Work Accident Claims in Northern Ireland
Our team of accident at work solicitors is ready to assist with your work accident claim in Belfast or anywhere across Northern Ireland. We will ensure that you get the support and compensation that you deserve.
Paschal O’Hare Personal Injury Solicitors are trusted work injury experts with over 50 years of experience providing high quality legal advice. Find out how we can help by contacting our injury at work solicitors.
Injury at work solicitors in Belfast & Northern Ireland
In Northern Ireland, employers have the legal responsibility to keep their employees safe at work. Sometimes this duty of care is not met and staff members get injured at work. What many do not know is that injured employees are entitled to justice in the form of compensation. For this reason, employers are required to obtain Employer Liability Insurance.
If you want to learn more or want to make a work accident claim, speak with one of our injury at work solicitors or visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley and Carrickfergus.
Who can claim for an accident at work?
Work accidents are very common, but sometimes victims find it difficult to claim for their injuries. This is where we step in to help.
You may be able to claim for your work injury if you’ve been involved in an accident at work that wasn’t your fault in the last 3 years. As a result of your personal injury, you may have been absent from work and even accrued private treatment expenses. Our injury at work solicitors would be able to assist you to recover from the financial and emotional burden associated with your workplace injuries.
We even deal with serious workplace accidents where you may be partially at fault. Under these circumstances, there is still a way to claim compensation for your work injuries. Contact our accident at work solicitors in order to see how we can help.
What is my work accident claim worth?
At Paschal O’Hare, we understand that every accident at work in Northern Ireland is different and impacts a person differently. Consequently, the amount of compensation for your injuries depends on a number of factors, including severity and your financial losses.
You can contact our accident at work solicitors directly to learn how much your accident at work compensation claim is worth. Our personal injury solicitors are here to help you every step of the way.
Can I bring a claim against a former employer?
It is both possible, and very common, to make a work accident claim against an employer you no longer work for. Our solicitors have been assisting people across Northern Ireland with these types of claims for 50 years. We typically carry out an investigation to determine who the employer was and whether they had insurance during the time of the accident.
Do you have an accident at work injury calculator?
Our website features a helpful personal injury claims calculator which will give you an idea of how much is awarded for certain work accident injuries. While the calculator is an excellent guide, we would advise that you contact our solicitors in order to get a more accurate estimate.
Bespoke work injury claims process
We have experience dealing with many different types of workplace injury claims and understand that each is unique. This is why we offer a bespoke work accident claims process, which may include:
- Arranging to see a medical specialist
- Conducting an investigation of the work environment
- Fighting for the compensation you deserve
We are here to help you make a work accident claim in Belfast or anywhere else in Northern Ireland. Please contact us on if you have any questions or visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley, or Carrickfergus.
Choose the best work accident solicitors in Northern Ireland
If you have been involved in a workplace accident and feel that it was not your fault, then Paschal O’Hare Solicitors can provide you with the bespoke service that you require. We have over 50 years of experience in the personal injury sector and can assist you using our expert knowledge. Our injury at work solicitors will fight for the best possible outcome regardless of case complexity. We will ensure that you get your life back on track.
Our dedicated team of injury at work solicitors are ready to help people across Northern Ireland. We deal with accident at work claims for full-time, part-time, contractor and temporary employees. Speak with our work accident solicitors to find out if you have a claim by calling 0800 020 9311 or visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley, or Carrickfergus.
“Our solicitors will guide you through your work accident claim in Northern Ireland. We’ve already helped many people, and we’re confident that we can help you too.”
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Work Accident Claims in Belfast & Northern Ireland
Work Accident Claims in Northern Ireland FAQs
In most cases, you have up to 3 years from the day of the accident in order to bring a claim in Northern Ireland.
It is important that you speak to a solicitor about your circumstances. We will determine whether the injury was your fault or partially your fault. Additionally, we will examine whether your employer’s negligence contributed to the accident.
No, typically, your employer cannot fire you if you bring a claim against them. They would likely be breaking the law if they decided to do this. You should seek the advice of an employment solicitor if they behave this way.
If you’ve been injured in a work accident, it is not legal to claim on a “No Win No Fee” basis in Northern Ireland. Usually, if you win your claim, all fees are typically paid by an insurer.
If you win your claim, you don’t pay a penny for the services of a personal injury solicitor. Your compensation and fees are typically paid by an insurer.
You are under no obligation to tell your employer you are making a claim. Usually, an employer finds out about when they receive a Letter of Claim.