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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Construction accident claims

    Injuries you could sustain as a bricklayer

    ContentsBricklayer injuriesSmall or significant injuriesBricklaying is one of those jobs that looks incredibly easy. In reality, those who are fast and good at the job have usually been doing it for many years. While bricklaying would seem like a fairly straightforward job, it doesn’t come without potential risks and the chance that an accident or….

    Construction site accidents: Falling from heights

    Falling from heights is something that not only occurs in our dreams. Slips, trips and falls are a major source of workplace accidents with the HSE reporting in 2011 that over half (53%) are attributed to slips, trips and falls. As many as 50 Britons die each year as a result of a fall. Falls….

    Construction site accidents

    Given the nature of the work and machinery involved, it’s of little surprise that construction commonly troubles the upper echelons of lists compiling industries which see the most accidents occurring. Statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) reveal that while construction accounts for only 5% of employees in Britain, construction site accidents make up….

    Construction site accident

    Introducing construction site accidents Ever wandered past a building or construction site and thought ‘blimey, that looks a little precarious.’? The chances are, you were right. As industries go, construction is one of the riskiest to work in. Accidents at work are common and, given the size and scale of the machinery and products involved,….

    Types of injuries you could sustain from a construction accident

    When it comes to accidents and being hurt there are many types of injuries you could sustain from a construction accident. Whatever the nature of the injury, however, you could be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim if the accident was not your fault. Accident Advice Helpline, as a law firm dealing specifically….

    Claiming for a construction accident

    Have you been the victim of an accident that was not your fault? More importantly, could that accident have been avoided if only others around you had taken more care? Did you sustain your injuries on a building site? If you did and you want to know more about claiming for a construction accident, then call….

    How you could become involved in a construction accident

    There are thousands of people who set off to work every day of the week, unaware that it could be the day they could be injured through no fault of their own. Having gone through your normal daily routine you probably don’t consider how you could become involved in a construction accident. Accident Advice Helpline is….

    Your employer’s responsibility to prevent you from having a construction accident

    As an employee working on a construction site, you have the right be as safe as is humanly possible during the execution of your duties. It doesn’t matter if you are a manager, supervisor or a general labourer working on site, it is your employer’s responsibility to prevent you from having a construction accident. We….

    Work injury on a construction site

    Have you suffered a work injury on a construction site? By law your employer has a duty of care to ensure you absolute safety and to prevent any work injury on a construction site or within working premises, you can usually be eligible for compensation if your employer’s negligence has caused your accident and this….

    Construction site accidents at work

    The building and construction industry is a very high risk area of employment, although it accounts for only about 5% of the people employed in the UK, it is still responsible for 10% of reported major injuries incurred due to construction site accidents at work. Sometimes these injuries may not pose much of a problem….

    Construction accident compensation claims

    Construction accident claim information and advice If you have any questions or need expert advice about accident claims and compensation for your construction accident claim, talk to one of our friendly, legally trained advisors now, on 0800 689 0500. Have you been injured on a construction site? If you injure yourself on a construction site,….

    Construction accident

    Every year in the UK, the construction industry gives rise to deaths, serious injuries and construction accident claims. The industry is aware of this and has made huge improvements in health and safety over the last decade. The equipment used in construction is continually evolving and being developed and new equipment is appearing on construction….

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