Workplace Injuries in Dublin: Your Rights and How to Get Compensation

Workplace injury

If you’ve been injured at work, you need to know how to claim compensation for your injury. Workplace injuries are common, but there are steps you can take to get the compensation that you are owed.

What are the causes of workplace injuries?

  • Slips and trips: These account for a large proportion of workplace injuries. They can be caused by a number of things, such as poor lighting or inadequate flooring.
  • Falls: Falls are another common cause of workplace injuries and they’re often related to inadequate safety equipment (such as fall arrest systems) or training on how to use it properly.
  • Poor ventilation: This can lead to heat stress or carbon monoxide poisoning if you don’t have adequate ventilation in your office space or factory flooring that will let air flow freely through the building without getting trapped behind machinery or other objects that block airflow out of the room where people work every day.

What should you do if you have been injured at work?

If you have been injured at work, the first thing to do is go to a doctor and get a medical certificate. You should also take time off work and inform your employer of what has happened.

If possible, try to avoid making a claim for compensation until after you have recovered from your injury. This will make it easier for them to assess how much money they need to pay out in compensation because they can see how much time off work has been taken (and whether or not this was necessary).

If possible, try not to let things get too heated between yourself and your employer during negotiations over compensation – keep calm!

What to do after an injury

The next step is to get a medical certificate from your doctor or hospital, describing your injury and the treatment you need. Keep a record of any symptoms you have after the accident – this will help your solicitor build up a picture of what happened and how it affected you.

It’s also important to speak with someone who understands workplace injury compensation claims so that they can advise on whether or not you have a case. Your solicitor will be able to advise themself on whether or not there are grounds for pursuing compensation from either employers or third parties (for example, if another driver was at fault).

To help build up evidence for your claim, keep diaries about how long each symptom lasts for; try writing down when it started and ended so that both parties can see how much time was spent recovering from injuries sustained during work hours

How to claim compensation for your workplace injury.

If you have been injured in a work accident and are looking to Workplace injury claim, it is important that you seek legal advice as soon as possible. Your solicitor will be able to help with the process and ensure that your rights are protected.

You may be able to make a claim through either the courts or the Workplace Injury Benefits Office (WIBO). In most cases, it will be easier for both parties if claims are dealt with through WIBO rather than going through court proceedings, which can take longer and cost more money in legal fees. However, if your employer does not offer sufficient compensation on its own accord then it may be necessary for them to go before a judge at an employment tribunal hearing where they might face greater penalties if found guilty of negligence or breach of health & safety regulations etc…

The first step in claiming compensation is to speak to a solicitor

The first step in claiming compensation is to speak to a solicitor. A solicitor will help you make a claim and advise on the best way of pursuing it. You should contact them as soon as possible after your injury so that they can start gathering evidence, such as medical records and witness statements.

The process of making a personal injury claim can take some time, depending on how complicated your case is, but generally speaking it shouldn’t take longer than six months from start to finish (though there may be delays along the way). The good news is that most solicitors will work on a no win no fee basis which means that there won’t be any upfront costs for you or your employer – only if we win!

If you’ve been injured at work, you have the right to receive compensation.

If you have been injured at work, then you have the right to receive compensation.

This can be from your employer or their insurance company, depending on how they are insured. You may also be able to claim from a government fund called the Injuries Board if it was not your fault that you were injured on the job and no one else is responsible for your injuries (for example, if someone trips over something in their own office).

You should speak with a solicitor about what options are available for you and how much money might be payable as compensation for your injuries

Conclusion

We hope you found this article helpful. If you have been injured at work and want to know more about your rights, contact us today for a free consultation with one of our solicitors.