Inverness injury lawyers at Digby Brown dispute wage loss for client on a zero hour contract for workplace injury claim.
After initially instructing another firm, Mr Sharkey got in touch with the solicitors in Digby Brown's Ayr office and realised that they were the right lawyers to fight for his work accident claim.
Our client was injured at work when he tripped and fell over 14 feet through a floor. Solicitors in Digby Brown's Edinburgh office managed to secure fair compensation following his ordeal.
Our client was injured when a coffee machine at her place of work malfunctioned and exploded leaving her disabled. Our solicitors were able to secure £180,000 in compensation for her injuries.
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Stewart Dewar was working as a delivery driver when he badly injured his back at a delivery to a supermarket in Stirling.
Mr MacDonald was working for a building supplies company in the Highlands when he was injured using a saw.
Our client was unable to return to work after his accident and was medically retired. Our Dundee solicitors secured £120,000 - six times more than the original offer.
Mr H was employed by a construction company and was working on a local housing development in Fife when the accident happened.
Martin was employed as a Tree Surgeon by a local company in Aberdeen when he was injured by a chainsaw.
Stuart McLean was seriously injured at work when he and his team were taking down an old warehouse in Fife, negatively impacting on his future career and job opportunities.
Sheila broke her wrist in an accident at her work in Edinburgh when she slipped on water. She had been working at the factory for almost 29 years as a process operator.
Mrs Robertson was injured as a result of the negligence of a fellow employee at the cafe where she worked.
Our client was injured at work, sustaining a crush injury to his right thumb, with scarring and loss of sensation, when a spreader beam toppled over.
Gordon Lorimer was seriously injured in a work accident that could have been prevented if the right health and safety regulations had been followed.
Our Inverness office secure over five times the original offer using new Pursuer Offer.
Mr P. was injured whilst at work and although his injuries at first did not appear very serious, he was forced to give up his job as his injuries developed.
Mr R. was unable to return to working as a welder after he was injured working in the Highlands.
Our client injured his hand in an industrial accident at work and his employer denied liability for the accident.
Following Mr X’s accident at work, he found it painful to drive and carry out his role at work but his employer ignored his requests for compensation.
Mr N was working for a firm manufacturing aircraft parts in East Lothian when he was injured in the face by a metal rod he was using.
Mr V. worked for a demolition company when he was injured by a defective container door at work.
Mr Meadows suffered a nasty injury during a lifting operation at work. Specialist solicitors secured 5 times more compensation for Mr Meadows.
Our client had not long returned to work after an operation on her foot. She was using crutches when she fell at work, aggravating her foot injury.
"The compensation has secured my future and my daughters’ future which was my main priority."
Mrs P worked in a local factory in Fife when she was injured in a fall at work. She came to Digby Brown’s Kirkcaldy office for help making a claim for compensation.
Our client injured his back in an accident at work. He couldn’t return to heavy manual work and was made redundant at work.
When Raymond came to Digby Brown after his work accident, our solicitors obtained liability and began negotiations to reach a six figure settlement.
Mrs H. suffered a nasty forearm fracture after slipping on a wet floor at work, a hair salon in Edinburgh. The salon refused to accept full responsibility for her injuries.
Mr W. was injured when he fell from a ladder whilst working as a roofer. Had someone been footing the ladder, the accident could have been avoided.
Ms C. was working as a sales assistant in a soft furnishings store when she was injured carrying out her job.
Mr J, a young man who had just started a job with a manufacturing firm, suffered knee injuries after a heavy piece of metal fell on him.
Digby Brown's personal injury lawyers were able to use their legal funding to help a client achieve a 3-fold increase in compensation following an injury in an accident at work.
If you have been injured at work and would like to speak with someone, please either call us on 0333 200 5925 or text help to 83310. Alternatively you can fill in our brief enquiry form.