Accident at Work Cases, Personal Injury Cases

Mr Hart suffered foot injury after accident at work

Injured foot

Published, February 12, 2020

Mr Hart was at work, going about his day-to-day duties at the factory he worked in, expecting a normal day.

He was removing the contents of a metal box from an industrial fire when he sustained his injury. It left him with significant burns to the top of his foot, requiring medical attention. The accident left Mr Hart feeling very upset and worried about his family. It has also meant he faced difficulty looking after his children on a day-to-day basis, impacting on his family life.

After some initial research, Mr Hart found First4Lawyers online and decided to contact us to find out how we might be able to help him. After an initial conversation, we agreed that he had a strong case to make a compensation claim and put him in touch with one of our expert personal injury solicitors.

His solicitor successfully assisted Mr Hart in getting the £1,700 in compensation he was entitled to for his injury. His claim was made on a no win no fee basis, which meant he didn’t have to pay anything upfront and he wouldn’t have to pay anything if he was not successful.

Mr Hart says that he would “definitely recommend” First4Lawyers, explaining that we “did a good job” when assisting him with his claim and helping him get the compensation he deserved.

If, like Mr Hart, you’ve been injured and it wasn’t your fault, 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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