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Have you been injured at work, on a job site or while carrying out a work related task in the United Kingdom? If so, you should seek the help of an experienced workers’ compensation solicitor serving Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Please look no further. You have come to the right place. Our workers’ compensation solicitors represent workers who have suffered a work related injury or illness throughout the entire United Kingdom including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newport and Bristol. We file workers’ compensation claims on their behalf to help them receive damages pertaining to medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss wages, and emotional distress. Read on to learn more about why you should retain out United Kingdom workers’ compensation solicitors and how we can help you.

Workers’ Compensation Claim Overview

Most workers in the United Kingdom simply follow their company guidelines when reporting a workplace injury or illness. Your employer may try to settle the matter with you for a small sum of money. However, you may not realize that they are acting in the best interest of the company instead of yours. That is why it is important to hire a workers’ compensation solicitor. Do not rely on your employer to provide you with one. It is best to immediately document a workplace injury, seek medical attention, and then contact an experienced attorney.

Below are key scenarios as to when you should retain a workers’ compensation solicitor to handle your matter:

  1. Your Employer Denies Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

If your employer denies your workers’ compensation claim, you need to obtain legal advice immediately and hire an attorney to represent you. Some employers may feel that their employee will not appeal their determination. If you hire a workers’ compensation attorney, you will not be required to pay any upfront fees. Your workers compensation solicitor will be compensated when you receive a fair share of compensation for your injury.

  1. You Refuse to Accept Your Employer’s Settlement Offer

If your employer makes you a low settlement offer that you refuse, consider hiring a workers’ compensation attorney to review the matter and negotiate the settlement on your behalf.

  1. Your Medical Condition Limits Your Physical Ability to Perform Your Existing Job

If you suffer from partial or total disability as a result of your work related injury, you may not be able to go back to work. This will likely result in you being placed on long term disability. Do not let your employer’s insurance company get away with offering you a low settlement. Hire a workers’ compensation solicitor to negotiate in your best interest.

  1. Your Boss Retaliates Against You For Filing A Workers’ Compensation Claim

It is illegal for your boss to retaliate against you in the event that you file a workers’ compensation complaint. If you feel as though you have been treated unfairly, contact us for a consultation.

Call Our United Kingdom Workers’ Compensation Solicitors

You are invited to contact our United Kingdom workers’ compensation solicitors for a consultation. Our injury solicitors will review your case and provide you with legal advice and guidance on how to best proceed. Do not let your employer talk you into accepting less money than what you deserve for your work-related injury or illness. Call us today to begin the process.

Our workers’ compensation solicitors handle workers’ comp claims throughout all of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. This includes London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Swanseam Bristol, Newport, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Derry and Lisburn.