Accident at work

Your employer has a legal and moral obligation to provide a safe working environment for you and all their employees. This obligation covers all aspects of your job, from the work you do to the place that you do it in. If you’ve had an accident at work or become ill as a result of your job, then your employer could well be shown to be responsible for this.

If you have had accident at work that wasn’t your fault, then call Kwik Accident Helpline today, and talk to one of our friendly and experienced advisors. We’ll help you to get the compensation you deserve.

It’s not just the obvious work-related injuries like broken bones; long term health conditions and diseases can also be considered industrial injuries. For example, lung conditions caused by exposure to asbestos in the workplace are considered industrial injuries, and as a result, your employer must accept any responsibility for their part.


Many industrial injuries and accidents at work are the product of a failure to comply with health and safety regulations, with poor practices in manual handling and exposure to noxious substances just two of the most common causes of work related injury. Other examples of work related injury include poorly designed work environments that can lead to long term conditions such as repetitive strain injury, affecting employees in factories and offices alike.


If you believe that your health problem or injury was caused by negligence on the part of your employer, you may be able to make a personal injury claim against them. Call Kwik Accident Helpline today and talk to one of our experienced advisors for free advice and get the compensation you deserve.

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