Your employer has a duty of care to protect the health and safety of their workforce. If they have failed to fulfill their legal obligation and reduce or control occupational hazards present in your work environment, they can be held financially responsible for the industrial injuries you have sustained.
What level of industrial injury compensation are you entitled to?
When calculating your industrial injury compensation, our solicitors will make sure that the following is taken into consideration:
- Pain and suffering
- Severity of the injury
- Financial losses
- Medical treatment and support
We can then present your industrial injury claim to the employer at fault and negotiate your settlement so that you are awarded the compensation you rightfully deserve.
Industrial injury compensation time limits
You have three years to make your claim for industrial injury compensation, which starts from the date of the incident or the date of knowledge, which is usually the date that you are officially diagnosed by a medical professional.
Pursuing your compensation claim
Our solicitors will be able to handle your claim for compensation if we think that pursuing a case would be in your best interests. Meanwhile, we can also offer advice on the government funding and charity support available, so that you have access to all the support you need at this difficult time.
If you believe that you have an industrial injury that has been caused by your employer, get in contact with Roberts Jackson on 0800 001 4496 for free legal advice.