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18th August 2014

Woman receives compensation after accident at work

A care home worker, who was injured by a fire door which fell on her as she tried to close it, has successfully claimed compensation with the help of our specialist personal injury lawyers.

Our client was stuck by the door as it came away from its frame because of insecure hinge attachments.

Soft tissue damage and several months of recovery

She received a medical examination which revealed she would need approximately three to four months to recover from the soft tissue damage in her leg and foot. The accident also triggered several weeks of mild shock and anxiety symptoms.

Liability was accepted by the care home and our lawyers secured full compensation for our client's injuries.

Making a claim for accident 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 those that happen in public places.

If you or a family member has been injured 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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