Thank you. There are only two possible ways to claim here – one is for constructive dismissal, the other for personal injury.
Constructive dismissal occurs when you are forced to resign as a result of the employer’s unreasonable behaviour. To be honest I do not really see this as being a constructive dismissal claim and they are generally quite difficult to prove anyway.
So the only other option is for personal injury claim, where you are going to argue that the employer’s negligence had caused you the injuries in question and it would allow you to potentially claim for the injury itself and any associated costs/losses, such as treatment or loss of earnings. However, you would have to prove that it was the employer’s negligence that caused you this. The fact that they have admitted that they are partly responsible can assist you but if it as only partially their fault then their liability may be limited. You also have to ensure that you are within time to make a claim as one needs to be submitted within 3 years of the injury taking place, or in the case of latent injuries which do not manifest themselves immediately but at a later stage – 3 years from time of diagnosis.
I suggest you consider going to see a personal injury solicitor to see if you have a good claim – many can give you a free initial consultation and it will provide you with an opportunity to determine if it is worth taking this matter any further. If it is they can also potentially agree a no win no fee representation with you to take this down the legal route.
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