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healthcare and emergency services frequently asked questions

If your employer has failed to provide you with appropriate protective work equipment to enable you to do your job, and you have suffered an injury as a result, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. 
All employers are required to ensure that risks from sharps injuries are adequately assessed and appropriate control measures are in place. The Sharp Instruments in Healthcare Regulations 2013 provide specific details on requirements that must be taken by healthcare employers and their contractors. 
This shouldn’t be the case, but we do understand this can happen. We have a team of experienced employment lawyers who may be able to help if you face unfair treatment following your personal injury claim. 
You generally have three years from the date of accident to bring a claim, although there are a few exceptions, which our legal team will be able to advise you on. 

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