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Offshore Industry Injury Compensation Claims

Working offshore can be dangerous and presents its own unique risks. If you work offshore and have suffered from an accident you may be entitled to compensation. You may have suffered from an injury during your time off and have suffered from loss of income due to being unable to return to work. Either way our team of Personal Injury Solicitors can assess your claim for compensation by calling them on 0800 310 2000 or submit an online enquiry form and we’ll get back to you.

What type of Injuries can be sustained?

Oil rig employees work in what is considered potentially dangerous conditions. The risks include working outside in the extreme weather conditions that come with working on a floating platform in the middle of the sea. The uncompromising weather means workers are subjected to torrential rain, snow, freezing temperatures and gale force winds. Aside from the risks the elements pose there can be security risks depending upon where you’re posted in the world, the transportation back and forth from the rig itself and working with potentially hazardous machinery with a risk of fire and explosion. Vincents specialist personal injury solicitors have many years experience representing Offshore Industry workers.

What can I claim compensation for?

Although salary and benefits are good whilst you’re at work, if you are unable to return to work for a long period of time or unable to return to a career offshore as a result of an accident your living standards may suffer as a result.

Our highly skilled team of Injury Solicitors will assess your case and take into account any loss of earnings throughout your recovery period and if relevant any future loss of earnings. We will also look for compensation to pension contributions and any rehabilitation costs incurred.  

For any enquiries regarding Offshore Industry Injury Compensation Claims please contact our Personal Injury Solicitors department on 0800 310 2000
Or enquire online here.