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Warehouse Accidents & Injury Claims

Warehouse Accidents

Across Britain, there are hundreds of thousands of people employed to work in warehouses and when accidents happen you can speak to PHC Law about warehouse accident claims and see what you’re entitled to.

Warehouse workers are a vital part of the chain in many businesses and highly responsible for the production of incoming, outgoing and storage of products.

Types of warehouse accidents

Slips, trips or fall accidents

These often occur when products, liquid or boxes have not been correctly put away or stored.

Heavy falling objects

Falling objects are also one of the most common warehouse accidents resulting in personal injury. A falling or moving object is another leading cause of personal injury amongst warehouse workers.

Forklift truck accidents

With many forklift trucks operating in many warehouses, workers may suffer severe injuries in accidents involving heavy machines. Everyone has seen the youtube video of the forklift destroying the warehouse. Forklifts are heavy as to are the items they move, this can cause very bad accidents if you’re involved.

Manual handling accidentsmale worker lying on the floor in warehouse

Back injuries, hand and foot injuries tend to be the most common of injuries and can often cause the worker re recurring pain and discomfort for months or even years after the incident happened.

If you have been involved in a warehouse accident, you may be entitled to claim accident at work compensation.

How to make a successful warehouse accidents compensation claim

As with any accident at work claim, your solicitor has to prove that the person or your employer responsible for your injury has been negligible.

By law, your employer is legally obliged to ensure your workplace is safe to work in. Most warehouse workers tend to operate machinery or some other form of equipment and the correct training must have been provided before carrying out the job in hand.

Your employer will have also needed to have provided you with the correct safety gear and equipment to carry out your job. If they have not done so, they are breaking the law.

Many claimants who we deal with have suffered a personal injury through not having received the proper training, safety wear or equipment they should have been provided.

To make a successful warehouse accidents claim, your solicitor will want to obtain as much medical evidence as they can concerning your injury.

Starting your claim and what’s involved

Offering no win no fee legal representation gives you peace of mind that win or lose, you will not have to pay any legal costs or deductions

So, ok you have thought and you believe you should be entitled to some compensation as the accident wasn’t your fault, where do you go now, what do you do? This is the easy bit, if you have suffered an injury in the last three years you may be able to claim. If you were at work or outside walking, shopping etc…and someone else was responsible or to blame for the accident, speak to us as soon as possible.

This is no obligation and totally free, we will speak to you about your accident and what happened, from this we will be able to tell you if first of all if you have an injury you can claim for. Then we can then go through your options and inform you on what would happen and what would be needed. We would also be able to give you a ballpark estimation of the type of figure we would aim to claim for you.

At the end of the day, our solicitors will advise you and support on how to claim for your warehouse accidents. To that end, we have made it easy for you to contact us, just fill out the enquiry form to the right with just the basic details about your accident and we will do the rest or phone us on 01772 203303 whichever is easiest. It is quick and easy to do and so worth it and the best part is this doesn’t cost you anything to find out where you stand.