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Types of Accidents

Types Of Accidents Which Can Result In Personal Injury Claims

These can include the following:

· Accidents at Work

Employers have a duty to provide employees with a safe workplace and with suitable equipment which is appropriate for every task. Your workplace should have a regular risk assessment to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries happening. Unfortunately, personal injury in the work place is common.

When accident s do occur they include:

Trips and slips

– Hit by an object, such as ladders or shelving

– Fallen from a height

– Accidents involving machinery

– Burns, scalding accidents

– Crush injuries

– Fatalities

Other accident types include:

· Amputation Claims

· Car and Road Traffic Accidents

· Accidents on public transport

· Cycling Accident Claims

· Serious trauma injuries

· Motorcycling claims

· Loss of sight

Making a claim

You have three years from the date of the accident to make your claim.

Care, Treatment and Interim Payments

It may be beneficial for you to call us, as soon as possible, as recommended treatment can be arranged with medical specialists to help with your recovery. Interim financial payments may also be arranged and advice on benefits available to you.

If you wish to discuss a personal injury claim with us please call 020 7485 8811 or complete the email enquiry form to arrange a convenient time for us to contact you.

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