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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 : Building site accident claims

    Top tips for using ladders safely

    Ladders can be very useful for helping you reach higher areas, such as shelving or cupboards. They are also useful in specific circumstances, such as on construction sites when certain jobs require someone to work at height. While ladders are not always the best things to use (sometimes scaffolding can be better and safer), they….

    Quarry site manager injury advice

    If you are seeking quarry site manager injury advice, Accident Advice Helpline have experts who can help you. The quarrying industry in Britain is still widely considered as a dangerous industry with a relatively high number of fatal and major injuries when compared with other sectors. The quarrying industry has worked hard to try and improve….

    How to claim building site back injury compensation

    Most people have suffered backache to some degree at some point in their lives. Sometimes this can be down to something as simple as bad posture, but in other cases it can be caused by an injury. Working on a building site is a very physical job. It doesn’t matter what specific role you fulfil,….

    Compensation for falling on a building site

    Working on a building site means you might work in all weathers. It also means you could end up working in a variety of circumstances. For example you could be on ground level, perhaps building a wall or working on the electrical system being installed in a new building. On the other hand you could….

    Compensation for an accident on a building site

    Building is one of the more challenging and potentially dangerous industries you could choose to work in. However there is no reason why the vast majority of builders should be able to work in complete safety at all times. Health and safety laws are there for a reason, and the people you work for should….

    Compensation for accidents in the building industry

    Whether you’re an employee or a self-employed contractor, working in construction can be a hazardous job – but there are precautions you and your employer can take to reduce the risk of accidents in the building industry occurring. Things like proper training, PPE and adhering to health and safety regulations (such as carrying out risk….

    Compensation for building conversion injuries

    The process of converting a building can be a long and difficult one, especially if the building needs a lot of work doing to it to get it ready. When converting a building it is always a good idea to hire professionals to do the work for you; they will have all the necessary equipment….

    Compensation for building site back injuries

    Back pain can have a serious impact on your life – it can make it hard to get from A to B, whilst standing and even sitting could also cause you pain. Because the back is such a big area, back pain can be hard to treat and physiotherapy or a visit to a chiropractor….

    Compensation for being injured by an excavator

    Excavators can be used for all manner of jobs and indeed are regularly seen on building sites and other similar sites where things need to be dug or moved. As you might imagine a piece of equipment like this is heavy and cumbersome in some ways, and must be operated by someone with extensive experience….

    Compensation for building site traffic accidents

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that you’re most likely to suffer an accident on a building site whilst working at height or otherwise involved in construction of some kind. But did you know that many building site accidents are caused by traffic? You could be struck by an HGV or other commercial vehicle whilst crossing….

    Compensation for falling building work

    Building sites can be hazardous places, and given the nature of the work being undertaken, members of the public can occasionally be in the wrong place at the wrong time. It is important for areas where dangerous work going on to be cordoned-off. Construction workers not only have the benefit of wearing the appropriate safety….

    Who’s to blame for my manual labour injury?

    Working on a building site or in another manual labour job can be physically demanding and tiring. You’re also more at risk of injury than say, somebody working in an office environment, due to the nature of the job. But provided health and safety is taken seriously at your place of work, you can reduce….

    Where to get building site fall compensation advice

    Did you know that falls from height are the leading cause of fatalities at workplaces in the UK? Building sites can be dangerous places at the best of times, and if you fall from height, for example from scaffolding or from a roof, you could suffer life-changing injuries. You might even have tripped and fallen….

    Have you tripped on a building site?

    Building sites can be among the more dangerous working environments to work in. With that said, the overwhelming majority of them are safe and few workers will actually experience an accident of any kind. If health and safety laws are followed and adhered to, there should be no need to worry. Of course, slips and….

    Injuries you could sustain using ladders

    Ladders are very useful things to have around. No matter how tall you happen to be, there could still be areas you cannot reach – perhaps a high shelf, or a gutter, for example – that become easily accessible with the aid of a ladder. Ladders are used in all kinds of workplaces, too. For….

    Injuries you could sustain on a building site

    Working on a building site can be dangerous, it’s true. But with the proper health and safety precautions in place, the risk of being injured or even killed in an accident at work can be reduced. You don’t even need to be working on a building site to be injured – perhaps you’re visiting your….

    How to claim excavator driver injury compensation

    Excavators are often used to shift concrete and other materials during demolition work, and due to the size and weight of these machines, it is important that drivers are fully qualified and trained in their operation. Even a competent driver could be injured if something goes wrong with the excavator or somebody else is negligent,….

    How to claim bulldozer driver injury compensation

    Bulldozers are frequently found on construction and demolition sites, and when you consider that these vehicles can weigh up to 102 tons, it’s easy to see how they could easily cause injury when things go wrong. You shouldn’t operate a bulldozer without a licence, but even qualified, experienced operators could be injured in an accident….

    How to claim building site visitor injury compensation

    There are any number of different reasons why you might need to visit a building site. Perhaps you’re visiting for personal reasons, to pick up a friend or partner. Or you could be a surveyor or inspector from the local council who requires access to the site. Maybe you’re delivering building supplies from a builders….

    How to claim bulldozer accident compensation

    A bulldozer is a very big piece of equipment that is usually seen on construction sites and in similar places where large amounts of sand, soil or other materials need to be moved quickly and efficiently. Accidents involving bulldozers can result in serious injuries for those concerned. Even the smallest of bulldozers can cause serious….

    Compensation for building merchant injuries

    Building merchants tend to be pretty busy places. It’s no wonder – they stock all kinds of tools, timber, fixings and other items for all kinds of building and construction jobs around the home and on building sites. As such you can expect to find whatever you need here. You can also imagine how important….

    Site surveyor accident counselling

    If you are struggling to cope emotionally following a site surveyor accident, you may need site surveyor accident counselling. Consult your doctor now to get the help you need. After you have spoken to your doctor, Accident Advice Helpline should be your first call. Building site accidents Accidents on a building site can be very….

    Compensation for building collapse injuries

    We don’t often stop to think about the buildings we live and work in – we take it for granted that they’re safe places to be. Yet there are a number of things which could cause a building collapse, and when a building does collapse, particularly one which is multiple storeys high, it can cause….

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