Accidents at Work

Manual Handling Accidents - Repetitive Strain Injuries - Industrial Injuries - Assault at Work - Health & Safety Breaches - Slips, Trips and Falls - Poor Working Conditions - Farming Accidents - Accidents Involving Machinery

If you have suffered an injury at work or your health has deteriorated as a result of poor working conditions you may be entitled to claim compensation. Whatever injuries or financial losses you have suffered, Nelson Myatt Solicitors could help you get the treatment that you need to get you back on track as well as recovering compensation for your pain, suffering and out of pocket expenses.


We have a wealth of experience in employer liability claims and pride ourselves on getting the best results possible for our clients. We do everything possible to take the stress out of the situation by progressing your claim quickly and keeping you updated every step of the way.


Our accident at work claims are operated on a No Win No Fee basis meaning that our clients have no upfront costs and are therefore shielded from the financial risk of starting a claim. Unlike most firms we don’t take a percentage of your damages from you when your claim is settled meaning you receive 100% of your compensation award.

Frequently Asked Questions


We’ve taken the time to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about Accident at Work claims in our blog. Click on the links below to learn more about Accidents at Work.

· What type of work-related accident can I claim for?

· How do I go about making a claim for compensation?

· What information do I need to provide to you about the accident?

· How long will my claim take?

· How much compensation will I receive?

· Do I have to attend a medical examination?

· What financial losses can I recover?

Starting your claim

If you would like to discuss your potential claim in strict confidence you can call Andrew Nelson on 01492 588200 or email Alternatively, you can use the contact form below to request further advice.

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