Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice for Employees
The new coronavirus disease, officially named COVID-19, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. As the virus continues to spread extensively, it is posing significant health and safety risks to employees, in particular those working in healthcare, education, food, transport, utilities and public safety/law enforcement.
Here we will providing employees advice on their health and safety rights whilst the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing, as well as helpful answers to those questions you may have should you need to make a personal injury claim during this time, either relating to COVID-19 or other types of injury claims.
We’ll also ensure that our advice is updated to reflect changes in government advice.
- Coronavirus – Am I safe at work?
- Accident at work claim: what employees need to know
- How long do I have to make an accident at a work claim?
Frequently Asked Questions
- Will I get sacked if I make COVID-19 personal injury claim?
- How with COVID-19 affect my current personal injury claim?
- NHS Guidance on Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Click Here >
- COVID-19: guidance for employees, employers and businesses – Click Here >
- COVID-19: Government guidance on limiting spread of coronavirus in business and workplaces – Click Here >
How we can help?
Work-Related Illness Claims
Vicarious Liability Claims
Redundancy Settlement Agreements
Unfair & Constructive Dismissal
If you need advice and want to talk to one of our injury specialists, please call us on our freephone number 0800 434 6544 or 01606 872200, or email us. We offer a free initial consultation, there is no obligation and completely confidential. We are still open for business and here to help.
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