Accident at Work Solicitors

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Protecting Employees: Legal Solutions for Workplace Accidents

Accidents at Work Solicitors

Introduction to Accidents at Work

At McGrath Mullan Solicitors here in Dublin 7, we know that workplace accidents can have significant impacts on employees’ lives. Understanding that employers have legal duties to maintain a safe work environment, our experienced team is here to support employees who have suffered injuries due to workplace accidents. We are committed to helping you understand your rights and exploring options for compensation.

Our Approach

Your Rights, Our Expertise

Our approach is centred on ensuring that employees’ rights are protected and upheld. We thoroughly assess each case to determine if there has been a failure to comply with workplace safety obligations by employers. With over 40 years of experience in personal injury cases, we are well-equipped to advise you on the strength of your claim and guide you through the legal process.


How we can help

Seeking Compensation for Workplace Injuries

If you’ve been injured at work, you may be entitled to compensation, especially if the injury resulted from your employer’s negligence or breach of duty. Our experienced team will work diligently to ensure you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries and that your case is handled efficiently and transparently.

Costs and Fees

In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

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Understanding Employer's Duties and Employee's Rights

  • Safe Workplace: Employers are required to provide and maintain a safe workplace, including safe equipment and machinery.
  • Risk Prevention: It is the duty of the employer to prevent risks associated with the use of any equipment, substances, and exposure to harmful physical agents.
  • Training and Instruction: Employers must provide necessary training and instruction to ensure employees can perform their duties safely.
  • Protective Gear: Provision of appropriate protective clothing and equipment is essential, depending on the nature of the work.
  • Preventing Unsafe Conduct: Employers must take steps to prevent any conduct that could jeopardise the safety, health, and welfare of employees.
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Contact Us

If you have suffered injuries at work due to an employer’s breach of duty, contact McGrath Mullan today. Our solicitors are ready to provide you with expert legal advice and support without obligation. Reach out to us to discuss your options and ensure your rights are protected.

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