Accident at Work Cases, Slip, Trip or Fall Cases

J was awarded £6,100 for her injuries

Shoulder injury

Published, September 26, 2018

J was at work, on a day that seemed like any other. The cleaners were present and were busy vacuuming the floors.

She was walking down a corridor when she suddenly tripped on a hoover flex that had been left in her way by one of the cleaners.

Before she knew it, J had fallen into the wall. She felt pain in her shoulder and arm and it was later confirmed that she had suffered tendon damage. This left her with constant pins and needles in her arm and shoulder, as well as an inability to lift anything heavy. This caused serious issues in her day-to-day life as she struggled to pick up a huge number of objects.

She found herself struggling to do some of the simplest things for herself and her family.

One day, while she was browsing online, she saw a First4Lawyers online advert. She decided to contact us, so went through to our site and got in touch through our online chat service. After taking some initial information from her, we decided she likely had a strong claim.

We put her in contact with a specialist personal injury lawyer, who took her claim on in a No Win No Fee capacity.

Her solicitor went on to help her claim £6,100 in compensation.

Talking about the service we provided her with, J said: "First4Lawyers were friendly, compassionate and extremely professional."

If, like J, you’ve had an accident at work in the UK, we could help you get the justice you deserve. Call us on the number at the top of the screen to find out more or simply start your claim here.

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