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23rd January 2015

Woman compensated after injury at work

An office worker who suffered an accident at work has successfully pursued a claim for compensation with the help of our specialist personal injury lawyers.

Our client tripped on uneven carpet causing her to fall heavily and sustain multiple injuries.

The accident resulted in our client spraining her hip, thigh and lower back which left her in great discomfort. A medical expert diagnosed that she would take over a year to fully recover from the injuries she sustained.

After the accident, she contacted our specialist personal injury solicitors who pursued a compensation claim on her behalf. Her employer admitted liability for the accident and the resulting injuries and full compensation was secured.

Making a claim for accident at work compensation

Clear Answers' specialist personal injury lawyers are waiting to provide you with expert legal advice. We specialise in all types of personal injury compensation claims, particularly accidents at work.

If you or a family member has suffered a personal injury through no fault of your own, please ring us on 0800 783 9019 and speak to one of our advisers. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and to talk you through the claims process in plain English.

Alternatively, please complete one of our online compensation claim forms and a representative will contact you as quickly as possible.


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