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How Much Compensation Can I Claim for an Accident at Work? 

When you make an accident at work claim, it will be broken down into two parts, general damages and special damages. Special damages are worked out on an individual basis, to cover any costa that you have suffered because of your accident at work. For more information on this, click here. General damages instead covers the pain and suffering of the injuries themselves, and will vary depending on the types of injuries that you have sustained and how severe they are. The below table sets out the amount of financial compensation available in general damages for some common accident at work injuries.  
Type of injury: 
Financial compensation available: 
Loss of both legs in an accident at work 
£264,650 
Loss of one leg because of an accident at work 
£129,010 
Severe leg injuries caused by an accident at work 
£127,530 
Severe shoulder injuries in an accident at work 
£45,070 
Moderate shoulder injuries after an accident at work 
£11,980 
Severe neck injuries from an accident at work 
£139,210 
Minor neck injuries because of an accident at work 
£7,410 

How long do I have to make an accident at work claim? 

Normally, anyone injured at work has a period of 3 years from the date the incident causing the injury occurred, subject to The Limitation Act 1980. There are exceptions, for example relating to the date of knowledge, of your work related personal injury, or claim for industrial disease compensation.  
 
Minors, meaning children under the age of 18, have 3 years from the date of their 18th birthday. Time limits may differ if you are acting on behalf of someone with limited mental capacity, if you are acting as guardian or subject a lasting power of attorney. If you have any questions or queries, then please do not hesitate to contact one of MG Legal’s personal injury experts. 

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How to claim for an accident at work: 

If you’ve been injured at work, then you can contact our team for an informal, yet informative chat, about how to get your claim for work-related accident compensation started. The process is really straightforward and easy- we’ll ask you what happened, and if we can accept instruction on a no win no fee basis (all of our personal injury clients use a no win no fee agreement), then we will send a Claim Form for you to complete, and we’ll start the claims process.  

Can I make an accident at work claim if there were no witnesses? 

As is the case when making an accident at work claim without a formal accident report or complaint from your employer, it can be possible to make an accident at work claim for an incident that happened with no witnesses, but it can be a more complicated process and requires the expertise of a specialist accident at work solicitor. Your specialist solicitor will look for all of the available evidence that can help to build your accident at work claim, such as reports from employees who have suffered from similar accidents, or are otherwise aware of workplace negligence or defective workplace equipment. 
 
Useful evidence to build your accident at work claim can also include: 
 
Medical evidence 
CCTV 
Photographs of the incident scene 
Photographs of your injuries 

How long does an accident at work claim take to settle? 

Workplace personal injury compensation claims can take from weeks from months, to settle. Every personal injury claim is different, and the length of time to settlement, depends upon the injuries sustained. For minor injuries such a whiplash, or soft tissue injuries to the back, neck or shoulders, an initial settlement offer could be received in a number of weeks.  
 
For more serious injuries to the head, brain or spine, resulting in paraplegia, tetraplegia or other permanent debilitating injuries, medical reports from up to five practitioners would be required, and, in order to ensure that any medical report accurately reflects the nature and longevity of your workplace injury, then each report is obtained over a period of months. 
 

Will it cost me anything to make an accident at work claim? 

If you work with MG Legal’s team of specialist accident at work solicitors, and personal injury solicitors, then your claim will be accepted on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. This essentially means that it will not cost you anything to make the claim for financial compensation, and you will not owe us any money unless we successfully win the case on your behalf. Our expert team are able to operate in this way, on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, due to our unmatched success rate of over 99%. For a full overview of this process, and the Conditional Fee Agreement, see here. 

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Can I be sacked for having an accident at work? 

An employer is not legally allowed to dismiss an employee due to them making a legal claim against them, and if they do, then the dismissal will most likely be deemed as automatically unfair legally. 
 
Your employer will have an employer’s liability insurance policy in place for if any of their employees make a personal injury claim for an accident at work. Therefore, if you make a successful claim for financial compensation, then the money will come out of this insurance policy rather than from the pocket of your employer directly. For any further information on this subject, do not hesitate to get in touch with MG Legal’s specialist team of accident at work solicitors, here, for a no-obligation discussion. 

Do I have grounds for an accident at work compensation claim? 

If you have suffered from an injury or illness of any kind while at work, and it was not your fault, you could have grounds to make an accident at work claim for financial compensation. Injuries and illnesses can occur in a number of different accidents at work, and all workplaces have the potential to cause serious injuries to workers and employees when the workplace is not properly maintained and kept safe. 
 
