An office should be a safe environment to work in, but that may not always be the case. When Health and Safety procedures aren’t followed, trailing cables, inappropriate obstacles in walkways can all become hazardous and cause personal injury.
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We are experts in securing compensation for employees who have suffered injuries in an office environment due to an accident that wasn't their fault.
Spencers Solicitors have successfully helped thousands of clients secure compensation for injuries which occurred at their place of work. Your case will be allocated to an experienced personal injury lawyer who is there to establish a unique understanding of your circumstances and needs.
There are many ways in which accidents within an office environment can result in an injury, the most common office compensation claims tend to occur due to:
When office accidents happen employees can be worried about the effect a personal injury claim will have on their employment; this shouldn't be of concern. All employers should have relevant workplace insurance to cover any injury claims that arise from accidents that occur on their premises. So any compensation claim would be made against this policy and should have no effect on your employment status.
We want to help you overcome the injuries and difficulties you face by making an office injury compensation claim on your behalf.
Call us on 08000 93 00 94 to discuss your claim with one of our advisors, or complete an Online Claim Enquiry and we'll call you back. Personal Injury claims are normally dealt with under a no win no fee arrangement, so if your claim isn't successful you don't pay for our work.
Manual handling accidents are one of the most common causes of injury in the office. Any employee whose job involves lifting or manual handling of any kind is potentially at risk of a lifting injury.
Unlike most other types of personal injury claim, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is usually associated with doing a particular activity repeatedly or for a long period of time, rather than a single event.