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A workplace injury can result in extended periods where an injured party may be out of work and this can have a big impact on the life of the person involved as well as their family. Businesses also need to be aware of their responsibilities according to the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1984.
Some Occupiers’ Liability claims for compensation can be difficult and time-consuming, whilst others may be settled much quicker.
The UK is experiencing one of its hottest summers in living memory and parks and gardens are full of people looking to make the most of the summer sun. Whilst the sunny weather can be the perfect time to relax and unwind, for some, it can spell disaster.
Whilst health and safety in the workplace has improved dramatically over the past few decades, there are still thousands of cases of work-related illness and injury each year in England and Wales. As the issue is a continuing concern, our team have taken a look at the key facts and statistics surround work-related illness and injuries and have created an infographic to highlight the main issues. If you’ve suffered an injury at work or have become ill and the fault lies with your employer, we can help you make a claim for compensation. Learn more by clicking here.
A takeaway can be one of life’s great pleasures. The feeling of kicking back, relaxing and having your food delivered to your door after a long day at work or as a treat at the weekend is something many people in the UK have become accustomed to.
The process of making a claim for a workplace injury may seem straightforward if you are an employee. An employer has a duty of care towards each of their employees and has a responsibility to comply with various Health and Safety laws and regulations to ensure the safety of their workforce.
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Thorneycroft Solicitors is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.
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