Our expert accident at work solicitors helped Miss C make a head injury at work claim in London; thanks to the professional compensation lawyers at Michael Lewin Miss C was awarded £2250.00.

Miss C 22 from South Croydon was at work when a metal bar fell from the wall at hit her on the head. This accident resulted in a nasty head injury for Miss C.

Miss C consulted the experienced accident at work solicitors at Michael Lewin who were able to secure her £2250.00 in compensation. Miss C’s claim was settled quickly by our dedicated team.

Your employer has a duty of care to:

? Prevent any risks to your health.

? Make the workplace a safe environment for you to carry out your work.

? Ensure that all machinery and plant is safe to use.

? Ensure that safe working practises have been set up and are being followed.

? Provide adequate first aid facilities.

? Inform you about any potential hazards involved in the work that you do.

? Set up any emergency plans should an incident or accident occur.

? Make sure that all materials in the workplace are stored handled and used safely.

Should your employer be in breach of any of the above and you have been injured as a result Michael Lewin Solicitors may be able to help you make a claim.

If you think you have a valid head injury at work compensation claim consult Michael Lewin Solicitors in London who will be able to offer you the best advice about proceeding with your claim. Michael Lewin Solicitors will act on your behalf to pursue the maximum amount of compensation you deserve.

Head injuries at work can result in permanent damage to the brain. Appropriate safety equipment should be issued by your employer if you are working in an industry with a high risk of suffering a head injury; i.e. builders should be provided with hard hats.

Under the employers liability act of 1969 most employers are required by law to insure against liability for injury or disease to their employees as a result of doing their job. There is a law called the Employer’s Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act which basically means that your employer has to have liability insurance of an appropriate level to cover against any work related accidents or illnesses. Your employer should have a copy of their liability insurance in the workplace which is available for all staff members to see.Your employer should have a valid and up to date certificate of employer’s liability insurance. On this certificate the minimum lever of cover and the companies covered by the policy should be stated clearly. Just because your employer has a certificate of employer’s liability insurance does not mean that they have the right to ignore health and safety guidelines or make employees use faulty of defective equipment.

If your employer has failed to issue you with the appropriate safety wear you may have a valid head injury at work claim; call Michael Lewin Solicitors in London to get your claim started today on 0844 499 9302.

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