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Accident at Work Claims

According to HSE (Health and Safety Executive), 561,000 workers reported they had sustained non-fatal injuries in the workplace in 2022/2023. There were also another 60,645 non-fatal injuries reported by employers under RIDDOR for the same period. Sadly another  135 workers lost their lives due work related accidents.  Estimates are based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey, of people who worked in the last 12 months. If you, yourself, have had an accident at work that wasn’t your fault, you may be eligible to make an injury at work claim.

If you’ve suffered an injury due to a workplace accident, consider reaching out to the dedicated team at Tylers Solicitors. With our expertise in personal injury claims, we offer our no win, no fee legal services throughout the UK.

To start your accident at work compensation claim, get in touch with our team immediately. You can reach our experienced team of no win, no fee solicitors by calling us on freephone 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can email us at, or simply fill out our online contact form.

How Do Accidents at Work Happen?

Accidents are an unfortunate reality in life, and they can occur just as frequently in the workplace. Work-related accidents, particularly warehouse accidents, are among the most prevalent. What makes workplace accidents especially distressing is that employees should rightfully expect a safe environment while carrying out their duties.

Employers have a duty of care, and as such, must take every precaution to ensure they provide a safe working environment for all their employees. It is also their responsibility to provide them with adequate training, and equip them with the appropriate safety equipment. Failing to fulfil these obligations could result in liability if an accident does occur, potentially leading to compensation claims for the injured party.

According to HSE, in 2023 the main causes of workplace injuries were as follows: 

  • Slips,Trips and Falls 32%
  • Injuries resulting from handling or lifting 17%
  • Workers being struck by vehicles 11%
  • Falls from height 8%
  • Injuries as a result of acts of violence 8% 

If you feel you have suffered injury in the workplace as a result of the negligence of your employer or a colleague, we can help. Our dedicated team can provide further details and guidance on pursuing compensation for an accident on a no win no fee basis. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today for more information.

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    What Accidents At Work Can I Claim Compensation For?

    An accident at work involving your employer or the company you work for can be devastating. Even if you are not injured in the immediate aftermath of an accident, you may suffer financial losses for time off work and diminished employment prospects as a result of complications, treatments and rehabilitation.

    Accidents at work cover a broad spectrum of circumstances, these could include:

    • A slip or fall at work.
    • Being struck by a falling object at work.
    • An accident involving dangerous machinery or equipment in the workplace.
    • Manual Handling and Lifting accidents

    Tylers Solicitors are here for you no matter what the circumstances. We can fight for the compensation you deserve if you suffer from an industrial accident because of an employer’s negligence or if Health & Safety breaches lead to a fall from height.

    Workplaces that are unsafe or do not take the correct safety precautions can be very dangerous places. If you are unfortunate enough to have been injured at work, you can count on Tylers to deliver expert legal advice on a no-win-no-fee basis.

    How Can Tylers Help Me Make Accident at Work Compensation Claim?

    As an accident at work solicitor, we understand that knowing where you stand with an injury from work can be a lot to take in. Rest assured, we aim to help you no matter if you have suffered a common work-related accident from office equipment or a food burn from a kitchen. Whatever the accident may be, if your employer disciplines or fires you, you can also make a claim against them for unfair dismissal.

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    Could I Claim for Slips, Trips and Falls in the Workplace?

    Whilst slips trips and falls can happen anywhere, it is no more common than in the workplace where an employee can sustain a injury just about anywhere on the body, even small injuries such as a metatarsal injury that you may consider insignificant that may later become a burden as a result of a workplace accident can be a claim for compensation. This is why it is important upon seeking medical advice that your injuries are documented so there is proof that a foot injury occurred and you have solid evidence for a slip trip and fall claim.

    How Long Do I Have to Make an Accidents at Work Claim?

    As a general rule, you should make an accident at work claim no more than three years after the event; this is known as the limitation period. However, there are a couple of exceptions to this which are: 

    • If you were under 18 at the time of the accident, you will have until your 21st birthday to bring forward a claim.
    • If you don’t have the mental capacity to make a claim yourself, the limitation period could be suspended.

    The sooner you begin proceedings, the greater chance you have of making a successful claim. Over time, evidence can be lost and successfully proving your eligibility for compensation can be more difficult. If you think you may be entitled to claim after being injured in an accident at work, don’t delay – contact our solicitors today on 0800 699 0079 or via our online contact form and we’ll be happy to help!

    What Should I Do Following an Accident at Work?

    If you have experienced an injury at work, seek medical attention immediately. You may receive treatment from a qualified first-aider, or, if the injury is more serious, an ambulance crew or doctor.

