Accident at work claims
Accidents can happen anywhere – in the office, in the factory, out on site or at a client's premises. Wherever the injury occurred, we will advise you on whether a claim can be made against your employer and/or those in charge of the premises or site. You don't have to be an employee.
The workplace is very heavily regulated and employers are under stringent duties to make sure that employees and sub-contractors are safe while they are in the course of their work. Employers must assess the risk posed to their employees by their work and they are required to take steps to minimise or eliminate those risks. Regulations aim to ensure that workers are provided with a safe system of work, a safe place of work, safe work equipment, competent fellow employees and appropriate training. If your employer has failed to meet these obligations and you have sustained an injury as a result, you are likely to have a claim.
These rules apply to employees but they can also apply to self-employed sub-contractors.
All workers (whether employees or sub-contractors) are owed a general duty of care by those responsible for premises or a site, to make sure the working environment is safe.
To find out whether we can help you with a claim please contact us.
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Taylor Vinters is a first tier firm. The level of service is excellent, and the team highly professional at Taylor Vinters which remains at the forefront of high-value claims, particularly those involving brain injuries. Paul Tapner and his associates are praised for their sensitivity.