Work Injury

  Results: 1 to 7 of about 7 for Work Injury in Mast Business Directory.

Bolt Burdon Kemp  Call 020 7288 4800
Leading law firms in the UK dealing with work injury compensation for employees like injury caused by an accident at work, eg falling off scaffolding or getting trapped in machinery.
Providence House, Providence Place, Islington, London, N1 0NT   (1203)

California Work Injury  Call 714.541.9000
Orange County Workers Compensation Lawyer Maurice L. Abarr will represent you in your effort to get your life back. He will challenge your employer and its insurance carrier to provide you, the injured worker, with compensation or benefits.
Santa Ana and Riverside California   (1204)

Composite Assistance Ltd  Call 0808 131 0247
Seeking Compensation for an Injury you sustained in a road accident 2 years prior, or an injury at work claim, car crash injury claims, then Bionic can help. Lawyers for deal with nearly all kind of non fault injury claims. Take a look at site for more details.
Suffolk House, Trade St, Cardiff, CF10 5DT   (1201)

Hoyt & Hoyt, PC  Call (973) 292-2299
Lawyers providing experienced personal injury, workers' compensation, and criminal defense services to clients throughout Northern New Jersey and the counties of Hudson, Essex, Union, Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Sussex etc.
1776 On The Green, 67 Park Place Morristown, New Jersey 07960   (1202)

Initiative Legal Group  Call 310.556.5637
Initiative Legal Group is a law firm based in Los Angeles. ILG prosecutes class actions on behalf of employees, consumers, and others who have had their rights violated.
1800 Century Park E Ste 250, Los Angeles, CA 90067, USA   (7421)

Work Injury Compensation  Call 1300-662-696
Work Injury Compensation helps clients get compensation settlement payouts for accidents and injuries at work. Free legal advice and a "no win no fee" policy. Visit site for more details.
PO BOX 924, Coolangatta, QLD 4225   (1200)

Workplace Accident Claim   Call 01392 314086
UK based solicitors firm offering legal support to recover successful workplace accident claim or car accident claim.
Mark Thompson Law, 1 Emperor Way, Exeter Business Park, Exeter, EX1 3QS., UK   (6496)

Business owners: how to protect yourself from accident claims?

With the wide availability of ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors these days, it has never been easier for employees to successfully chase compensation hen involved in accidents in the workplace.

Medical solicitors have the expertise to win claimants very significant awards, so it is incredibly important for business owners to learn how to keep their employees safe, and thereby protect themselves from these accident claims. This article has been written to advise you how to do so.

Be vigilant right from the start

It is very important that you make it clear that you are an employer who takes safety in the work environment very seriously, right from the start, when you’re hiring individual employees.

You should stress how important you think work safety is even during interviews with potential employees, and, if necessary, make sure that they are accredited with all the relevant safety courses and programmes and they know what they’re doing.

If you come off as flippant or not particularly fussed about safety, it may plant a seed in certain employees’ minds. They may slip into complacency, while some may even take advantage of what seems to be a lax institutional attitude. Either way, the risk of having a claim made against you will certainly go up.

Don’t leave any room for errors on your part

When you’re assigning tasks to employees, make sure you outline every single risk involved, and all the precautions they should take. If necessary, attend the task with them to supervise, and make sure they’re doing things right and not putting themselves in any danger.

You have to be fair with things like these; obviously, you would have made sure that your work environment is safe and hazard-free, but you also have to make sure that your employees don’t make stupid mistakes and put themselves and others at risk with an industrial accident of some sort.

Pay attention to the details if an accident does occur

When an accident occurs, an employee is supposed to notify his or her employer, record all the evidence of the accident and then seek medical assistance. It is your duty to make sure all of these requirements have been satisfied.

Nobody wants unwarranted difficulties when it comes to work accidents, so you have to make sure the rules are being followed.

If an employee didn’t notify you of an accident, and the accident scene was cleaned up without your knowledge, this may mean that their compensation claim will be unsuccessful.

Perform routine checks on health and safety

Again, it’s your duty as an employer to make sure your employees are constantly aware of things like emergency drills and so on. Make sure things like fire drills and practice-runs are performed regularly.