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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 : Machinery accident claims

    Miller accident claim

    Making a miller accident claim for compensation could help you and your family to deal with the consequences of a serious injury at work. Accident Advice Helpline can assist you with the process if the accident was due to the negligence of another person, organisation or third party. A claim will secure your finances in….

    Helicopter mechanic accident claim

    Most personal injury claims stem from accidents that occur when working in high-risk professions, and a helicopter mechanic accident claim features among these. Given the amount of high-spec mechanical and electrical equipment used in this job, the weight of heavy machinery with moving parts, the well trafficked open work area, and the proximity of extremely….

    Compensation for injuries from falling machinery

    Have you been injured when machinery at work has fallen on you? Have you suffered head or facial injuries, broken bones or more serious crush injuries? Injuries from falling machinery can be serious, especially if heavy machinery is involved; you may need time off work to recover from your injuries or find yourself unable to….

    Compensation for poor machinery safety practices

    Manual workers regularly have access to equipment designed to simplify their tasks. However, just as these items can streamline jobs, poor machinery safety practices can inflict injuries. It is often the case that workers are allocated tasks for which they have not been properly trained. Where factories or production plants are working to strict deadlines, there….

    Compensation for being injured in a falling lift

    We’ve all heard of those ‘falling lift’ theme park rides – and they can be loads of fun. But actually being in a lift that is falling is a terrifying experience that could leave you psychologically injured as well as physically. If you have been injured in a falling lift, you may find you are….

    Factory tour accident claim

    If you have been hurt while on a factory tour then you might be thinking about making a compensation claim. If you want to consider a factory tour accident claim then one of the best things you can do is to enlist the help of a professional personal injury specialist. There are many companies offering….

    Compensation for breaking a foot in machinery

    Some people can work in a variety of different jobs throughout their lives and never have to come into contact with any kind of machinery. However, other workers will use machinery of one kind or another virtually every day they spend at work. When this is the case it is important to know how to….

    Compensation for machinery injuries in Scotland

    Machinery injuries are injuries that occur when a person is using one or more pieces of machinery to get a job done at work. Machines are used for all kinds of reasons in workplaces across Scotland, just as they are in many other countries. Fortunately most people use them safely and the vast majority of….

    Compensation for a machinery entanglement injury

    Of all the accidents you might hear about, a machinery entanglement injury is probably one of the most severe. This occurs when someone gets an arm, hand or leg caught in a piece of machinery, often while it is running. While various safety measures are in place to ensure this cannot happen, there is the….

    Compensation for injuries from an unsafe machine

    Employers have a duty of care to their employees and should implement health and safety to ensure that workers are safe from injury. This means that employers must conduct risk assessments to identify areas where workers could be involved in an accident and they must put measures in place to reduce this risk to an….

    Compensation for being crushed by heavy machinery

    Operating large pieces of machinery in factories, building sites, agricultural locations, and many other areas, requires a high degree of skill. It also has to be done with a lot of caution. All heavy items have the potential to cause a lot of damage if they are inadvertently dropped from height, to the object itself,….

    Machinery operations accident advice

    If you have suffered an injury while using machinery, you should seek machinery operations accident advice. While advice and assistance is available from the medical profession to treat your injuries, you also need to know your legal rights following your accident, especially in regard to making a claim for compensation. It is in your own….

    Backhoe loader injury advice

    If you have suffered an injury because of a damaged, poorly maintained or unsafe backhoe loader, it is vital that you seek the right kind of backhoe loader injury advice in order to find out who and what should be held accountable for your misfortune. At Accident Advice Helpline we offer professional consultations and all….

    How to safely operate a stump grinder

    Stump grinders are used in many different logging, construction and landscaping projects in order to remove the large stump that is left behind when a tree is cut down. These stumps are attached to roots that can go down many feet into the ground, and spread out even further, so they can sometimes be very….

    How to safely operate an MIG welder

    MIG welding is generally considered the safest and easiest type of welding to learn. No one should ever underestimate the danger of MIG welding, however. Even though it may be the safest of all the types of welding, it is still incredibly dangerous, generating temperatures that range from 3000°C all the way up to 20,000….

    How to safely operate a power drill

    When it comes to accidents at work, some industries are considerably more dangerous than others. Statistics from the Health and Safety Executive show that while only around five per cent of the working population of Britain are employed in construction, it accounts for over a quarter of all reported injuries at work over the course….

    How to safely operate a floor sander

    If you work with power tools for woodwork or other materials you may know all about the potential hazards and potential accidents at work that come with the job. There are so many different tools that could cause a serious accident at work injury claim and one tool which could cause damage is a floor….

    How to safely operate a trimmer

    From landscape gardeners looking for the perfect finish, to council employees tasked with maintaining verges and roadsides, the use of trimmers is widespread throughout the United Kingdom, and with good reason. Trimmers are a significant help in terms of quickening and easing the workload. However, as with many mechanical tools, they can also cause serious….

    Injuries caused by operating heavy factory machinery

    Factories are among the most dangerous workplaces in the UK. If you’ve have had an accident at work and you are thinking about claiming compensation, contact Accident Advice Helpline for expert advice. Types of work accident with heavy factory machinery If you work in a factory, it is likely that there will be rigorous safety….

    Five potentially hazardous work-related vehicles

    Having a vehicle in the workplace can be a vital asset. Access to a vehicle to significantly reduce the amount the workload for any individual, and their use in the workplace is almost essential. Unfortunately, the use of a vehicle is a serious contributing factor in accidents at work. Here is Accident Advice Helpline’s guide….

    Factory workers – safety tips

    If you work in a factory, you’re probably working to tight deadlines and often it’s a highly pressured job. This means that it’s vital for staff to receive proper training in using equipment and workplace procedures, as there are a number of risks inherent to the role. Staying safe at work in a factory From….

    Farm accidents: Heavy machinery noise levels

    Farms are statistically one of the most dangerous workplaces. If you’ve had an accident at work within the last 3 years and you were injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to claim work accident compensation. Common work-related injuries on the farm According to figures from the Health and Safety Executive,….

    Construction site accidents: Dangerous machinery

    Dangerous machinery is a major cause of work-related accidents. We’ve all heard the gruesome tales of employees who have suffered serious injuries as the result of a mishap when working with dangerous machinery in the workplace. What must my employer do to prevent accidents with machinery? Under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act….

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