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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 : Working at height injury claims

    Useful working at height hazards and control measures


    Working at height can be dangerous. That’s why the Work at Height Regulations 2005 was implemented. It applies to ‘all work at height, where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury’. If you are working at height on a regular basis at your place of work, or even as a….

    The dangers of working from a height


    In an employment environment where ‘beggars can’t be choosers’, it’s understandable that employees don’t feel like ‘rocking the boat’ when it comes to their employers. But health and safety is an incredibly important facet of any business that so often gets tragically overlooked, so as employees, if you are aware of any negligence when it….

    The benefits of a Safety Harness training course


    No matter how safely a tower has been erected or with how much care a ladder has been sited, without a safety harness the worker is still in a lot of danger as they will have no second level of safety should something go wrong. When a tower is finally at its fullest height, no….

    Working at height injury claims


    Working at height injury claims may result from any incident whereby someone falls while working at height. This can refer to working at any height above ground level. For example, it could relate to a fall from a few steps up on a stepladder. Conversely, it could refer to a fall someone sustains from scaffolding….

    How to claim for a working at height injury


    Do you need to know how to claim for a working at height injury following an accident? If you’ve been injured working at a height and your employer’s negligence was to blame then you could be entitled to compensation. Knowing how to claim for a working at height injury will give you the confidence to….

    Your employer’s responsibility to prevent a working at height injury


    Did you know your employer’s responsibility to prevent a working at height injury is a legal one? Many people enjoy working in jobs that involve an element of risk. Steeplejacks have entertained the masses for years with their daring climbs. Firemen are often suspended in mid air at the top of a ladder rescuing people….

    Steps to prevent a working at height injury


    Steps to prevent a working at height injury, is it too late for you? If you’ve had a fall from a height in your workplace then you might be wishing steps to prevent a working at height injury had been taken by your employer. Sadly many people are badly injured every year from accidents working….

    The cost of claiming for a working at height injury


    What is the cost of claiming for a working at height injury? The cost of claiming for a working at height injury will depend very much on who you use to handle your claim. If you decide to use a local high street solicitor you might find it a very expensive business. Then there is….

    How you could sustain a working at height injury


    How you could sustain a working at height injury through no fault of your own Working at height is very dangerous if you don’t know how to go about it safely. Has lack of training caused you to be injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Are you wondering how you could sustain a….


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