Factory Accident Claims & Compensation in Northern Ireland
Our solicitors have been handling factory accident claims in Northern Ireland for over 50 years. We are here to fight for the factory accident compensation that you deserve. If you were involved in a factory accident, contact our solicitors today for a free consultation.
Your Local Factory Accident Solicitors
Factories can be very dangerous work environments. When an employer fails in their duties, the consequences can be severe.
Hundreds of people are involved in major, life-changing injuries every year across Northern Ireland every year. Factory injuries have a devastating impact on the individual and their family. Dealing with the pain, rehabilitation, and loss of earnings can be overwhelming. We understand how painful these injuries can be. We’re here to help alleviate some of these pressures by getting you the compensation that you deserve.
Paschal O’Hare Solicitors have a proven track record of getting the best possible outcome for our clients. No case is too complex for our team. If you want to make a factory accident claim, contact our personal injury solicitors today or visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley, and Carrickfergus.
Common Factory Injuries in Northern Ireland
Factory injuries can vary in severity and type. Over the last 50 years, our solicitors have helped injury victims who worked in factories and suffered from:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Skin disorder
- Hearing loss
- Respiratory problems
This is by no means an exhaustive list. If you or someone you know worked in a factory and is suffering from an injury or illness, contact Paschal O’Hare Solicitors on 0800 020 9311 or visit our offices in Belfast, Glengormley, and Carrickfergus.
Common Types of Factory Accidents in Northern Ireland
Injuries in factories can be caused by a number of reasons. We’ve encountered many injuries caused by:
- Falling objects
- Falls from a Height
- Machinery accidents
- Slips, trips, and falls
- Fires and explosions
- Exposures to harmful substances
If your employer’s negligence caused you to be injured, speak with our solicitors today to see how we can help.
How much factory accident compensation could you receive?
The amount of factory accident compensation you receive is closely tied in with the complexity of your injury. Our website features a helpful compensation calculator can provide you some useful general information. If you wish to get a more accurate estimate, our solicitors are able to examine your case and offer you further insight. You can request to speak with one of our work accident solicitors by completing our online enquiry form.
Who can claim for a Factory Accident?
Your employer owes you a duty of care. If they failed to uphold this duty and created an unsafe environment, it is likely that you will be able to claim for your injuries. The first step is to bring your claim within 3 years from the date of your accident. It is important to note that it is still possible to bring a claim even if you were partially at fault.
Our solicitors are confident that we can help you with your factory accident claim. If you’re unsure whether you’re able to claim, we would be happy to discuss your matter with you. Simply call our injury solicitors on 0800 020 9311.
Contact the best rated factory accident solicitors in Northern Ireland
If you’ve been injured, contact the best rated factory accident solicitors in Northern Ireland. You can trust our injury solicitors to provide you with exceptional legal advice every step of the way. We will fight in your corner and make sure you receive the factory accident compensation that you deserve.
We understand the dangers that come with working in a factory in Northern Ireland. Injuries sustained in factories can have devastating consequences. We’re here to help you rebuild your life and make sure this sort of accident doesn’t happen again. Speak with one of our solicitors today to start your factory accident claim.
“We pride ourselves on being able to effectively help factory workers across Northern Ireland. No matter is too complex. “
Alex was involved in a work accident while he was employed at a tile company in Belfast. His company was in the process of relocating
John was employed as a steelworker at Harland & Wolff from the 1970’s up until 2010. He was exposed to loud noise in the course
Simon was involved in a work accident when he was tasked with unloading a large container in Lisburn. A short-reach manitou was provided to unload