Our client was attending college when he suffered a car accident; whether you are injured in work or in a public place Michael Lewin are dedicated to getting you the maximum compensation we can.
Mr W from Hartlepool was attending college near his home and he injured his hand after a car engine fell on it. Our client was only 17 when the accident happened at college in March. As the accident was not his fault he decided to make a claim for compensation using the team at Michael Lewin to get him compensation.
If like Mr W you have been the unfortunate victim of an accident which wasn?t your fault Michael Lewin’s team will endeavour to give you their expertise on a no win no fee basis. We guarantee not to charge up-front fees or to deduct anything from the compensation you are awarded.
To receive the full 100% compensation; come to Michael Lewin today. If you have been injured in a car accident at work and you need compensation Michael Lewin’s dedicated public liability or work accident solicitors will be delighted to help you.
The Health and safety at work 1974 is by no means an exhaustive act other additional acts have also been introduced as supplements to enhance it such as the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98). These additions are very much more niche to certain sectors of employment law which employers of office workers will rarely if ever need to deal with. Employers who have manual workers or who have workers who need to use machinery which is inherently dangerous can usually find more exhaustive requirements by asking a law firm or by doing a check for their legal obligations online. Another set of workers who require separate working requirements includes agricultural workers and workers who are around things such as coal dust and loud noises.
Adequate information training and instruction is required for all workers but this is not a set amount. This will be dependent on the age and competency of the employees; for new processes or young/inexperienced employees the supervision will need to be on a far more frequent basis than for established working procedures. Also training to use a computer can allow mistakes which will not be costly in terms of employee’s physical well-being but mistakes cannot be allowed to happen when younger workers are in charge of welding equipment or large electrically powered blades.
Section 3 requires the employer to ensure that people not employed but who could be affected by his operation are not placed at risk. The general public customers visitors or contractors attending the site might need training or supervision to minimise the risk to their health and safety while on site or relevant personal protective equipment (PPE) along with training on how to use it correctly may need to be provided.
Michael Lewin can help you if you are involved in a car accident at work; call 0844 499 9302 today for compensation.