When you go to work, you give your best for your employer, and you work hard, sometimes putting your life on the line.  Nobody however expects or deserves to be injured at work through no fault of their own.

Sadly accidents at work causing personal injuries and even death occur every day.  Your employer has a duty of care to provide you with a safe system of work, a safe place of work and competent colleagues, so that you do not suffer an injury at work.

If you have had an accident at work that was not your fault and you suffered a workplace personal injury, you are entitled to claim personal injury compensation from your employer.

The government controversially removed your right to bring a claim for accident at work injury compensation for breach of a Regulation.  Your employer is now only responsible to compensate you if they have been negligent.

Now more than ever it is vitally important that if you wish to pursue a claim for injury compensation following an accident at work you use an experienced and qualified accident at work injury solicitor.

In the current economic climate, many people are nervous about making a claim for injury compensation following an accident at work.  It is your right to claim compensation if you have been injured in an accident at work that was not your fault.  Do not miss out on the compensation you deserve.

Please rest assured that legally, the making of a claim for compensation from your employer following an accident at work based upon your employers negligence to you, cannot lawfully lead to you being sacked by your employer.

Should your employer attempt something like this, you would be entitled to take action in the employment tribunal.

If workplace negligence or carelessness on the part of your employer has led to you suffering an injury, your entitlement to compensation has nothing to do with whether or not you continue to work with your employer after making a claim.

Many clients will choose to start their claim following an accident at work only after having already left their employment. It doesn’t have to be that way.

All employers are legally obliged to have employers liability insurance, and so your employer isn’t responsible to pay the personal injury compensation you are entitled to, their insurers are.

If you have been injured in an accident at work and that accident was not your fault, do not suffer in silence, claim the compensation you deserve.

Contact Richard Bate at Richardsons & Co Solicitors on (01270) 747154 or email Richard@theinjurysolicitors.net for a FREE no obligation assessment of your claim. Alternatively please visit our fully informative website www.theinjurysolicitors.net for further information.

Expert accident at work personal injury compensation solicitors here to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

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