The workplace is one of the most common areas for a personal injury claim to be made, and this is generally because any accidents in this area are the result of direct negligence made by either an employer or a fellow member of staff. There are so many situations in the workplace which can lead to potential injuries if the correct precautions are not taken, and these can either be caused by improper working practices all by the negligence of an employer.
If you find yourself sustaining a fracture in the workplace as the result of direct negligence on behalf of your employer or another employee then you may consider making a claim to cover any compensation that you are owed as a result.
There are a number of different situations in the workplace which could lead to you sustaining a fracture. Some common examples of these situations include:
In general there are two main parties who can be liable for injuries in the workplace and this is usually either your employer or another employee. If you feel that your employer has failed to abide by the appropriate health and safety regulations then you could consider a claim against them to recoup any financial damages that you have sustained as a result of their negligence. You could also claim against a fellow employee if you feel that they have been directly negligent towards you.
Working together with the team at Legal Request Solutions, your compensation claim can be made easy. Our team of fully qualified professionals will guide you through the process, every step of the way ensuring that you receive every penny of compensation that you are entitled to.
To find out more about the Legal Request Solutions process, contact the team today on 0800 990 3500.
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