Lifting Injury Compensation

We are experts in lifting injury compensation and can deal with this type of injury at work claim under a no win no fee agreement and we always strive to maximise the damages we recover for our clients.

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Manual handling accidents are one of the most common causes of injury in the workplace. Lifting accidents are not limited to building sites, warehouses and factories.

Any employee whose job involves lifting or manual handling of any kind is potentially at risk of a lifting injury, whether they work in an office, a school, a restaurant or a shop.

What are the most common types of lifting injury?

Back injuries are very common and can be the most serious, causing severe pain and sometimes total incapacity, leading to potentially long absences from work. Lifting injury compensation is therefore vital in order to recover not only compensation for the injury sustained in the accident, but also the cost of specialist medical treatment and the loss of income from an extensive period of absence from work.

Can I make a lifting injury compensation claim?

An employer has a duty to minimise the risk of lifting and manual handling injuries by carrying out risk assessments and ensuring that whenever manual lifting cannot be avoided, employees are adequately trained to lift items in the correct manner.

However, if your employer has failed to take care of your health and safety and provide you with the necessary training in the safe method of working, then you may be eligible to make a lifting injury claim.

Contact Spencers Solicitors

We want to help you overcome the injuries and difficulties you face by making a thoroughly professional, efficient and effective lifting injury compensation claim on your behalf.

Call us today on 08000 93 00 94 to discuss your claim with one of our personal injury lawyers, or complete an enquiry form and we'll call you back. If you're worried about legal fees, don't be. Claims are normally dealt with under a no win no fee arrangement, so if your claim doesn't succeed you won't pay for our work.

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