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Muscle injury at work compensation claims solicitors
If you have suffered a muscle injury at work that was someone else’s fault, you might be able to claim compensation for what happened to you. Some muscle injuries can be quite serious, with severe strains, tears or sprains often taking months to heal. As well as being incredibly painful, muscle injuries can also have a big impact on your ability to carry out normal daily activities or do your usual job, which can make life very difficult and mean that you suffer financial loss because of your injury.
Call our specialist accident at work team to find out more on 0161 696 6235.
Workplace muscle injury claims
Your employer is legally obliged to assess any workplace risks and put in place a health and safety plan which minimises the chances of muscle injuries like this occurring. If your muscle injury happened because your employer failed to put the proper protections or policies in place, or was simply negligence in their duty, you may be able to claim compensation. It might be that your injury was caused by an area of your workplace that contains hazards or a piece of machinery that hasn’t been properly maintained, or you may have suffered a fall at work that caused your muscle injury.
The compensation awarded for a successful workplace muscle injury claim will depend on the severity of the injury and the specific circumstances involved, as well as the impact the injury has had on your work and daily life. Our specialist team can assess your claim and provide an estimate of the compensation amount that you may receive if your claim is successful. Get in touch on 0161 696 6235 to start a free, no obligation claim assessment today.
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