To make a claim for compensation relating to a Finger (and/or) Fingers injury at work Michael Lewin Leeds can be there to help with an experienced team of solicitors.
Your employer has a duty to protect you and tell you about health and safety issues that affect you. They also have a legal obligation to report certain accidents and incidents and to pay you sick pay if you are entitled to it. Your employer has to carry out a risk assessment and do what’s needed to take care of the health and safety of employees and visitors. This includes deciding how many first-aiders are needed and what kind of first-aid equipment and facilities should be provided.
Mr P Suffered burns to his hand when he came into contact with a metal container; this caused severe discomfort and left our client in some distress.
Michal Lewin can work on a no win no fee basis recovering for you all of the money that you deserve. We can keep you updated through out the claim meaning you know exactly what stage of proceedings you are at.
Every UK employer has a duty of care. This is critical to the health safety and general welfare of all employees. Not all employers are aware of the implications of the duty of care. But it doesn?t matter how small a business happens to be. Where there’s any member of staff there is a duty of care responsibility.
An employer should have a person who deals with health and safety matters. This person must be legally competent. In other words that person should have the ability to understand the concerns around health and safety.
Have you hurt a finger and/or your fingers resulting in injury after an accident at work? Here at Michael Lewin we can provide you with a professional hard working and reliable service meaning you don?t have to worry about a thing.
Employers do have to keep to a strict duty of care making sure all employees are not put at risk on occasions like the above Michael Lewin are able to provide the correct advice for you moving forward to ensure that everything.
All employers? duty of care to their employees means they have to provide competent staff a safe working environment the correct equipment and a safe system of work.
Section 16 of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 permits Approved Codes of Practice which explains different practises acceptable for different working environments. The Approved Codes of Practice can be used as an indication for the courts as to whether the actions of the employer were safe.
An employer can only escape liability if they can prove that they have exercised reasonable care.
So if you are looking for compensation regarding anything relating to fingers and any other injuries sustained at work you can with Michael Lewin Solicitors; Leeds: 0844 499 9302