Employers Liability

Employers Liability

Factory Accidents

Office Accidents

Machinery Accidents

Inadequate Accidents

It is the responsibility of your employer to ensure they take reasonable care of your health and safety during your working hours. Your employer is also responsible for the acts or failures of your fellow employees during the course of their employment, should that result in an accident at work.

Your employer mustprovide you with the correct protective equipment for your dedicated role, if your position requires it. This equipment can be anything from high visibility jackets and helmets to rubber gloves and non-slip shoes. Under the Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992, your employers should maintain the equipment to a safe and workable standard for use, and provide you with training on how to use the equipment.

If your employer has breached any of their duties, and as a result you were injured, then you may have a claim.

An accident at work can have a major impact on those involved and their families.

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