Falls Trips & Slips at Work Claims
Falls from Height, slipping and tripping accidents constitute the single most common source of major injury at work and are estimated to cause over one and a quarter million lost days from work. Falls from height are the most common type of fatal accident in a workplace (23% of all fatal accidents at work in 20011/12) according to the HSE.
Make a Compensation claim
We have had years of experience in pursuing cases involving injuries sustained in falls at Carrs Solicitors and have a particular interest in cases under the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
If you have been injured at work as a result of a fall or a slipping or tripping accident, we can advise you as to whether you will be entitled to claim against your employer's liability insurance for damages on a no win no fee basis.
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Employers have a duty under the Workplace Health Safety and Welfare Regulations 1992 to ensure:
- Floor surfaces and pedestrian traffic routes are of suitable construction and that they kept free from tripping and slipping hazards so far as reasonably practicable
- A safe place of work, safe access to it and competent fellow employees
- Appropriate signs are in place e.g. if the floors are wet and there should be enough light so people can read these signs
How we can help
At Carrs Solicitors, our legal process operates on a no win, no fee basis. Our clientsdo not have to pay any up front payments only a contribution from theirdamages iftheclaim succeeds so they are never out of pocket and keep the vast majority of their awards. As a specialist law firm offering a service dedicated purely to the claimants of work related injuries we offer a very strong chance of being able to win our clients' cases and of recovering the best compensation possible.
If you have suffered injury due to a trip, slip or fall as a result of unsafe conditions in the workplace and would like to speak to a Solicitor who specialises in compensation claims for slipping and tripping accidents at work, we can provide free advice as to the merits of your potential claim for compensation.