posted on 26 01,2018 / 8:54 am
Work accident claims can be made for a variety of injuries at work. An accident at work could be anything from a fairly minor brush with unsafe equipment up to serious personal injury. In terms of a workplace accident claim, a minor injury is when an individual has suffered a non-permanent injury. This injury must simultaneously be due to the fault of a third party. By definition, this type of injury must have disrupted the individuals’ life in some manner. This includes injuries to soft tissue, contusions, resultant back or neck pain as well as cuts and bruises. Excerpt from Have you Suffered a Minor Injury During an Accident at Work? The basic building blocks of successful work accident claims centralizes around these two questions:
Your first step in terms of work accident claims should be to gather as much information as possible.
The purpose of most work accident claims calculators available on the worldwide web today is to give you an idea of the amount you might be able to claim.
On the last note, it is essential to remember that according to the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, your employer has a legal duty to protect you while you work. Of course, If they fail in this duty then it can often prove catastrophic.
In a survey carried out by claims.co.uk, 45% of people said they would worry about their job if making a claim against their employer. We urge you to not fear that you will loose your job. It is illegal for an employer to dismiss an employee because of a personal injury or work accident claim. Take the stress and worry out of the claims process with Legit Claims by your side.