Accidents at work, unfortunately, happen all of the time. Instead of making a personal injury claim, many employees delay pursuing compensation for a multitude of reasons.

We explore the top reasons why employees delay making personal injury enquiries and why this could be harmful to a successful compensation claim.

If you have been injured at work within the last three years and any of the reasons below have deterred you from pursuing an Accident At Work claim, now may be the perfect time for you to contact Paul Crowley & Co the serious injury specialists, here’s why…

1. You don’t want to lose your job

Many employees resist pursuing a personal injury claim they know they are entitled to due to pressure from work.

Employees may feel as though they will be fired if they try to pursue a claim, or they will be subject to a hostile environment at work.

Some employees may have built a strong personal relationship with their employer and so don’t want to upset someone who they consider a friend.

You can’t be fired for making a claim

Legally, you cannot be fired for making a personal injury claim.

Should your employer try and fire you because you are enquiring about your workplace injury, you would then be entitled to make an unfair dismissal claim.

Speak to a lawyer now…

Speak directly with one of our Accident at Work specialist lawyers on 0151 264 7363 and claim the compensation you deserve… why wait… it will only take a few minutes to set-up your claim… and then we take care of the rest.


2. You don’t have enough time

Many people who work full-time have very limited free time and don’t want to pursue injury claims during their evenings.

Employees may also feel unable to contact personal injury experts during their lunch breaks as they may be worried their employer will overhear and punish them.

You now have more time on your hands

Whether you are working from home or have been furloughed during the Covid-19 lockdown, you will have more free time to pursue a compensation claim.

It will only take a few minutes to set up your claim… you explain your situation and then our personal injury experts do the rest. You could qualify for a NO WIN NO FEE compensation claim, ask for further information.

“By law you cannot be dismissed from your role for bringing an injury claim against your employer, having said that it is natural to have reservations. Some of my most successful cases started out with similar concerns. If you have been injured at work I would urge you to get in touch for some free, confidential advice before you decide whether or not you would like to proceed with a claim for compensation”.

Daniel Griffiths,
Head of Personal Injury

3. You are waiting for your next job

Some employees may be waiting until their contract has finished or they have been let go before deciding to reach out to a serious injury specialists.

Should their contract get renewed, they may decide keeping their new contract is more important than pursuing a claim.

The sooner you make a claim, the better

Your claim may require evidence such as witness statements or CCTV footage, the sooner you begin pursuing your claim the easier it will be to collect this evidence and strengthen your claim. Witness statements, for example, may become vague if the incident took place over a year ago.

Contact the Serious Injury Specialists

If you have been recently furloughed, or just find yourself determined to seek justice for a workplace injury, now is the time to pursue a personal injury claim and contact Paul Crowley & Co Solicitors.

Paul Crowley & Co Solicitors are open and fully operational during the lockdown our solicitors are on-hand to answer any queries you may have about your injury. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us today.

Contact Paul Crowley & Co today

Give us a call…

For Initial FREE Advice no obligation advice call our Accident at Work legal team on 0151 264 7363 or email us. We look forward to hearing from you.

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