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Accident At Work Claim

If you have been injured at work that was not your fault, you may be able to claim compensation

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My solicitor Jade was absolutely fantastic! She was always very quick to reply to my emails and got my claim through as quick as she could, I couldn’t ask for someone as helpful and as nice natured as Jade

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"Solicitor, Louise Hamblin was fantastic handling my personal injury claim with a no nonsense approach. I was never ambushed by telephone calls, just polite emails stating the facts once my evidence was provided. I received more than expected in monetary terms within 9 months from start to finish. Great experience - would highly recommend"

VB, Truspilot

"Dean was the file handler in my case, he was brilliant and extremely helpful! He got me the outcome I hoped for and would definitely recommend him and this firm."

RH, Truspilot

"They provide great service and support when going through a very stressful time and really guide you through every step concisely. Very professional in every way and grateful to have them represent me. Would recommend them to anyone."

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Legal experts will fight to recoup your loss of earnings, medical expenses and care costs to get your life back on track. Check to see if you are eligible.

Who Can Make An Accident At Work Claim?

If you have been injured at work due to your employer's negligence within the last 2 years, you may be eligible to file a claim. Employers are obligated to ensure the safety and well-being of their employees by adhering to stringent health and safety regulations. If you suffer an injury because your employer fails to fulfil these responsibilities, you have the right to seek compensation. Even if your injuries are caused due to the negligence of a colleague, you are still eligible to make a claim against your employer

A work-related accident refers to a physical injury resulting from an activity carried out in the workplace. An example of the kind of accident-at-work claims we deal with are:

Slips, trips, and falls caused by wet or uneven floors, loose cables, or faulty equipment.

Manual handling injuries such as injuries caused by lifting heavy items without being given proper training or lifting aids


Injuries caused by a lack of proper training, faulty equipment, or a work colleague’s actions


Burns, scars and lacerations


Falls from height


Head and brain injuries


Scaffolding accidents


Forklift truck accidents


Electric shocks


Kitchen accidents


Farm accidents 

It is ultimately your employer's responsibility for your health and safety in the workplace. Check to see if you are eligible.

Legal Experts

You need legal representation to claim. The lawyers we use are uniquely placed to handle large corporate cases and have a long track record.

Simple Process

Making a claim is simple. With just a few details we can check your eligibility and start your claim.

No Win, No Fee

You are only charged after the claim has been won and you have your compensation. If you lose, you pay nothing!

Free Assessment

Experienced lawyers will discuss your situation and give you advice

Complete A Quick Form

Complete a quick online form to start your assessment

Claim Compensation

Our partnered legal team will represent you to claim your compensation

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Use

We have access to well-reviewed major solicitor firms all of whom have experience with this type of claim. We are also an FCA-regulated company, which ensures legitimacy and adds extra protection to you as a client.  

What do I need to do before making a claim?

The first step is to report the accident to your employer or supervisor as soon as possible. Your employer may have specific procedures for reporting workplace accidents.

You should also seek medical attention immediately. Your health and safety should be your top priority, and it will also be needed as evidence for your claim

Is my injury serious enough to claim?

Generally, if your injury lasted at least 6 weeks, or you are still injured and it is expected to, then we can help.


Can I still claim if the injury happened a long time ago?

As long as it happened in the last two years you should be able to claim. However, the earlier the better. This is because the evidence and any witness recollection will be more recent and more reliable.

Don’t miss out on £1,000’s in compensation you could be entitled to. Check whether you are eligible now

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