We’re here to help if you’ve suffered a knee injury in an accident or developed a condition due to your working practices.
If you have had an accident over the last 3 years you could claim compensation
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The joints and tendons of the knee are especially vulnerable from heavy lifting, slips, trips and falls at work. Injuries can arise from both direct trauma in a specific incident or from musculoskeletal disorders developing over a longer period.
If your job involves physical exertion, a knee injury can make it difficult for you to carry out your duties. If your employer has failed to fulfil its duties under UK legislation, then it could be held liable for an accident or poor working practices.
If you have suffered an injury to your knees that wasn’t your fault, then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Work Claims Bureau have helped thousands of UK workers to fight claims and recover the compensation they deserve.
Our director Michael Walker says:
“We are the ones to trust when it comes to making a work accident claim. Many of our clients are unfamiliar with the claims process; they need to be told in clear terms how the matter is progressing, and provided with the reassurance that we are doing a thorough job.
We keep in contact with clients through every step, from submitting the Claim Form to negotiating with the other side and, if necessary, issuing the claim through the courts. Any award of compensation is fair and covers every aspect of your pain, suffering and loss. We do this on the basis of a No Win, No Fee agreement, whereby if we are not successful there’s not a penny for you to pay in legal costs and if we are, any amount we take from damages is capped so that you are not shortchanged.”
The awards brackets shown* relate to the ‘general damages’ (this means the award for the injury and associated pain, suffering and loss of amenity). There are two elements to any award in a successful accident at work compensation claim: ‘general damages’ and ‘special damages’ (expenses and other material losses arising from the injuries).
Severe knee injuries (with osteoarthritis, ligament damage and/or considerable permanent pain and loss of function):
£45,700 to £84,360
Moderate knee injuries (with continuing pain, discomfort and limitation of movement):
£13,010 to £38,120
Minor knee injuries:
£1,500 to £12,050 (Depending on severity and duration of symptoms)
To see if we could help you pursue a personal injury claim for an accident at work, call us today on or get in touch via our contact form.
*Based on the 14th edition of the Judicial College guidelines