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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

    Compensation for poorly-planned building work

    Building work can be very complex in some cases. Building a garden wall is one thing but building an entire house is quite another. However, in every case the building work to be done should be planned in detail before anything begins. Poorly-planned building work can lead to a greater danger of an accident occurring,….

    Compensation for accidents on a building site

    If you ever walk past a building site you’ll see a variety of notices warning you that no unauthorised personnel should enter the site without permission. Furthermore you’ll notice hard hats must always be worn. There is also the requirement to meet a variety of other conditions, and these are all in place to minimise….

    Compensation for a building collapse

    Building work is taking place at all times all over the country. Some jobs may be significantly larger than others but they all have one thing in common – proper planning procedures. The idea is that every job should be properly planned and have the right trained employees on the team to ensure the building….

    Compensation for accidents on building sites

    You might be working on a new build site building houses or you could be carrying out maintenance or repairs on a roof or guttering, which will involve working at height. Perhaps you’ve started working on a refurbishment project or a basement conversion and have been injured. Accidents on building sites have the potential to….

    Building restorer injury advice

    Certain professions are very specialized so accidents for those who do those jobs are rare, but sometimes we are called upon to give building restorer injury advice. When you work as a building restorer, there are a number of risks involved that may lead you to have an accident. You may be: Asked to work….

    Compensation for being injured by building work

    It is not uncommon to find ourselves having to bypass construction work at any time. As new buildings go up, or existing ones are renovated, building sites are a familiar feature of the modern landscape. All the activities that are undertaken in these areas are governed by strict health and safety guidelines, aimed at keeping….

    Can I claim for an accident as a foreman?

    Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you if you are wondering whether you can claim for an accident as a foreman. Whether you were working for a private employer or for your own business, personal injury law may cover your foreman accident. If your accident as a foreman was caused by someone else,….

    Foreman accident claim

    Were you injured in the last three years while working as a foreman?  You may be able to start a foreman accident claim. Check your potential claim and what it could be worth by contacting Accident Advice Helpline. Established in 2000, Accident Advice Helpline helps thousands of people annually to make financial compensation claims for….

    Crane accident compensation claims

    Cranes can be crucial to the success of large construction operations and are used on building sites across the UK; they’re also used for heavy and light engineering, mining and on oil rigs. Although crane accidents are rare, they can cause serious injuries and even death – the average UK rate of fatalities attributed to….

    Building site accidents – can I get compensation?

    Building site accidents are unfortunate, but they do happen, and it is the duty of employers to make employees aware of the risks involved with such work. Health and safety is a massive issue in construction as there are so many possible accidents that can happen and those who do not have the right safety….

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