. This can include, but is not limited to:

  • Trips or falls
  • Overexertion and muscle strain/damage
  • Exposure to extreme temperatures
  • Exposure to electrical currents
  • Exposure to radiation or harmful substances
  • Spinal and back injuries
  • Brain and head injuries
  • Hand and finger injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Repetitive strain injuries

Examples of industrial accidents

  • Broken bones and fractures due to an uneven or wet surface
  • Falling objects resulting in injury
  • Asbestos poisoning
  • Being injured or harmed by unsafe equipment
  • Deafness due to exposure to loud noises
  • Psychological effects of workplace accidents

Our industrial accident solicitors are widely accredited for their work - personal injury

It is our business to deliver legal services that work for our clients, you can trust our specialist industrial injury solicitors to take care of things on your behalf. Over the years our personal injury team has been recognised by industry awards and accredited for their excellence.

Industrial accident solicitors

By law, it is compulsory for your employer to ensure the health and safety of all employees, in addition to making clear and concise records of any industrial accident that happens in the workplace. It is considered a criminal offence for any employer to not comply with health and safety standards, and as a result your employer may be prosecuted if found to have put employees at risk of an industrial accident. However, even if an employer is not considered to be at fault, the sufferer could still be entitled to a number of benefits, as employers have a duty to safeguard the wellbeing of their employees.

Workers in any profession who are injured in an accident that was not their fault could be entitled to make an industrial accident claim in order to receive industrial accident compensation for their injuries and financial loss. Industrial accidents can occur at any time in any job, which means that the field of industrial accident claims is diverse and sometimes complex. If an industrial accident has happened to you at work in the past and you were unaware you may be entitled to claim for compensation, get in touch with an industrial accident lawyer at Stephensons and we can clarify if you are still eligible. Unfortunately if there is not sufficient evidence to back up your historical claim this can make things difficult, but our expert team are available to help and advise you in any way possible. If you have a long-lasting injury or illness due to an industrial accident years ago, you may still be entitled to make an industrial injury claim.

Some industrial accidents can be much more serious than others, from minor injuries, through to industrial accidents resulting in the victim being unfit for work to serious injuries and in some cases death. If you have been involved in an industrial accident, you may be entitled to compensation from the person or company deemed responsible.

All it takes to find out if you have grounds for an industrial accident claim is a call to our industrial accident solicitors. We have years of experience in dealing with industrial accident claims involving everything from small businesses to large multinational corporations. Our expert solicitors can secure the industrial injuries compensation you deserve in order to repay medical expenses and ongoing rehabilitation and also compensate for any loss of earning caused by the accidents. For advice call us on 0161 696 6235 or fill in our online enquiry form

I have suffered an industrial accident – how much industrial injuries compensation will I be entitled to?

Without knowing the full details of your industrial accident, it’s difficult to say how much you can expect to be awarded, should your industrial accident claim be successful. The amount of compensation that you will be awarded will depend entirely on how your industrial accident came about, the extent of the injuries that you suffered and how they have affected your day to day life. As experienced industrial accident solicitors, we have dealt with many an industrial accident investigation and so are well equipped to ensure that you receive the highest level of compensation that you are entitled to. Industrial accidents can have a devastating impact on a person’s day to day life and can also hugely impact the family and friends around them, so we know how important it is to ensure that industrial accident compensation claims are settled appropriately. By getting in touch with our industrial accident solicitors, you can explain your case in more detail and a member of our industrial accident team will be able to give you a better idea of the amount of compensation you are looking at being awarded for a successful claim.

What is the industrial injury claim time limit?

Ideally, you would submit an industrial accident compensation claim as soon as possible after the incident. However, you do have up to three years by which to make your industrial accident claim. As mentioned above, your settlement amount will depend on the extent of your injuries and the negligence of your employer. At Stephensons, we have many years of experience when it comes to dealing with industrial and manufacturing accident claims and so if you have suffered an industrial accident and would like compensation, then we are the ones to call. If you are unsure whether or not you are entitled to compensation, contact one of our industrial accident lawyers anyway, and they can look into the case for you and give their professional opinion about whether or not your case should be pursued.

How much do Stephensons charge for industrial accident compensation claims?

The amount charged for an industrial accident claim will depend entirely on the level of work involved for our team. Stephensons operate on a no win no fee basis, so if you do not receive a settlement for your industrial accident claim, then we won’t expect payment for our services. Our professional team of industrial accident lawyers will only progress a claim if they think that compensation will be received and after that, will do their utmost to ensure that you receive the highest possible amount. We will keep you involved in every single step of the industrial accident claims process, so that you’re aware of whether or not your claim is going to be successful, and we are just at the end of the phone should you have any queries or questions about your claim. We understand how distressing suffering an industrial accident can be, so we work with both sympathy and professionalism, as we strive for your industrial accident compensation award.

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