You might not think that your accident at work was serious, and might feel embarrassed about making an accident at work claim for your injuries. However, many people can make large accident at work claims, and obtain significant financial compensation for their injuries, even when they don’t realise how serious their accident at work was. 
If you have suffered from an injury or illness of any kind while at work, and it was not your fault, you could have grounds to make an accident at work claim for financial compensation. Injuries and illnesses can occur in a number of different accidents at work, and all workplaces have the potential to cause serious injuries to workers and employees when the workplace is not properly maintained and kept safe. 
 
You might not think that your accident at work was serious, and might feel embarrassed about making an accident at work claim for your injuries. However, many people can make large accident at work claims, and obtain significant financial compensation for their injuries, even when they don’t realise how serious their accident at work was. 

How can I prove an accident at work claim? 

When you work with MG Legal, you can rest assured that your designated accident at work solicitor in well versed in all of the relevant health and safety and workplace legislation that can be used to build your accident at work claim, and will expertly apply the relevant legislations to your claim. 
 
When it comes the the law surrounding accidents at work, there are a number of legislations that govern workplace safety’s according to the HSE: 
 
The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (HSW Act)- This act requires employers to ensure the health and safety of all employees and anyone who may be affected by their work, so far as is reasonably practicable. This includes taking steps to control slip and trip risks, or any other accidents at work. 
Employees also have a duty not to put themselves or others in danger, and must use any safety equipment provided. 
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999- this group of legislations require employers to assess risks in the workplace (including slip and trip risks) and, where necessary, take action to address them. 
The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992- these regulations require floors in the workplace to be suitable, in good condition and free from obstructions. Employees and all people should be able to move around safely. 

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Can I claim for an accident at work if I am on a zero-hour contract? 

The short answer to this question is yes. Even if you are working on a zero hour contract, you are protected by employment law in the exact same way. This means that if you are involved in an accident at work while employed on a zero hour contract, you can make an accident at work claim for any injuries that you suffer. 
 
Provided that the accident at work was not your fault, or was only partly your fault, you can get in touch with our accident at work solicitors and make an accident at work claim. 

Is my employer to blame for my accident at work? 

No matter what role you do, from office employee, to bus driver, waitress or construction site worker, your employer owes both a common law, and, subject to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, a statutory duty to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all employees, is protected. 
An employer’s duty to their employees includes: 
 
The use of, handling, storage and transportation of articles and substances; 
Maintaining the employees’ place of work, making sure the access and exit, are maintained and in a safe condition; 
Making sure the mental health of employees (including workplace stress) is maintained 
Providing and maintaining of a safe working environment with adequate facilities. 
Making sure the mental health of employees (including workplace stress) is maintained 
The provision of information, instruction, training and supervision necessary for the health and safety of employees; 
All employers with five or more employees must have a written health and safety policy, which must be brought to the notice of all employees. 
As with any occupier of a building, or business premises, your employer also has a duty to those who are not employees, but are invited or allowed onto their place of business, subject the Occupiers Liability Act 1957, or, for those who are not invited, subject to the terms of the Occupiers Liability Act 1984. Both these acts offer less rights to those attending upon your employer’s property, but do afford generous cover for personal injury compensation. 

How can employer’s use risk assessments to prevent accidents at work? 

As previously mentioned, a big part of the responsibility held by employers when it comes to preventing slip, turn and falls and other accident at work claims, is the proper use of regular risk assessments. 
 
For employers, a risk assessment is about taking sensible measures to control the risks in your workplace. Many employers may simply think that they are doing this, but your risk assessment will tell you whether you should be doing more. These risk assessments in the workplace should include employees, and as part of it they should be asked about what they deem to be the important safety risks in the workplace. When these workplace risk assessments are done properly, they can help to identify new measures that could be introduced to reduce risks of accidents at work. 

What is contributory negligence in accident at work claims? 

Contributory negligence accident at work claims are claims made for those who have been injured in an accident at work that was partly their fault. Contributory negligence, or split liability as it is sometimes known, is where both at-faut parties can agree on their share of the claim, and the ratio at which they were to blame, and this determines the amount of financial compensation that they are eligible to. 
 
As an example, if an accident at work claim was worth £100,000, and you are deemed to be 20% to blame for the accident, while your employer was 80% to blame, you would be eligible to £80,000 of financial compensation, before the deduction of legal fees. Many of our clients are surprised to hear about these claims, and were not previously aware that they were able to make an accident at work claim when they were partially to blame for the accident. 
 
To learn more about using contributory negligence in your accident at work claim, get in touch with our specialist accident at work solicitors online here, and hear back from a solicitor within one working hour. 

How long does an accident at work claim take to settle? 

