Like road traffic accidents, even work related accidents are very common these days. But, there's a difference that very few of them are actually presented for compensation claims. The reason is very obvious that the majority of people stay afraid of going against their employers. They reluctantly bear the physical and financial pains of personal injuries received from accidents and do not dare to go for work accident claims. Practically, it is nothing short of watching the wrongs happening in the daylight and keeping mum in the name of raising voices against it. Somewhere this situation can blame also to unawareness of employees that their employers are responsible for ensuring a safe working environment at the workplace. No matter what occupation or industry you are in, you employer is bound to abide by the norms of 'duty of care'. It means that employers have the onus of doing anything and everything, that is practical, to ensure the welfare of their employees and if they fail to do so, they are breaking the rules of employee welfare.
When and how to get ahead with work accident compensation claims?
If you or someone else you are familiar with have happened to receive personal injuries at workplace and this was caused by the negligence on employers' part, you are entitled to opt for work accident claims. If you are not aware of the procedures involved, you can consult solicitors to seek advice on the matter. They will guide you through all the steps involved in work accident claims and will assist you in getting compensation for the personal injuries you received and their expert solicitors will help you win 100% compensation on No Win No Fee basis.
Will I have to lose my job if I opt for work accidents claims?
According to law, an employer cannot sack an employee only because he or she opted for work accident claims. If the employer does so, it is an unfair dismissal and absolutely wrong in the eyes of the law. Hence, you can get yourself assured that it will not become the reason for losing your job.
Why Should I seek compensation for an accident at work?
If there was an accident at work and it resulted in your personal injuries, you should always get ahead to seek compensation. Supposing you do not claim, you will have to sit back at your home without a flow of income and even if you risk getting back to work early, you might be playing with your health. But if you step ahead and go for a work accident claim, you will win compensation that will relieve you from financial burdens and at the same time, it will allow you the required set of time to get healed and relaxed. Moreover, by putting forward a claim you are making the organization vigilant of 'duty of care'. It will ultimately ensure that the same accident does not happen with any of your colleagues in future.