Work Injury

Work Injury is an injury sustained whilst at work. For example, in a warehouse environment, you can sustain an injury from heavy boxes falling on you. This could be a result of the boxes not be properly stored or you not having the right safety clothes on.

What you should do if you've sustained an injury at work:

If you are an employee, then report the accident to your manager and make sure the accident has been recorded. This record will be vital when making a claim for compensation.

Can I claim if I'm partly/fully at fault?

Yes, you can claim for compensation if you were an employee in your work, and in this context, you can't be at fault, it is the employer. The employer is responsible for your health and safety when working for them. If they fail to give a healthy and safe environment to work in, then you can claim against them.