Workplace personal injury compensation claims can take from weeks from months, to settle. Every personal injury claim is different, and the length of time to settlement, depends upon the injuries sustained. For minor injuries such a whiplash, or soft tissue injuries to the back, neck or shoulders, an initial settlement offer could be received in a number of weeks.  
 
For more serious injuries to the head, brain or spine, resulting in paraplegia, tetraplegia or other permanent debilitating injuries, medical reports from up to five practitioners would be required, and, in order to ensure that any medical report accurately reflects the nature and longevity of your workplace injury, then each report is obtained over a period of months. 
 

Will it cost me anything to make an accident at work claim? 

If you work with MG Legal’s team of specialist accident at work solicitors, and personal injury solicitors, then your claim will be accepted on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. This essentially means that it will not cost you anything to make the claim for financial compensation, and you will not owe us any money unless we successfully win the case on your behalf. Our expert team are able to operate in this way, on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, due to our unmatched success rate of over 99%. For a full overview of this process, and the Conditional Fee Agreement, see here. 

Do I need to report an accident at work to make an accident at work claim? 

After being involved in an accident at work, you must report the incident to your employer, and ensure that it is fully recorded in the accident book or log. After doing so, your employer is legally required to report the incident to the Health and Safety Executive via the RIDDOR. 
 
If your employer refuses to do this, or does not have an official accident log for the workplace, then you should send a dated letter detailing the full events to the employer, and keep a record of this letter for yourself. Without a record of the event being reported in any way, it can be more difficult to make an accident at work claim for your injuries. However, it is still possible to make an accident at work claim without this report, as long as a medical report or medical records of your accident at work injuries can be obtained by your accident at work solicitors. Contact MG Legal here for more information. 

Will I get paid if I’m off work sick because of an accident at work? 

In terms of payment from your employer, you are entitled to sick pay in line with your employment contract. On top of this, you could also be entitled to medical care as a part of your employment contract. This sick pay is called Statutory Sick Pay, and you can see more in this here. 
 
If you are an agency work, self-employed, or not entitled to Statutory Sick Pay, then you could claim Universal Credit while off work due to your injuries and accident at work claim. If you have suffered from serious injuries in your accident at work, and are unable to work for a significant amount of time, then our specialist accident at work solicitors can request an interim payment for you, to help support you financially while we progress your claim. See more on this, here. 

Do I need to go to a doctor to make an accident at work claim? 

If you have suffered injuries of any kind from an accident at work, you should always visit your GP or local A&E department as soon as possible. This will allow you to receive the necessary medical treatment for your injuries, and will also create a full medical record of your injuries.  
 
This medical record of your injuries can be particularly helpful in your accident at work claim if, for example, there were no witnesses of the workplace accident, or if there is no record of the accident at work in an accident log. 

Injured in an accident at work that happened offsite: 

For many employees, they will have to travel to different locations as part of their role, and they do not have a permanent place of work. This can be the case for: 
 
Sales workers 
Maintenance workers 
Mobile mechanics 
 
When these people are at work, it might not feel like they are owed a duty of care from their employer when it comes to health and safety, in the same way that those who work in an office are, and they might be unsure as to whether they are still eligible to make a no win no fee accident at work claim. 
 
Still, our accident at work solicitors are here to let you know that even if you are working offsite, or travelling to a different location as part of your job role, your employer owes you a duty of care to carry out safety checks of this new working environment just as they would with the regular workplace. 
 
This includes carrying out risk assessments of the work location, and ensuring that safe working practices are in place for the working operations there. For example, if you are a construction worker moving to new projects regularly, your employer has a responsibility to carry out a risk assessment at each new job. If this does not happen, and you are injured in an accident at work, then you could make a no win no fee accident at work claim for financial compensation with our specialist solicitors. 
 
Simply contact our accident at work solicitors online here for a free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist no win no fee solicitor. 

What if I work in a high-risk industry? 

There is a common misconception in the world of accidents at work, in that many people falsely believe that they are not entitled to make an accident at work claim simply because they work in a high-risk industry, where there are a lot of risks of accidents at work occurring. 
It is true that there are a number of workplaces in which a degree of risk is to be expected, such as farm workers and construction workers. However, this does not mean that all accidents at work in these industries are to be expected, or should be accepted by employees in these workplaces. In high-risk workplaces, it is even more important for all necessary safety measures to be put in place and kept up to date, in order to prevent accidents. Some of these safety measures include risk assessments, safe working procedures, maintaining workplace equipment and machinery, and warning employees of the risks involved in their job role. 
 
