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I just want to clarify. Are you pertaining to injury claim?
If yes - in order to make a successful personal injury compensation claim, you need to be able to prove that the accident was caused due the negligence of another person or company. It is therefore not possible to make a claim if you were entirely at fault for causing the accident.
To clarify - generally, if you are injured as a result of an accident that was your fault you will not be able to make a claim for compensation unless another person or organisation was also partly to blame for the accident. However, we have to take into consideration that you have ignored the warning sign which means that your employer did not breach his duty of care, which makes it impossible to claim for personal injury due to negligence of the company.
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