Compensation for a work related injury

Advice for compensation claims involving work related injuries, diseases or accidents vary on the type of accident or illness sustained by the employee. This Manners Pimblett article takes a closer look at work place injury and illness leading up to compensation claims.

Variety of workplace injuries.

As with every aspect of life as human beings we are exceedingly complex, as are the types of injuries we suffer in the workplace. From asbestosis, electrocution, poisoning, slips, trips and falls, working kills and injures more people than car crashes. The variety of workplace injuries has lead to a specific scale to identify the level of disability benefit for each type of injury and its long term effect by the Department of Work and Pensions. This is just society looking after itself. Compensating for the human condition.

Slips, Trips and Falls

The most common injuries in the workplace are slips, trips and falls. The cliché of the wrong ladder whilst fixing an alarm system is true. Lack of training in the workplace and general incompetence when carrying out the job is the main cause of work related injuries. Although as with every aspect of the human condition, there is only so much training and planning for emergencies that we can do to avoid injury in the workplace.Accidents happen.

Make a claim for compensation

Call the Manners Pimblett team of personal injury advisors to make a claim for compensation for your work related injury. Our experience over the years has discovered that there is never a good time to make an accident claim - the only important aspect is that you make the claim and start to rebuild your life. So go on draw a line under your accident and claim today.

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