Commercial kitchens can be dangerous places. A busy environment with hot or heavy equipment can lead to accidents, especially if your employer doesn’t take the right precautions to keep you safe. If you've been injured whilst at work in a commercial kitchen, our personal injury lawyers could help you claim compensation.
Burns and scalds are particularly common in commercial kitchens because of equipment such as deep fat fryers, grills and open hobs. Hot liquids and steam can also pose a risk of scalding to kitchen employees. Occasionally, misplaced equipment or a poorly designed working space can cause an employee to trip, coming into contact with a hot surface or substance.
Everyone deserves to be able to work in a safe environment, so it’s the responsibility of your employer to keep workplace risks to a minimum. If, however, you have suffered an injury working in a commercial kitchen, our solicitors may be able to help you.
You may be entitled to compensation for loss of earnings while you recover, and we can help arrange specialist care and rehabilitation. We also understand that psychological stress and trauma can often follow a burn or scald injury, which is why we deal with your case sensitively and offer support in this area too.
We’ve helped thousands of people claim compensation after being injured at work, including injures that happened in a kitchen. Our dedicated employment law team are also always on hand to advise you on any disputes with your employer.
We understand that making a claim after an accident can be financially daunting, which is why most of our cases are funded on a No Win, No Fee basis.
By making a commercial kitchen claim with us, you could get compensation to help pay for rehabilitation and to cover any time you’ve had to take off work. Most claims we handle are on a
No Win No Fee basis*, meaning you won’t have to pay any legal fees if you claim isn’t successful.
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