Accidents to fingers resulting in an injury whilst at work can really leave you out of pocket and you deserve compensation if this has happened to you; Oakwood in Leeds can use their resources as an experienced firm of solicitors for over ten years.

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Your employer has a duty to protect you and tell you about health and safety issues that affect you. They also have a legal obligation to report certain accidents and incidents and to pay you sick pay if you are entitled to it. Your employer has to carry out a risk assessment and do what’s needed to take care of the health and safety of employees and visitors. This includes deciding how many first-aiders are needed and what kind of first-aid equipment and facilities should be provided.

Mr C had hurt his fingers when they were trapped in a printing machine this soft tissue injury left Mr G in pain for quite some time and he felt he deserved to be compensated.

Oakwood offer claims on a no win no fee basis recovering there costs from the other side whilst ensuring that you receive the maximum compensation possible.

Every UK employer has a duty of care. This is critical to the health safety and general welfare of all employees. Not all employers are aware of the implications of the duty of care. But it doesn?t matter how small a business happens to be. Where there’s any member of staff there is a duty of care responsibility.

An employer should have a person who deals with health and safety matters. This person must be legally competent. In other words that person should have the ability to understand the concerns around health and safety.

If you have hurt your finger (and/or) Fingers in an injury sustained whilst at work make sure you get the compensation you deserve with Oakwood in Leeds

In many smaller businesses the owner will take the responsibility for the health and safety whilst in larger organisations there may be a few staff with health and safety issues as their full time role.

When it comes to duty of care the primary job of the competent person is to carry out a risk assessment. This needs to identify the health and safety risks of each employee in the workplace.

The outcome of the risk assessment may vary according to the size of an organisation. If it has five or more employees a competent person has to keep a record of the assessment’s results.

Not only do we offer our services of solicitors with experience in employment law but we keep you update throughout the process so you know what stage your claim is at all times leaving you to worry about the important things.

If you need help making a claim after an accident involving your finger (and or ) Fingers and your injury happened at work give Oakwood Leeds a call:0844 499 9302

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