Providing the person or company at fault for your injuries has public liability insurance, this insurance policy would pay compensation if liability is admitted.
Each public liability claim is different. The length of the claim depends on several factors including whether or not liability is admitted and the nature of the injuries.
If you have an accident due to public liability, it is advisable to contact a personal injury solicitor as soon as possible to discuss making a claim. In England and Wales, there is a time limit of three years from the date of accident to make a claim for injury. Once this date has passed, you may not be able to claim compensation. There are some claims that have a shorter limitation. If you have suffered an injury and believe you may have a public liability claim, do not delay seeking legal advice on the same.
Each Accident at Work claim is different. The length of the claim depends on several factors including whether or no liability is admitted and the nature of the injuries.
Yes. Your employer has a duty to ensure that your workplace is safe, regardless of the type of employment contract.
If you suffer an accident at work through the negligence of your employer or their employees, servants or agents, you are entitled to bring a claim for personal injury. Your job should not be affected however if you were to lose your job because you made a claim for injury, then you would most likely have a claim for unfair dismissal. If your injuries prevent you from continuing in the same job role, you may have a claim for having to move to a different job role.