Mr H made a facial injury compensation claim after he was hit in the face with a crate by a co-worker; Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds helped Mr H pursue his case and were pleased to be able to secure him the compensation he deserved.

Mr H was at work when he sustained an injury to his face. A colleague accidentally hit him in the face with some crates. The injury was painful and Mr H was left with a sore face as a result of the accident.

Accidents at work happen all the time sometimes they are just simple accidents as a result of an error made solely by the person having the accident. Some accidents at work happen because of the negligence of the person or persons responsible for the safety of the employees in the workplace.

The health and Safety at Work Act was passed by Parliament in 10974. The Act was bought in to cover an employer’s health and safety responsibilities at work. In the Act it states that it is an employer’s responsibility to tell employees about any potential hazards in the workplace including if they involve working with chemicals and hazardous substances. Employers are also responsible for the information instructions training and supervision of employees who are coming into contact with any hazards in the workplace.

If you have suffered a facial injury at work through the fault of a third party you may be able to make a compensation claim; the friendly staff at Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds are happy to go through the details of your claim over the phone and tell you whether or not it is work pursuing.

Facial injuries can be very nasty and the face is one of the only places on the body where you cannot conceal a scar if the injury has left you with one. Facial injuries do not just cause physical injuries quite often a victim of a facial injury can be left with psychological damage too if they cannot accept the way their looks have changed. Facial injuries can change lives irreparably if the damage to the face is severe.

People who work in industries that involve using chemicals such as acid have to be very careful to avoid facial injuries from splashing. Employers in companies that deal with such hazardous substances should always ensure that their employees have been provided with the appropriate equipment and training.

If you want to make a facial injury compensation claim speak to one of the experts at Michael Lewin Solicitors in Leeds on: 0844 499 9302.

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