Accidents Due To Inadequate Training

If you believe you have a claim as a result of accidents due to inadequate training , then please talk to our highly experienced solicitors. We are here to help with your case.

Accidents Due To Inadequate Training

While accidents arising from inadequate training typically affect those employed in more dangerous industries, there is potential for anyone to fall foul of an accident at work resulting from inadequate training or supervision. Whether you work in a warehouse or an office, your employer is required to:


  • Provide regular training, refreshing previously taught skills and teaching new one
  • Ensure management reinforces the need to follow correct procedures, as taught during training sessions
  • Make a full assessment of each employee’s abilities
  • Ensure that vulnerable employees, such as pregnant women or temporary workers, are properly catered for in the working environment

Making a claim for accidents due to inadequate training

If you believe that your employer has neglected their duties to provide you with proper training in best practice for your workplace and this has resulted in a personal injury and subsequent medical fees, loss of earnings and pain and suffering, you may be eligible to make a claim.

Our injury claims solicitors are here to help you no matter where in Ireland you’re based.

With offices in Dublin and Letterkenny, and associates around the country, we’re perfectly positioned to help you whether you live in Dublin, Galway, Cork or Donegal or anywhere in between.

Call us now on +353 1 264 5555 to speak to a member of our team.

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Step 1. Meeting To Discuss Your Case

To get a better understanding of your case and the injuries you’ve suffered, we’ll organise a consultation with you and the personal injury solicitor best suited to your needs. We can do this over the phone, at our offices or even by video call. We will explain terms such as ‘no win no fee’ and how an injury claim works.

Step 2. Arrange the medical report

Once we’ve assessed your case, we’ll send for your medical reports to be collected from a medical professional.

Step 3. Present the case to the Injury Board

Our highly experienced personal injury* solicitors will put together a detailed and strategic case designed to get you the claim you deserve. We’ll then present this case to the Injury Board.

Step 4. The Injury Board assesses your case

After we’ve presented your case, the Injury Board will assess how much of a *claim you’re likely to win.

Step 5. Decide to accept or reject the offer

As soon as you receive an offer from the injury board, our solicitors will give an honest assessment into how fair they think it is. This will help you decide whether or not to accept it.

Step 6. You receive your *Claim / Go to court

If you choose to accept the offer, an “order to pay” will be sent to the other party and you’ll receive your *claim. If you choose not to accept the offer, our personal injury* team will prepare your case for court.