Warehouse Injury Claims 2018-02-22T08:41:14+00:00
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Warehouse Injury Claims & Warehouse Accidents

Warehouses or factories put employees who work there at a high risk for sustaining injuries caused by:

  • Accidents
  • Repetitive trauma

Heavy equipment operators, machinists, shippers, loaders and employees with similar jobs have to do repetitive movements which overuse certain muscles. This leads to cumulative trauma injuries which affect:

  • Arms
  • Legs
  • Neck
  • Joints
  • Back

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If you were a victim of a warehouses or factory accident, you are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits because your employer is responsible for your safety and for your health. Call our specialist solicitors on 0844 484 7774 for free advice.

Common Warehouse Injuries

Common types of injuries which occur in a warehouse or factory are:

  • Back, shoulders and neck sprain or strain
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Pinched nerve
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Burns and lacerations
  • Foot and arm injuries
  • Partial or complete vision loss
  • Limb amputation
  • Bone fractures
  • Heart failure or heart attack.

Causes of Warehouse and Factory Accidents Include:

  • Colliding with another worker
  • Load falling from heights on employees
  • Defective forklifts, known as forklift truck accidents (FLT)
  • Explosions
  • Improper supervision
  • Lack of compliance with safety procedures
  • Operating in dangerous sectors


How long do I have to put in a compensation claim?

Usually you have three years to start legal proceedings for personal injury, however in the case of claims related to Asbestos or delayed symptoms f you would have three years from the date the symptoms / causes were identified by a professional.

If in doubt about your right to claim or if a deadline is fast approaching please call us we will be happy to look into your case.


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