There are a number of different injuries that you can sustain in the workplace and these vary in severity depending on the accident and circumstances that you have been involved in. If you have been involved in some type of accident or impact then you may have sustained a fracture to one or more areas of your body and in some cases this could have an impact on surrounding tissues or even organs if the fracture is severe enough.
Complicated fractures are often far more serious than traditional fractures and this is due to the impact that they can have on other areas of the body. In general, a complicated fracture is one that has caused damage to another area of the body and if this is a significant area or organ then you could be left with substantial injuries – and in these circumstances you may consider a compensation claim to cover any costs you have incurred.
There are a number of different situations where you could sustain a complicated fracture at work, some common examples of these situations include:
Depending on the circumstances of your accident, there are a number of different people who you may consider making a claim against, but in general if your accident was sustained in the workplace then your employer will be the first person that you will look to make a claim against. Health and safety regulations dictate that your employer is responsible for providing you with adequate health and safety in the workplace, if you feel that they have failed to do this then you could make a claim against them for compensation.
Making a compensation claim may seem like a difficult process, but it doesn’t have to be when you are working with the industry experts and at Legal Request we are here to help you throughout the process. Our team will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you receive everything that you are entitled to without any costly fees or lengthy delays.
For more information contact the team today on 0800 990 3500.
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