No matter what industry you work in, and how high-risk your job role, this does not mean that you should be subject to accidents and injuries at work. If you have been inured in an accident at work that was not your fault, then you could be eligible to make an accident at work claim with our accident at work solicitors. Contact us online today, here, to speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 

My boss told me not to make an accident at work claim, what can I do? 

If your employer is trying to convince you not to make a personal injury claim for an accident at work, then the chances are that this is because they know that they are at fault for the accident, and that it was caused by their negligence.  
 
If you have suffered injuries as a result of an accident at work and the accident was not your fault, you are completely entitled to make a claim for financial compensation. 
 
Your employer has Employer’s Liability Insurance to cover instances such as this, and any money won in your personal injury claim will come from this insurance policy.  

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Reasons your employer could be at fault for your slip, trip, or fall injury: 

When it comes to acts of negligence on the part of employers, and how this can lead to accidents at work, the failure of employers to carry out in depth risk assessments, or their failure to properly respond to the findings, can lead to slip, trip, or falls happening in the workplace which the employer is at fault for. 
 
Some of these reasons for employers being at fault for your slip, trip, or fall injury, include: 
 
Obstruction of paths or fire exits 
 
Potholes or uneven surfaces in the workplace that are not highlighted or dealt with 
Spillages or slippery floors that are not highlighted or dealt with 
Broken stairs or faults stairs 
Broken flooring 
Missing tiles in the workplace 
Insufficient lighting making it difficult to see 

Do you need employers’ liability insurance? 

Yes, employers’ liability insurance is a legal requirement for the large majority of companies. The only exceptions that do not require to have an employers’ liability insurance in place, are: 
 
Family companies where all employees are related 
Public service employers (government department, NHS, etc) 
A business that has only the owner as an employee, or one employee located abroad 
 
An employers’ liability insurance must cover at least up to a value of £5 million in order that accident at work claims, no matter how small or large, can be covered by the policy. 

What can employees do to prevent slip, trip and falls in the workplace: 

What can employees do to prevent slip, trip and falls in the workplace: The HSE have put together a helpful list of actions and precautions that can be carried out by employees in order to prevent accidents from happening in the workplace. 
 
These include: 
If you have an accident or a near miss, make sure you report it to your employer promptly. They can use this information to prevent future accidents. 
 
■ If you see a spillage, clean it up or make arrangements for it to be cleaned. 
■ Report any damaged floors or mats. 
■ Play your part and keep the workplace tidy. 
■ If you see items on the floor where someone could trip over them, remove them 
or arrange for them to be removed or for the situation to be made safe. 
■ If you are given PPE, wear it and look after it. Report any faults or damage to 
your employer and make arrangements for a replacement. 
■ Tell your employer about any work situation that you think is dangerous, or if 
you notice that something has gone wrong with their health and safety arrangements. 

Why should I choose MG Legal for my accident at work claim? 

Our no win no fee solicitors have settled thousands of personal injury compensation claims for clients who have been injured at work. You will be allocated one of our expert personal injury solicitors, and you will only ever deal with that same solicitor, until your claim for personal injury compensation is settled. For a free, no-obligation discussion of your potential accident at work claim for personal injury compensation, contact MG Legal here. 

Slip, trips and falls in the workplace statistics: 

Slips, trips and falls are the one most common cause of workplace injuries in the UK, and they often lead to much more serious accidents involving machinery and manual handling. For 2019/2020, Slips, trips and falls accounted for 29% of the workplace accidents in the UK that were non-fatal, a massive 10% above the second most common type of accident at work, manual handling accidents at work. 

Accident at work statistics: 

If you have suffered an injury at work, and choose to make a claim for personal injury compensation, than you are not alone in doing so. Employers are supposed to follow strict rules and regulations, in order to keep their employees as safe as possible, and free from injury in the workplace. In 2019-20, there were 65,427 non-fatal workplace injuries that were reported by employers to HSE, the most common being a slip, trip or fall accident at work. 
 
Between March 2020 and April 2021, 142 workers sadly suffered fatal injuries in an accident at work. 39 of these 142 workers were in the construction industry, which was the industry that saw the most fatal accidents at work occur. Of the fatal accidents at work, the most common cause was falls from height. 
 
Furthermore, according to the Health and Safety Executive, in 2019-20, 1.6 million people suffered from a work-related illness and 111 were killed at work. More than 2,000 people died from cancers developed from their work and at least 115,000 people had to take more than three days off work following a workplace injury. These figures show just how big of a problem accidents at work are, and how many people are affected by them every year. Suffering an accident at work can be a difficult time, and MG Legal’s accident at work solicitors are here to help you get your life back on track, all at no financial risk to you. Your designated accident at work solicitor will guide you through the process step by step, and ensure that making an accident at work claim is entirely stress-free for you as our client. 
 
