Accident at Work Facts

  • Injuries are common. In 2021/22, there were 565,000 self-reported non-fatal injuries at work.
  • The most common accidents are:
    • Slips, trips, or falls on the same level (30%)
    • Handling, lifting, or carrying (18%)
    • Struck by a moving object (11%)
    • Acts of violence (9%)
    • Falls from a height (8%)


Injuries can have a significant impact.

  • Physically: Employees may be unable to return to work, which can lead to lost wages and a decrease in income.
  • Financially: Employees may incur medical expenses, such as the cost of hospital bills, doctor’s visits, and prescription drugs.


Employees may be reluctant to make a claim.

  • Fear of losing their job
  • Concern about the financial burden on their employer
  • The time it takes to make a claim


Claim Time is now!

  • Employees cannot be fired for filing an Accident at Work Claim.
  • Employers are required to have liability insurance.
  • The time it takes to make a claim can vary, but most are resolved within a few months.


Contact a Personal Injury Solicitor.

  • A personal injury solicitor can help you with your Accident at Work Claim.
  • They can gather evidence, file your claim, negotiate a settlement, answer your questions, and provide you with support.


If you have been injured at work, do not hesitate to make an Accident at Work Claim.

With the help of a personal injury lawyer, you can get the compensation you deserve.

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