Subject: Accident at work solicitors, Personal injury at work
Keywords: Tripping and slipping at work, compensation at work, accident at work, no win, no fee at work claim,
Summary: a man was employed by the same employer for thirty years. He was working as a centre lathe turner when he lost the tip of his thumb and index finger. The claimant had to spend a week in hospital and was off work for a further 4 months. He suffered from a slight loss of strength in grip and felt pain in cold weather. He returned to work for his employer after the accident and was paid the same wage as his work was not affected.
An award in the region of £18,000 to £22,000 for compensation would be in the bracket that would be advisable to accept upon the brief facts subject to medical information particularly concerning his future ability to work.
Crush hand injury at work, how much compensation and solicitors?