Getting you back to work after an accident
Your employer is legally responsible for your safety at work, and why most likely, they will be covered by Employers Liability Insurance.
If you have been involved in an accident due to health and safety procedures not being followed. Been injured due to faulty equipment. Did not receive adequate training and sustained an injury. Or have an existing health condition that has been made worse due to your place of work. IMS Law can help.
What we will do for you:
- Assess your claim for injury compensation
- Arrange a full examination by a suitable medical professional
- Arrange early Physiotherapy, Counselling or other treatments if necessary
- Aim to get you back to work
- Recover compensation for your injury and any financial losses suffered as a result of the accident. This could include loss of earnings, future loss of earnings, medication costs, travelling expenses, treatment costs, repair costs and also recovery for damaged items.
How cases are funded
At IMS Law our claims are funded on a No Win, No Fee basis, which is known as a ‘conditional fee agreement.’
With a No Win, No Fee agreement, there are no financial risks to you. You do not pay any upfront costs to start a claim and you will only be required to contribute towards your legal fees if your claim is successful.
In the event your claim is unsuccessful, you will not have to pay us anything.
If we are successful in securing compensation, the contribution you make is capped at 25% from the award you receive. At IMS Law we fully explain funding arrangements during our initial consultation.
How compensation is calculated
The amount you can claim will vary depending on your circumstances and the level of injuries you sustained. Awards depend on the length of time you suffered from injuries, the extent of the treatment you required and the impact the injuries had on your everyday life.
Our personal injury team will be able to give you a valuation of your claim once we have received completed medical evidence.
Making a claim
Adults have three years from the date of their accident to make a claim. If a claim has not been settled or Court Proceedings have not been issued by the 3rd anniversary of the accident, a claim may be considered ‘time-barred’ leaving you ineligible for compensation.
For children who have sustained injury as a result of an accident the three-year time limit still applies, however a child has three years from the date of their 18th birthday in which to process a claim.
A claim processed after the date of a child’s 18th birthday must have either settled or Court proceedings issued before they reach their 21st birthday. Again their claim may be considered ‘time-barred’ leaving them ineligible for compensation if either of the above has not been completed.
Free initial consultation
At IMS Law we offer a free initial consultation, call 01744 612549 for instant support.