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In the Labour Force’s 2017/18 Survey and the Health & Safety Executive Survey investigating workplace injury, they found the followings on work sites across Great Britain:
Despite showing a downward trend compared to the previous years, the figures are still alarming and give credence to the wide-held opinion that many workplaces across the United Kingdom are not doing enough to protect their workers.
In the event that a worker sustains a catastrophic injury as a result of negligence or misconduct with respect to health and safety, the victim should have peace of mind that their medical, therapy and financial loss costs will be taken care of. But in reality, this isn’t always the case. If you’re a victim of a catastrophic injury (an injury which impacts your ability to perform day-to-day tasks) and you have made a claim for compensation to your workplace, you may have experienced one or a combination of the following scenarios:
You aren’t alone. Many victims suffering from catastrophic injuries recognise that the system needs to be more flexible with respect to the needs of claimants. While interim payments and settlements are currently in place to mitigate the financial burden of a catastrophic injury claim process, the stress that lawsuits entail is cause for some revision.
In addition, victims who enlist the services of a ‘cowboy’ solicitor – someone without proper knowledge or expertise of a specific discipline or someone who is brash and who rushes you to settle your claims quickly – tend to have a worse experience. This calls for better regulations with respect to who can represent a victim sustained a catastrophic injury.
There’s no disputing that sustaining a catastrophic injury changes one’s life completely, and the ramifications of this are often irreversible and life-long. Regardless of the nature of your catastrophic injury, it is likely that you will require an intense degree of medical support and therapy in order to regain some sort of quality of life, not to mention the financial impacts that they will have on you and your family.
For victims of catastrophic injuries, adjustment and adaptation are part and parcel of getting back on your feet. This may mean the use of specialised equipment throughout your home, or it may translate to intensive rehabilitation sessions or even 24/7 personal care. Dealing with the aftermath will be stressful for you and your family, so you really shouldn’t be burdened further with legal representation that doesn’t have the right experience to represent you and your interests.
It’s in this capacity that the catastrophic injury solicitors at CCH & Co. can help. As specialists in this field, we understand what you are going through and how a claim can ensure the restoration of the best possible quality of life for yourself and your loved ones. We will work with you every step of the way and won’t rest until you have been awarded a fair compensation settlement that will assist you to appropriately overcome the challenging years ahead.
With a proven track record of achieving success in this domain, and with many years of experience fighting for clients making catastrophic claims, we’re keen to share tips with you on how to choose the best catastrophic claims solicitor to represent you.
Remember, you should feel confident in leaving all the legal matters to your solicitor, and be at ease with their decision-making and expertise throughout the claim process.
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This post is not legal advice and should not replace professional advice tailored to your specific circumstances. It is intended to provide information of general interest about current legal issues.