Most burn injuries sustained in the workplace are preventable. If you have been burnt at work in an accident that was not your fault, our burn injury lawyers can advise you if you are eligible to make a claim for compensation. Contact us today to discuss your accident by either calling us or submitting an online enquiry form.
Have You Been Burnt at Work?
If you have been burnt at work in a non fault accident, you may be eligible to make a claim against your employer. You are within your rights as an employee to claim compensation if you have been injured as a result of poor working conditions or lack of training. Your employer must ensure that you are safe and not at risk of sustaining an injury.
Burns sustained in the workplace can be severe and often require immediate medical attention after the accident and in some cases long term care and rehabilitation. If you have been burnt at work in an accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. We specialise in employers liability claims and can advise you on the prospects of your case today. Call us on 0808 252 0678.
Burn at Work Compensation
Our team of solicitors are experts in dealing with burn injury claims. Due to the severity of burn injuries, your claim should be dealt with by solicitors that specialise in this complex area of law. Contact us today to discuss your accident and see if we can help you make a claim.
Types of Burn Injuries at Work
Our solicitors have helped many clients, burnt at work, receive compensation for their injuries. See some claim examples below;
- Cold burns caused by exposure to industrial freezers in kitchens or exposure to liquid nitrogen and dry ice.
- Electrical burns which are normally caused by faulty electrical equipment in the workplace.
- Friction burns from prolonged exposure to rope, harnesses or carpet.
- Chemical burns which can be caused when handling dangerous acids or corrosives.
If you would like to speak with one of our solicitors regarding a burn injury claim, call us on 0370 218 4025 or submit an online enquiry form and we will call you to discuss your enquiry in more detail.