When asked about this initiative, a noted accident claim solicitor who also works as an ULaw spokesperson came up with some recent data published in the Health and Safety Executive website. Depicting the key annual figures of 2010-2011, he stated that nearly 1.2 million people across the world are suffering from work-related diseases. He also highlighted that 226.4 million working days were lost due to workplace injuries and injuries. The spokesperson expressed that their agency is not taking these figures lightly and their main objective would be to palliate the pain and sufferings of these ill-fated individuals.
What is ULaw approach towards compensation claims? Firstly, they have devised a policy whereby every query is entertained and answered for free. Their special client enquiry cell works on a 24 x 7 basis and 7 days a week. Apart from that, the solicitor agency have put emphasis on facilitate their clients to get 100% compensatory benefits only. The agency has also devised a ‘no win no fee’ policy. The clients would need to pay their fees only when they win their cases, otherwise not. The solicitors deem that their comprehensive legal solutions would be truly instrumental for counterbalancing the losses and damages received by workplace accident victims.
ULaw website is also a great source of information on various types of workplace accident claims. One can find information about slip or trip accidents, factory accident claims, construction accident claims, industrial diseases claims and military and army compensation claim schemes.
For more information on accident at work, visit http://www.accidentatwork.org.uk/