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Claim Work Assault Compensation - No Win No Fee

Find out if you have a work assault claim. Online compensation calculator. Step-by-step guide. Claim compensation now. Open 7 days til late.

Claim Work Assault Compensation - No Win No Fee

Find out if you have a work assault claim. Online compensation calculator. Step-by-step guide. Claim compensation now. Open 7 days til late.

The Risks in Making an Injury Claim Against an Employer

An employee has a right to claim compensation from an employer if the employer failed in its duty of care. But is there any risk in claiming? Find out more.

The Risks in Making an Injury Claim Against an Employer

An employee has a right to claim compensation from an employer if the employer failed in its duty of care. But is there any risk in claiming? Find out more.

The Risks in Making an Injury Claim Against an Employer

An employee has a right to claim compensation from an employer if the employer failed in its duty of care. But is there any risk in claiming? Find out more.

How do I Claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit?

Anyone who has sustained a disability as a result of a work-related injury or illness may be able to claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit. Here's how.

Who Pays Injury Compensation - the Employer or their Insurer?

Work injury compensation is almost always paid by an employer's liability insurer, not the employer themselves. Find out more.

What are the Working Time Regulations 1998?

The Working Time Regulations 1998 put limits on the number of hours that an employee should work each week and defines minimum rest periods between shifts.

What Are the Weight-Lifting Restrictions in the Workplace?

Manual handling regulations address safe lifting at work, but they don't set specific weight restrictions. How does the law work & what if you are injured?

Should I Set Up a Personal Injury Trust?

Many claimants are shocked to learn that their benefits may be affected if they receive compensation. The solution may be to set up a PI trust. Here's how.

RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences)

RIDDOR enables the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to gather information about serious work-related accidents and to investigate risks. Read more.

Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999

MHSWR puts a duty on employers to assess and manage risks to their employees and others, to prevent work accidents and work-related illness. Read more.

Can I Make an Injury Claim Against a Work Colleague?

If you were injured at work due to the actions of a colleague, a personal injury claim would usually be made against the employer. Find out more.

Can I Claim Injury Compensation if My Employer Went Bust?

Claiming work accident compensation from an employer is complicated enough, but what can you do if your ex-employer is no longer in business? Find out more.

Could I Lose My Job if I Make a Work Accident Injury Claim?

Many people worry that making a claim against their employer could lead to them losing their job. The law ensures that is not the case Find out more.

Can I Claim Injury Compensation if I've Left the Company?

Claiming work accident compensation from an employer is complicated enough, but what can you do if you no longer work for the company? Find out more.

Can I Claim if Injured After My Employer Ignored a Risk?

If an employer doesn't act on a reported hazard in the workplace which ultimately leads to an accident, then the injured person could get compensation.

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations

Employers are required to keep their workers safe from harm in the workplace, especially when they are exposed to substances that may be hazardous to human health.

Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005

Regulations dictate that employers must protect employees from excessive exposure to noise in the workplace. Read a summary of the regulations here.

Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005

The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 aim to protect workers from risks to health from vibration. This article is a helpful summary.

Injury Claims Under Work at Height Regulations (WAHR)

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 were amended in 2007, to protect people working at height by imposing safety-related duties on employers. Read more.

What is the Diffuse Mesothelioma Compensation Payment Scheme?

Under the scheme, employees diagnosed with diffuse mesothelioma can claim compensation, even if their employer has ceased trading. Here's how.

REACH Chemical Regulations

Around 30,000 chemicals are marketed in the EU. REACH provides a legal framework for protecting human health against the risks posed by chemicals. Read more.

My Employer Went Bust - How Can You Find Their Insurer?

If you suffer health problems from a work illness or injury and the employer is no longer trading, how can you find their insurer to make a claim?

Injury Claims and the Manual Handling Regulations 1992

If you have been injured at work because of a breach of the manual handling regulations, you should be able to make a compensation claim. Find out more.

Claiming Under the Pneumoconiosis Etc (Workers' Compensation Act) 1979

If you suffer from a dust-related disease, you may be able to claim compensation even if the employer who caused the disease has ceased trading.

Understanding the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989

With 350,000 people suffering a serious electric shock each year, the 'Electricity at Work Regulations 1989' now protect employers and staff at work. Read more.

What Are the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations?

In April 2015, CDM Regulations 2015 replaced the 2007 regulations. They are primary regulations for managing health & safety in construction projects. Read more.

Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008 Explained

Manufacturers and suppliers of workplace machinery must comply with the 'Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008'. Read more.

Injury Claims Under the PPE at Work Regulations 1992

Employers have duties concerning the provision of personal protective equipment wherever there is a risk to safety that cannot be controlled by other means.

Do I have to be an Employee to Make a Work Injury Claim?

Are you a contractor, self-employed, intern, zero-hours contractor? Whatever your status, if you were injured at work you may be able to claim. Find out more.

Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974

This legislation offers legal protection to employees, and members of the public, from sustaining injury from work-related activities. Find out more.

I Am a New Employee - Can I Make an Injury Claim?

As a new employee, you can claim work injury compensation if your employer fails in their duty of care, no matter how long you have worked there. Find out more.

Can I Claim Injury Compensation if Working as a Volunteer?

The short answer is yes, but it can be difficult for a volunteer to know who to claim compensation from. Here's what you need to know.

Can Claim for an Injury if My Employer's Insurer Went Bust?

Even if an employer, or their insurer, has gone out of business, a former employee may be able to make a work-related accident claim. Find out how.

Can I Claim Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit?

Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit is a government scheme that awards money to people injured at work. Find out if you qualify.

Defective Products and the Consumer Protection Act

As a consumer, you have the legal right to expect that goods you buy are safe. So what happens if you are injured by a defective product you have purchased?

Could a Work Injury Claim Stop Me Getting Another Job?

Employees are sometimes reluctant to make a claim fearing it may affect their future job prospects. The law ensures that this is not the case. Find out more.

Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)

PUWER regulations encourage the safe use and control of work equipment used by employees. What are your rights and what can you do if you are injured?

What if I Cannot Work as a Result of an Injury?

If you find yourself unable to work as a result of an injury, you may be able to claim loss of past and future earnings. Here's what you need to know.