Claim after redundancy

With the news that a UK car plant is on the brink of closure, threatening thousands of jobs, making an accident claim may be the last thing on your mind. Once made redundant from work, the barrier between holding back from making a claim against work and actually making a making a claim against work is raised. This Manners Pimblett article looks at the current economic climate and making an accident claim against work.

Economic Climate

Workers losing their jobs owing to a recession are a part of life as the economy continues in its tide like pattern, expanding and contracting. Growth and jobs are not always guaranteed and as times change the stronger companies will survive. But when it comes to making a claim for an injury sustained as a result of an accident in the workplace, then you have every right, regardless of the economic climate.

Making a claim after redundancy

If you have been injured at work and you are made redundant as a result of your workplace finding itself in financial difficulties, then you still have justifiable cause to make a claim.

What if the company has closed down?

When a company enters into administration, the process of closing the business can take months to happen. You are advised to contact Manners Pimblett and see what help is available for you? Often in the case of certain industrial illness or working environments where industrial illness has occurred the government may step in and offer a compensation scheme.

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