If you have had an accident over the last 3 years you could claim compensation
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If you’ve had an accident at work, you should get in touch with our specialist team as soon as possible. We’ll take the details we need and explain the next steps. We always recommend you take the following steps, but don’t worry if there’s something here you haven’t done:
Work Claims Bureau prides itself on progressing your claim promptly whenever it is possible to do so. No two claims are the same. How long your claim lasts is dependent on a number of factors, including:
Bearing this in mind, work accident claims typically take between 6 months and 24 months to conclude. However, this is not ‘written in stone’, and they can last a shorter or longer time than this.
Your employer faces further culpability if they take disciplinary action against you or terminate your employment simply because you make an honest claim for personal injury. There is legislation in place to protect you. You are doing the right thing in reporting your accident and formally submitting a claim, both for yourself and for your employer in helping prevent similar accidents happening in the future.