Accidents at Work2019-02-12T08:25:07+00:00

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Accidents at Work

Forster Dean have specialist Solicitors who deal with Accident and Illness at Work Claims and we have previously assisted clients to claim compensation in a range of circumstances, examples including, injuries caused by lifting and manual handling, injuries caused by slips and trips at work, injuries due to lack of training or safety equipment, injuries due to faulty work equipment and also claims for Vibration white finger or Repetitive Strain Injury.

Whatever the type of accident or injury sustained Forster Dean can help. A compensation claim can provide you with the money you need to get back on your feet or pay for care and rehabilitation. It also means that you can stop worrying about financial problems and focus on recovering from your illness or injury and can highlight a problem in the workplace or in your employer’s procedures that needs to be addressed to prevent others from suffering a similar injury.

Now is the time to take the first step towards claiming appropriate compensation – getting you what you deserve. Speak to us today on 0808 278 5363 to find out how we can help. Our office doors are open should you wish to stop by to discuss your claim, or you can even get in touch with us using our online form.

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