Health And Safety Claims
Health And Safety Claims Solicitors
Have You Had An Accident Due To A Health & Safety Breach?
An Accident caused by a Health & Safety Breach can cause serious injury and effect your ability to drive, sleep, exercise and work, as well as the anxiety and stress of being involved in an accident. This can have a serious impact on your life.
We are expert Solicitors in Health & Safety Claims and we can help you with a claim for compensation. We provide a “stress free service” and we can take care of everything for you.
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We can help you obtain compensation for the injuries and suffering you have sustained and we can arrange a medical assessment of your injuries. We offer a Free Consultation and all Legal Costs / Fees are paid by the Insurance Company on the successful conclusion of your claim.
This means that making a successful Accident Claim will cost you nothing and we ensure that you will keep 100% of your compensation.
Health And Safety Claims Solicitors
If you have had an accident because of the negligence of a business owner, employer, or anyone else who is responsible for your health and safety contact us using the enquiry form below.
We have acted for many individuals whose injuries were caused by non compliance with Health & Safety regulations. A common breach of health and safety law is where an employer provides unsafe machinery for an employee or where an employee does not receive proper training.
A great deal of Health & Safety accidents occur at work. It is important to remember that your employer must make sure that the workplace and any necessary equipment is well maintained and safe to use. It is the responsibility of employers to ensure that employees can do their jobs safely and without risk of injury.
Adequate training must be given to employees along with any necessary safety equipment and they must be properly supervised at work. If an accident occurs and you sustain an injury then we can speak to you free of charge.
Injured At Work? – Health And Safety Claims
If you have had an accident at work we suggest that you take the following steps after your accident:-
- Make sure your injury is recorded in an Accident Report Form at work and, if appropriate, reported to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
- A personal injury claim must be made within three years of the accident so speak to us as soon as possible to ensure you are in time and the details of your accident are still fresh in your mind.
- Get the name of your employer’s insurance company – if a certificate is not on display anywhere then they must give you this information when you ask.
- Check your contract so you are aware of what sick or accident pay you are entitled to.
What Is A Free Consultation?
We provide a Free, Confidential, No Obligations, Consultation for anyone with an Accident or Injury Claim. We understand that when you need to speak to a Solicitor it can be stressful and you may be worried about how much it will cost you.
You could be worried that as soon as you speak to a Solicitor you will have to pay Legal Fees and you could get a bill. Our Free Consultation means that you can come and talk to us about your case and you will not be charged. We can assess your case and provide initial advice to you.
We can also assess whether you qualify for Legal Aid funding for the legal costs of your case.We are friendly and approachable Solicitors and we make it as easy as possible to speak to a Solicitor. We are happy to hear from you and will assist you in any way we can without any cost to you.
The vast majority of Personal Injury Claims are settled without the need for Court Proceedings and do not require Legal Aid funding.
Call us now on 028 71 229 343 to talk to use about Legal Aid for an Accident or Injury Claim.
Will My Case go to Court?
Most personal injury cases are settled without the need for Court Proceedings. In most cases responsibility (or liability) for the accident is accepted by the other party and we are able to negotiate the maximum compensation settlement for our client. There is therefore no need to take the case to Court.
However, if the other party refuse to admit fault (or accept liability) for the accident or do not make a sufficient compensation proposal then will we consider issuing Court Proceedings on your behalf.
How Much Does It Cost? – Health & Safety Claims
We provide a Free Consultation with an expert to discuss your case. This is a no obligations consultation with our team, in person or over the phone, to discuss your case. This means it costs nothing to talk to us.
We begin by sending the Insurance Company or “at fault” party a Letter of Claim advising that you have sustained injury due to their negligence. The accident will then be investigated and they will decide whether the Insurance Company or “at fault” party are willing to take responsibility for the accident that caused your injuries.
If they are prepared to take responsibility for the accident we will obtain medical reports to show the extent of your injuries and then begin negotiations to obtain the maximum compensation amount for you. In this case our legal fees are paid entirely by the Insurance Company so that making a claim costs you nothing.
If they are not prepared to accept responsibility then the next step is to issue proceedings and bring the case to Court. There may be costs involved in bringing the case to Court, such as Court Fees and Barristers Fees. We can apply for Legal Aid on your behalf to cover these costs.
The vast majority of cases are settled prior to Court and there are no legal costs due. In those cases it will cost you nothing to claim and you will keep 100% of your Compensation.
Will I Have to Give Evidence in Court?
In some cases people can be scared of going to Court as they are worried that they will have to speak in Court. This happens in a very small percentage of cases. Most cases are settled without having to go to Court at all. If your case does go to Court a huge number of Personal Injury Claims will settle before the Hearing, as the Insurance Company could make an improved compensation proposal or accept liability.
In short, issuing Court Proceedings does not mean that the case will end up in front of a Judge as cases often settle right up to the morning of the Hearing.
Why Choose Us?
- - Specialist Accident Solicitors
- - Criminal Defence Experts
- - No Cost To You