Injury resulting from an accident at work

Unfortunately, occupational accidents are something that you rarely see coming, like a fall from scaffolding or slipping in the kitchen. A traffic accident during working hours is also considered an occupational accident. A relatively minor occupational accident can have major consequences for your personal life. Firstly, because of costs of medical and informal care, and the potential loss of income. In addition, the situation may become a source of tension in the workplace. Our personal injury lawyers will stand up for your interests and help you to find clarity as quickly as possible. If necessary, we can also support you in the reintegration process, in applying for a personal budget and in arranging care and follow-up care.

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You can usually recover damages from your employer. To do that, the accident must have happened during working hours. An employer will not be required to pay if there was intent or deliberate recklessness on the part of the employee or if the employer can prove that it has fulfilled its duty of care. Most employers have liability insurance that covers personal injury through occupational accidents. In that case, the other party is not usually the employer, but an insurer. We have the experience to enter into discussions with the insurer on your behalf. If the insurer or employer rejects liability, we can even go to court.

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