    You should also report the incident to your workplace manager at the earliest opportunity.The incident should then be entered into the accident book. Your employer has a duty of care to ensure that you are safe from immediate danger and receive appropriate medical attention as soon as possible. The sooner you’ve reported the accident, the better. 

    Once you have been treated for your injuries, you should get in touch with a reputable accident at work solicitors. Here at Tylers Solicitors, we have helped people affected by all manner of workplace injuries to claim the compensation they are entitled to. Get in touch with our experienced team today on 0800 699 0079.


    If you’re looking for a trusted Personal Injury Solicitors in Manchester, UK provider of no-win, no-fee legal services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today! Our experienced team will work with you to get the maximum amount of compensation you’re entitled to, following any kind of injury that isn’t your fault!
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    Compensation Amounts

    Workplace Accidents Compensation Amounts

    The amount of compensation that you could be entitled to depends on the severity of the injuries you’ve sustained. The more serious your accident at work injuries, the more you could be entitled to. Use our quick accidents at work compensation claim calculator to discover how much compensation you could be entitled to.

    Heavy Lifting Injuries

    Heavy lifting injuries are a common kind of accidents at work. Heavy lifting injuries can include specific bodily injuries, and long-term physical conditions, such as chronic pain.

    Up to £73,360

    Industrial Accident Compensation Amounts

    If you’ve suffered due to an industrial accident, you may be able to claim a compensation. These can include broken limbs, or even amputations, caused by diggers, cranes and other industrial equipment.

    £2,000 to £300,000

    Slips, Trips and Falls at Work Compensation Amounts

    If you’ve suffered a slip, trip or fall in the workplace that wasn’t your fault, Tylers is here for you. Whether you’ve slipped on an unmarked wet surface, tripped over a hazard or fallen due to an unmarked step or health and safety failures, get in touch today. You could be entitled to claim slip, trip and fall compensation in the workplace!

    Up to £307,000

    Chemical Accidents at Work Compensation Amounts

    If you’ve suffered burns or other reactions to chemicals at work, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. These injuries can include minor burns to serious reactions and even the development of long-term conditions.

    Up to £91,910

    Accident at Work Claim FAQs

    How Much Compensation Will I Get for an Accident at Work Claim?

    At Tyler Solicitors, we frequently work with accident claims around the UK to help claimants pursue their rights for compensation. With a specialist warehouse accident solicitor, we will ensure your injuries are assessed through a professional medical expert. The more severe your injuries, the more you will be able to claim for.

    How Can You Tell if I Have Had an Injury as a Result an Accident at Work?

    If you have suffered an injury at work, you should always report it immediately. You should also take notes regarding the exact circumstances surrounding the accident and if anyone witnessed your accident, at an appropriate time, and take any details from those individuals confirming the events. The extent of your injuries will also be documented in your medical records if your injuries were bad enough that you had to seek medical treatment. As a team of solicitors, it is our job to piece together the documentation and defend your case against your employer. We may ask you to seek a medical on behalf of your case to further document any of your injuries.

    Is Tylers Solicitors a No-Win, No-Fee Accident at Work Compensation Claims Solicitor?

    Yes – Tylers Solicitors are no-win, no-fee accident claims solicitors. Simply put, if the accident at work claim in question is lost, we do not charge you a fee. To find out more about our no-win, no-fee accident claims or to discuss a potential claim with our legal team, please contact us today for friendly, no obligation advice.

    Who Can Make a Compensation Claim for an Accident at Work?

    Yes – Tylers Solicitors are no-win, no-fee accident claims solicitors. Simply put, if the accident at work claim in question is lost, we do not charge you a fee. To find out more about our no-win, no-fee accident claims or to discuss a potential claim with our legal team, please contact us today for friendly, no obligation advice.

    How long Will it Take to Settle My Claim for Accident at Work Compensation?

    Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer to this question.The timeframe can vary depending on a number of different factors. These include things like: 

    The severity of your injury; more severe injuries that require extensive medical treatment can often take longer to settle than minor injury claims that can be relatively straightforward. 

    Whether the other party disputes the claim or not: If the other party admits liability a compensation amount can usually be agreed by negotiation avoiding the need to go to court. This expedites the procedure and usually means a quicker settlement. In more complex cases where the other party disputes liability things will naturally take longer especially if court proceedings are involved. 

    To help ensure you get your claim settled as soon as possible it is better to use the services of a professional no win, no fee solicitors. If you speak to our team they will be able to advise you how to proceed in the best way to get your claim settled as soon as possible.

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