To speak to a specialist no win no fee solicitor on a free, no obligation basis simply contact us online here and speak to a local personal injury solicitor within one working hour. 

Why do accidents happen in the workplace? 

If you've been injured at work in the last three years and it wasn't your fault, you may be able to claim compensation. If you are injured by the actions of another employee, then you can make a claim for personal injury against your employer’s public liability insurance. 
 
The most common reasons that accidents at work occur are: 
Spillages not being mopped up 
Open manholes 
Exposed wiring 
If you have any doubt, then contact the experts at MG Legal. We accept all work related personal injury claims, on a No Win No Fee basis, with no financial risk to our clients. 

Can I claim for an accident at work if I am an agency worker? 

Under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act of 1974, all employers have a duty of care to their staff, which is in place to ensure that they are kept safe and to avoid them being injured. 
 
This duty of care accounts for all employees, including agency workers, part-time employees, employees on zero hour contract, and full time employees. Even if you are working with a company through an agency, on a short term basis, they still have a legal requirement to protect you from injury and illness while at work. 
 
When you work as an agency worker, you work for different employers on a temporary basis, and have a working contract with the agency itself. If the necessary measures have not been taken in your workplace as an agency worker, and you have been injured as a result, you could be eligible to make an accident at work claim for financial compensation. Simply contact our team of accident at work solicitors online here, and start your accident at work claim today. 

Can I claim for an accident at work if I am a self-employed contractor? 

If you work on a self-employed basis, your legal rights when it comes to being involved in an accident at work are different to that of a normal employment contract. However, these does not mean that self-employed contractors who are involved in an accident at work are not entitled to financial compensation. 
 
If you are working as a contractor or freelance worker of any kinds, and have signed a contract to the company or business that you are working for, then you could be eligible to make an accident at work claim for any injuries sustained. This is because if you are contracted to work for the company, they have a legal duty of care under the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974. 
You are not entitled to the same level of statutory rights as regular employees as a self-employed worker, but you should still have a legal duty of care from your employer when it comes to health and safety. 
 
If you have been injured in an accident at work as a self-employed worker, do not hesitate to get in touch with our accident at work solicitors today, and speak to a solicitor on a free, no-obligation basis and your potential NO WIN NO FEE accident at work claim. 

Accident at work claim for risk assessment failings: a case study 

In October 2021, an employer was fined £70,000 after an employee lost three fingers while cleaning a piece of machinery at work. The accident took place in September 2019, when an employee at a sports nutrition product supplier was cleaning a screw conveyor. 
 
The investigation into the serious accident at work was carried out by Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which in turn revealed that the company involved had not completed any risk assessments on the machinery, and did not have a safe system of work procedure in place for employees. On top of this, they have provided inadequate training to employees, and had not made them aware of the risks and dangers associated with the machinery that they used. 
Our accident at work solicitors know that this breaches the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 in multiple ways, and that there is no denying that the company involved did not meet the safety standard requirements, leaving them liable for this accident at work. The Health and Safety Executive felt the same way about the accident at work, stating that it ‘could so easily have been avoided’. 
 
Our accident at work solicitors know the importance of employers carrying out regular risk assessments, ensuring safe working practices, and providing adequate safety training to all of their employees. We regularly work with clients to make inadequate training claims, and accident at work claims for a lack of risk assessments. 
 
Not all accidents at work are of this scale, but this does not mean that you aren’t entitled to financial compensation for your accident at work injuries. To speak to an accident at work solicitor today, on a free, no-obligation basis, contact our team online here and hear back from a solicitor within one working hour. 

Employers’ liability insurance explained: 

If you’re looking to make a personal injury claim against a company or business, you might be wondering ‘What is employers' liability insurance?’.  
 
Employers’ liability insurance is simply an insurance policy taken out by employers to be used to compensate any employees who suffer from injury and illness because of an accident at work. This allows employees to make an accident at work claim without worrying that they will financially impact their employer or the company. 

What happens if a business doesn’t have employers’ liability insurance? 

Under the employers’ liability act of 1969, any company in the UK must have an employers’ liability insurance policy valued at least £5 million, except for those exceptions mentioned above. If a company does not have an employers’ liability insurance policy in place, they can be fined up to £2,500 a day. 
 
Your employer must have a certificate on display in the workplace showing their employers’ liability insurance. If you are unaware of your employer’s employers’ liability insurance policy, it can be a good idea to double check with them that the policy is in place and warn them of the possible fines if they don’t. 
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