Maintenance is an important part of life. We create machinery of all kinds but unless that machinery is maintained it cannot always do the jobs we intend it to. Maintenance engineers can therefore be found in lots of different workplaces, helping to keep things running as smoothly as possible. When their job is done well, they can minimise the number of breakdowns that occur, simply by maintaining and servicing everything whenever required.
The world of industry will employ plenty of maintenance engineers. However, the industrial workplace must also provide a safe place to work with the minimum of potential hazards present each day. If health and safety is not paid proper attention, someone could be injured and claim maintenance engineer injury compensation as a result.
How might you end up claiming?
Each situation will vary, which means you have to consider whether someone has been negligent in causing whatever injuries you currently have. Incidentally, it is also worth noting that an injury which occurred in the last three years is also potentially liable to warrant compensation if there is enough evidence. This is the time frame you have to work within.
Accident Advice Helpline has spoken to maintenance engineers who have been hurt due to having inadequate personal protective equipment, poor training or even a lack of suitable tools to do their jobs with. Thankfully such cases are rare, but it is important that anyone who is hurt in these circumstances can get the advice they wish to seek.
Was someone else to blame?
You will need proof of negligence if your maintenance engineer injury compensation claim is to stand a chance of success. The good news is that your professional injury compensation lawyer at Accident Advice Helpline could be able to take care of the whole process for you.
Take the strain out of finding out more about claiming compensation today by calling our expert staff at Accident Advice Helpline. Our advisors have extensive experience with all kinds of claims and we will be able to represent you with a lawyer experienced in such cases. Why not call 0800 689 0500 now to see how your injury might warrant a compensation payout of some kind? The more you learn the more you will understand how you could be able to benefit financially as a result of the accident you went through.
Date Published: September 29, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Accident at work claim