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NO WIN NO FEE Crush Injury Claims 

Crush injuries are a common type of injury found in accidents at work, and can be extremely painful for those who suffer from them. 
 
As with all accidents at work, a number of crush injuries occurring at work happen because of the negligent actions of others, whether an employer or another member of staff.  
 
If you have suffered from crush injuries in an accident at work in the last three years, that was not your fault, you could make a NO WIN NO FEE crush injury at work claim with MG Legal. 
 
Get in touch with our specialist solicitors, here, to get the ball rolling on your claim for financial compensation today. 

Suffered a Crush Injury at work in the last 3 years?  Call 01772 783314 

What is a crush injury? 

A crush injury occurs when a particular part of the body is crushed under a significant amount of force. Crush accidents can lead to a number of injuries, including: 
 
Nerve damage crush injury claims 

Am I eligible to make a crush injury claim for an accident at work? 

If you have suffered from a crush injury at work in the last three years, and it was not your fault, you could make a crush injury at work claim for financial compensation. In order to be eligible to make a crush injury at work claim, you must be able to prove two things. 
 
That the accident at work was caused by the negligence of somebody else, whether you employer or another employee 
That this accident at work directly led to your crush injuries 
 
Provide that our accident at work solicitors believe that we can prove these two things in your crush injury at work claim, we will accept your claim on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. Contact our accident at work solicitors today, here, for a free, no-obligation discussion of your potential crush injury at work claim. 

How to make an accident at work crush injury claim? 

If you are considering making a crush injury at work claim, the most important step to get in touch with a specialist accident at work solicitors, such as MG Legal. No two accident at work claims are the same, and there is no saying how long it will take your designated accident at work solicitor to build your crush injury claim. 
 
Because of this, we would always advise that you reach out to a specialist accident at work solicitor as soon as possible, and find one that is right for you. 
 
Get in touch with MG Legal’s accident at work solicitors today for a free, no-obligation discussion of your potential claim, and hear back from a solicitor within one working hour. 
 
If we accept your crush injury at work claim we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis, allowing you to make a claim at no financial risk. 

What can I claim for in an accident at work crush injury claim? 

All personal injury claims, including crush injury at work claims, are broken down into two parts, and include a number of different damages and compensation amounts. 
 
Crush injury at work claims are made up of: 
 
General damages- compensation for the pain and suffering of your injuries, based on the type and severity of the injuries 
 
Special damages- compensation for any other financial losses associated with your injuries and how it has impacted your life. This can include: 
 
Lost earnings from your crush injury at work 
Potential lost earnings due to your crush injury at work 
Medication costs for your crush injury at work 
Travel costs associated with your crush injury at work 

How much is my crush injury claim for an accident at work worth? 

No two crush injury at work claims are the same, and therefore they will not be calculated or valued in the same way. The majority of the financial compensation making up many crush injury at work claims comes from the special damages aspect of the claim, which is calculated on an entirely individual basis based on how the injuries have impacted your life as a whole. 
 
In terms of the other aspect of the claim, the general damages, this value depends on the type of injuries that you have sustained and the severity of them. To learn more about the value of your specific crush injury at work claim, simply contact our accident at work solicitors here for a free, no-obligation discussion. 

What are the common causes of crush injury at work claims? 

Crush injuries at work can occur for a number of reasons, and multiple acts of workplace negligence can lead to accidents causing crush injuries. 
 
Some of the most common causes of crush injuries at work include: 
 
Dangerous machinery- common in factories and warehouses, and construction sites, when proper training is not provided on dangerous machinery it can lead to workers entanglement in machinery, or the machinery falling on the worker 
 
Falling objects at work- another common cause of crush injuries at work are falling objects in workplaces, often leading to head injuries and foot injuries 
 
Work vehicle crush injuries- when daggers, forklift trucks, and farm vehicles are used in a workplace environment, there is a risk of people becoming trapped between the vehicle and another surface, people’s feet being crushed under the work vehicle, or work vehicles falling on top of employees causing crush injuries 

Crush injuries from workplace machinery: 

When it comes to crush injuries from workplace machinery, there are a number of different causes and reasons for these accidents occurring in the first place. 
 
 
If you have been suffered crush injuries while using machinery of any kind, no matter how big or small, and do not believe that you were given proper training in how to use the machinery, you could claim financial compensation in a crush injury at work claim. 
 
Our accident at work solicitors settle many crush injury at work claims for clients who have not been given adequate training for the machinery that they use at work. 
 
You are not in the wrong for using the machinery incorrectly, and your employer had a legal duty to provide proper training to you in how to use the machinery. To speak to an accident at work solicitor about your crush injury at work claim caused by improper training, contact us online today, here, for a free, no-obligation chat with a solicitor. 

Trapped finger crush injury at work claims: 

Our fingers are arguably our most valuable body parts, and are used for almost everything that we do, from eating, to driving, to working. 
 
If you have suffered from a trapped finger crush injury at work that was not your fault, you could claim financial compensation for your injuries with our accident at work solicitors. 
 
Simply contact us online here and hear back from an accident at work solicitor within one working hour for a free, no-obligation discussion of your potential claim. 

How long do I have to make an accident at work crush injury claims? 

As is the case with most accident at work claims, you have three years within which to make a crush injury at work claim after the date of the accident. This is subject to the 1980 Limitation Act. 
 
If you were not aware of the injuries that you suffered until a later day, this becomes known as the date of knowledge, and the three year period starts instead from this date. 
 
While three years may seem like a long period of time to file an accident at work claim, there is no saying how long a particular claim will take to build, or how long it will take our accident at work solicitors to gather all of the medical and legal evidence available. 
 
Because of this uncertainty, our specialist accident at work solicitors would advise all potential clients to reach out to us as soon as possible, so that we can get to work on building your crush injury at work claim, and obtain the maximum financial compensation available for you as our client. 

Will I have to go to court to make an accident at work crush injury claim? 

When we think of personal injury claims, many of us think of a court battle with an intimidating judge involved. However, generally speaking, only about 5% of personal injury claims end up in court. 
 
The vast majority of accident at work claims are settled outside of court, and liability is admitted long before it gets to the stage of court proceedings. This allows our clients to achieve financial compensation without having to step foot in a courtroom. 
 
While our accident at work solicitors know that clients would generally much rather settle out of court, and we do everything in our power to ensure that this is the case, we are not afraid to go to court for our clients and fight tooth and nail in order to win their cases and obtain financial compensation on their behalf.  
 
Depending on the size of the crush injury claim, it is often not necessary for the claimant to attend the court proceedings themselves. For more information on your specific crush injury claim, contact our accident at work solicitors, here. 

Make a NO WIN NO FEE accident at work crush injury claim with MG Legal: 

If MG Legal accept your crush injury claim, we will do so on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. Working in this way allows our clients to make a crush injury claim at no financial risk. This means that if we do not succeed in your crush injury claim, and win financial compensation on your behalf, then you do not owe us a penny. 
 
Our accident at work solicitors are able to operate in this way because of our success rate, which is in excess of 99% for all of the personal injury claims that we take on. To learn more about our work, read a collection of our reviews, here. 
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