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    Mulderrigs are the expert solicitors for your accident at work claim.

    We have helped hundreds of clients claim compensation for an accident at work.

    Your employer has a legal duty to take care for your safety in the workplace.

    So if you have been injured as a result of an accident at work you may be able to claim compensation.

    Our initial advice is always free, and we always work on “no win no fee” terms.

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    The Law On Claiming For An Accident At Work

    Your employers have a legal duty to take care for your safety in the workplace.

    So if you have been injured at work you may be entitled to claim compensation.

    Will The Boss Be Insured?

    Your employers are legally required to have valid Employers’ Liability Insurance.

    So if you make a claim it will be dealt with by your employers’ insurance company.

    Some clients are hesitant about bringing a claim for an accident at work, and we perfectly understand that.

    But in our experience is almost unheard of for employers to make like difficult for an injured worker who brings a claim.

    Choose Mulderrigs For Your Accident At Work Claim

    Claiming compensation for an accident at work can be a complicated business.

    So it is important to choose the right lawyer.

    Mulderrigs have been dealing with accident at work compensation claims for thirty years.

    Our expert solicitors are very familiar with this complex area of the law and we have recovered millions of pounds for our clients.

    We have set out some basic information about accidents at work here.

    But in an accident at work claim there is no substitute for picking up the phone and having a chat.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    The Law regarding accidents at work is quite straightforward. Your employers have a legal responsibility to take care for your safety.

    If you are injured in an accident at work you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries and financial losses.

    Our solicitors have over 20 years’ expertise in claims for accidents at work. We often win cases after other lawyers haven’t been able to get anywhere.

    The biggest factors in any claim will usually be the severity of the injury and then the amount of any financial losses.

    We will gather all the necessary expert medical evidence, and documentary evidence of any financial losses.

    Once we have the evidence we will then discuss the value of your case with you carefully before any settlement negotiations take place.

    We have settled work accident claims ranging between £3,000 and £500,000.

    Most of our accidents at work claims are settled within 12 months of the first call.

    The government recently streamlined the process for claiming compensation. There is a compulsory online system for dealing with all claims worth less than £25,000.

    In more serious claims (worth £25,000 or more) the case can go on for longer. We may need to wait for medical evidence, and it may be necessary to bring court proceedings.

    But, even then it would be unusual for your case to go on much longer than 18 months.

    We won’t get our fees until the case is finished. So we will get on with things as quickly as we can!

    We can tell you within a few minutes whether or not your case is worth pursuing.

    Claims for an accident at work are governed by the Pre-Action Protocol For Personal Injury Claims.

    The protocol encourages all parties to settle cases quickly, without court proceedings.

    We will make detailed initial enquiries with you about the cause of the accident.

    If necessary we will come out to see you at home to discuss the case in detail.

    We will gather all the necessary evidence about who was to blame.

    This might include: statements from you and any witnesses; maintenance records for any machines that were involved; training records for any other workers involved; risk assessments and method statements.

    We will also gather expert medical evidence about your injury and full details of any loss of earnings and other financial losses.

    Even when it is necessary to bring court proceedings the vast majority of our Accident at Work cases are settled on favourable terms long before we ever get to a trial.

    When cases do go ahead as a trial the experience of giving evidence is rarely as difficult as people imagine.

    We have previously published some very straightforward pointers about giving evidence at court.

    We will discuss the fee arrangements clearly and carefully before asking you to sign our terms and conditions.

    “No Win No Fee” is usually the best option for our clients.

    We never charge any “upfront” fees.

    There are no hidden charges, and we will never leave you out of pocket.

    Most importantly, if you lose the case you pay nothing at all.

    We have never had a complaint in relation to fees.

    Mulderrigs  have been dealing with compensation claims for accidents at work for over twenty five years.

    Our solicitors have recovered millions of pounds for our clients.

    We promise to speak to you in plain English.

    We’ll come to see you at a time and place that’s convenient for you.

    The Law Society have awarded us their  LEXCEL quality mark every year since 2002 – Only about 5% of law firms have achieved LEXCEL.

    97% of our clients describe our service as good or excellent.

    We have won lots of cases for clients who had been told by other lawyers “You haven’t got grounds for a claim!”