Many workplaces have procedures that could turn deadly if the right training or equipment isn’t provided. Your employer is legally responsible for providing you with this, and it’s their duty to ensure you are safe while on their premises. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, and can result in injuries for employees.
If you’ve been involved in an accident at work that was caused by a dangerous practice or procedure, the personal injury team atLupton Fawcett can help you make a case for compensation. Speak to one of our expert solicitors today by calling 0333 323 5292, or submit a claims form online and we will get back to you.
Types of claims
Our team has many years’ of experience in working with employees who have been injured as a result of the negligence of their employer, so we are well equipped to help you get the compensation you deserve. Common claims include:
- Failure to provide training to an acceptable level
- Injuries caused while operating machinery
- Failure to provide personal protective equipment
- Failure to display relevant safety signs in high-risk areas
- Insufficient working conditions
- Injuries caused while working with hazardous substances
It is the duty of business owners and employers to ensure that a workplace is safe for people to work in. This includes carrying out risk assessments regularly to identify practices that need to be improved to reduce the chances of an accident happening. If your employer has failed to adhere to their responsibilities, or another employee has not followed the proper procedures, then you may be eligible for compensation.
Make a claim today
Our experienced team is on hand to provide advice and guidance on the steps you should take to make a successful claim. To have a chat with us about an injury you believe was caused by a dangerous practice or procedure, call us on 0333 323 5292, or fill in our online form and we will get back to you.
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