Back Injury At Work Compensation – Manchester Solicitors
Back injuries at work can often be debilitating and therefore have an impact on the quality of life. Work place back injuries can include: In the work place back injuries often occur due to twisting of the back due to heavy lifting, pushing, pulling or bad posture when carrying out tasks.
Back injuries at work can often be debilitating and therefore have an impact on the quality of life. Work place back injuries can include:
In the work place back injuries often occur due to twisting of the back due to heavy lifting, pushing, pulling or bad posture when carrying out tasks.
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Types Of Back Pain
Back pain can be caused by continual use of the spine in a way that progressively weakens and strains it or can happen as one single action.
Acute back pain tends to happen quickly and lasts approximately three to six weeks. It can often be painful however it is only temporary.
Chronic back pain lasts for longer than six weeks and can be present for long periods of time or even last for the full span.
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What Your Employer Is Responsible For And When You Can Claim
- manual handling
- falling from height
- slip or trip
- hit by falling item
Every employer should have liability insurance which means they are protected in the event of a claim being made. The means their insurer will pay for the claim if the case is successful.
Even if you are a casual worker or self-employed you could still be considered as an employee under UK law which will give you the same rights as any other regular employee.
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What Your Back Injury Compensation Can Help To Pay For
Physiotherapy, Expenses, Household Changes
Loss Of Income, Private Healthcare, Psychological Treatment
Back Injury At Work Compensation – The Process
Your solicitor will discuss the case with you and assess whether you have grounds to make a claim. We then get in touch with your employer to see if they accept blame for the accident. If responsibility is accepted, we will try to arrange interim payments which will pay for medical care and ongoing expenses before your claim is settled. These interim payments will be deducted from your final compensation amount.
Independent medical professionals and health and safety experts may be consulted and will give feedback on why your accident happened and any long term health implications we may need to take into account.
Many cases are settled out of court and are quickly resolved, however if needs be the case may be taken to court. Often even if the case has a date made in court the case can still be settled before hand.