Accident At Work

Background Mrs R from Liverpool was made to push a heavy wheelchair whilst at work and as such left her with chronic lower back pain and unable to attend work for some time.  What we did Once recovered Mrs R contacted our team of UK personal injury specialists and explained the situation surrounding her injuries. Mrs R was over the moon when PIP Law awarded her with £3,750 in compensation but we also made her work life easier when her company agreed to purchase electric assisted wheelchairs.   If you have suffered an accident that wasn’t your fault, then The Personal Injury Practice’s team of No ...
27 May, 2016 | Accident At Work
Background Mr H from Sussex was busy going about his daily tasks at work when a machine fell on his foot shattering it and leaving him in excruciating pain.  What we did Mr H approached our team of UK personal injury specialists with the details of his claim and his concerns about his employers as he was afraid if he made a claim it may result in his dismissal. Our experienced claims handler quickly put Mr H’s mind at rest and advised that it is against the law for an employer to terminate an employee’s contract for making a claim for work related personal ...
27 May, 2016 | Accident At Work
Background Mrs G from Guildford sustained terrible scarring to her leg after tripping over a box whilst at work; the box had been incorrectly left in the employee’s pathway and as such caused the accident leaving Mrs G with injuries and permanent leg scarring. Mrs G wanted a professional personal injury practice with a good reputation to handle her case and so she approached PIP Law. What we did We wasted no time in initiating proceedings and Mrs G was successfully awarded £12,500 in compensation for the injuries she sustained due to the accident. If you have suffered an accident that wasn’t your fault, then ...
27 May, 2016 | Accident At Work
Mr G, a builder instructed by his employer to climb on to a flat roof of a garage in order to gain access to a rear garden without proper safety equipment or a safe system of work, received £6,500 for an ankle injury after the roof gave way. What we did Mr G instructed us after he had fallen from the roof onto a car parked in the garage below, landing heavily on his left ankle. Despite the fact that the defendant in the claim denied liability throughout, alleging that Mr G had been the author of his own misfortune, we continued to ...
27 May, 2016 | Accident At Work