Oakwood have a specialist department of brain injury compensation claim lawyers in Leeds who may be able to help you if you have been injured at work or out in public.

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Miss H made a claim for compensation after she was the victim of faulty and defective equipment in the workplace. Miss H received a nasty electric shock from the telephone headset she was using at work. Oakwood Solicitors were able to secure a four figure sum of compensation on behalf of Miss H and we hope it helps her to recover from her trauma.

Employees can be seriously injured by way of faulty equipment which they have been given or by using defective equipment which then causes an accident. These accidents then have penalties from the employer needing to replace or re-train the member of staff who was injured to possibly paying out for rehabilitation and compensation for financial losses which the employee has suffered due to the accident.

Employers may also have to undergo an investigation and face the closure of their firm if serious negligence has resulted in a near-fatal accident on their premises. These are extreme consequences which employers rarely consider but checking equipment can prevent a great deal of heartache further down the line.

If you want to make a brain injury compensation claim following an electrocution in the workplace speak to one of the lawyers at Oakwood in Leeds.
No employee should have to suffer using faulty and defective electrical equipment. The health and safety at work act 1974 covers safety in the workplace; but there is also a separate act covering the use of electrical items in the workplace. These guidelines state that all electrical items I the workplace have to be safety tested and should be checked visually on a regular basis for defects.
Anyone who is unsure if they are entitled to make a claim for compensation can speak to a specialist personal injury solicitor at Oakwood. Anyone can read the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 which is a major piece of legislation covering occupational health and safety in the United Kingdom. The full text is available on the UK legislation website and can be downloaded free of charge.
The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 imposes general duties for health and safety on employers employees and others such as landlords manufacturers suppliers and designers.

If you want to start your brain injury compensation claim today call Oakwood’s expert lawyers in Leeds on :0844 499 9302.

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