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Holiday Claims

  If you have been injured abroad or on holiday then we may be able to help you claim compensation. For example if you were hurt: in a road traffic accident in your hotel or apartment at the swimming pool because of something you ate or in any other way Our staff at Bromets can advise you on whether a …

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Work Related Stress

  Pressure is part and parcel of all work and can help to keep staff motivated. However, excessive or uncontrolled pressure can lead to work related stress and make people ill. This in turn can lead to physical symptoms of ill health, such as heart disease, as well as longer term psychological damage. At Bromets we recognise and understand the …

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Industrial Disease

  Employers are required to reduce or eliminate the risk of harm to their employees by virtue of their working environment. If you have suffered disease as a result of your work you may be entitled to compensation. Examples include: asbestos related injuries vibration white finger upper limb disorders (repetitive strain injuries) stress occupational asthma noise induced hearing loss Bromets …

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Occupiers and Public Liability

  If you have suffered injury in a public place on the highway or on someone else’s property, because of a slip, trip, or fall we may be able to help you claim compensation at no cost to you. Your injury, or that of your child, may be as a result of a: slipping & tripping accident sports injury accident …

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Road Traffic Accidents

  At Bromets we cover claims for drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and bikers. Road accident claims are the most common cause of personal injury claims and every year, road traffic accidents cost thousands of lives, serious injuries, trauma, illness, and absenteeism. Whether you were the driver or passenger of a car, motorcyclist, pedal cyclist, pedestrian or victim of a ‘hit …

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Accidents at Work

  Accident at work claims could involve: Defective or dangerous machinery Slipping or tripping on debris or dangerous surfaces Injuries involving lifting or manual handling Injuries suffered in the construction industry Exposure to harmful and dangerous substances Employees exposed to violent attacks by patients or customers To avoid an accident at work your employer must try to ensure that you …

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Dismissals and Compromise Agreements

  Whether or not you have a fair reason for dismissal, a badly managed dismissal can be a costly and time consuming. Our experienced lawyers will advise you on the correct procedures, help you assess the risk and advise on the appropriate use of compromise agreements to pre-empt potential claims against your business. Compromise agreements must be carefully negotiated to …

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Restrictive Covenants and Confidential Information

  As a business you have every right to protect information that you consider both integral and invaluable to the success of your business. Restricting the use of this information or the soliciting of customers by employees after their term of employment may be vital to the protection of your market position. The inclusions of restrictive covenants and confidentiality clauses …

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TUPE Transfers

  The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) has a far reaching and sometimes unexpected outcome when you are considering acquiring a new business or part of a business. TUPE provides strict criteria under which employees of the business you are acquiring and their employment contracts may transfer to your business. Similarly, if you are changing your …

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Redundancy and Re-organisation

  Your business will evolve with time and new technologies or processes can result in the need to reduce your workforce. This is permissible as long as the correct procedures are followed. You must take certain steps to ensure the redundancy is fair. Consultation is in most cases recommended and there is a statutory requirement that if 20 or more …

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