How much is my injury claim worth?
Claims for injuries caused by defective equipment and machinery can be worth several thousands of pounds. If you have been injured in the last three years, find out how much your injury could be worth with our 30-second claims calculator or call one of our friendly advisors on 0800 175 7900.
Will I have to pay to claim my accident compensation?
We believe in justice for all. That's why we offer No Win No Fee injury compensation claims to 98% of our customers. So you will never have to pay Claims Direct any money up front, as we will only get a fee when we win you rightful compensation, to make sure that you are never left out of pocket.
Will I have to go to court for my injury compensation claim?
Most defective equipment and machinery injury compensation claims are settled between your lawyers and the other side's insurance company, so it's fairly unlikely that you would have to go to court, though it can happen. In fact, you might not even have to come to a lawyer's office if you don't want to. That's because while we have offices all over the country, you can start your claim by telephone or post if you prefer.
What can I claim for?
If you have been hurt due to defective equipment or machinery at work and it wasn't your fault, not only should you be compensated for your injuries, you should be able to claim for all of your losses. That's why the things you may be able to claim for include:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of income
- Loss of future income
- Medical expenses
- Travel expenses
All of these things can add up to thousands or even hundreds of thousands of pounds where serious injuries are concerned. So if you have been hurt due to defective machinery or other equipment, talk to us about claiming the compensation you deserve.
What sort of accident can I claim for?
Whether you work in manufacturing or engineering, construction or the military, you are likely to be using dangerous equipment. If that equipment is defective due to any of these things, accidents can happen:
- Lack of maintenance
- Lack of inspections
- Missing safety guards
- A lack of PPE
- Poor training
Where these conditions exist, it is possible for all of these injuries to occur:
This is only a short list of the injuries that are possible. If you have been hurt in any way because of defective equipment, or any other safety failures in the workplace, talk to us today to see if you may be able to claim compensation.
Who's to blame for my accident?
If you have been hurt in the workplace, your employer is normally at fault. That's because they have a Duty of Care to keep you safe, by making sure that all of the equipment or machinery you use is safe, and is used according to Health and Safety rules.
Where this hasn't happened and you have been injured, your employer may be at fault. Talk to us today about starting a No Win No Fee compensation claim. 0800 175 7900.