We all clean to some extent. While most of us clean our own homes, some people go to work and clean for a living. Professional cleaners might work in private residences or head to work to clean offices each day. Since there are many premises that require regular cleaning, there are many possibilities for a cleaner to consider when they work in this area.
Cleaning is for the most part a safe line of work. However, as with many jobs, there can be a degree of risk involved if the cleaner does not receive proper training. Their employer has a duty of care towards them, and this means they must be aware of the potential risks and must reduce them as much as possible.
How to claim professional cleaner injury compensation
In order to claim compensation of this nature, you must have proof that negligence was behind your accident. This means you should have proof that you were not trained to use certain equipment, or were not given appropriate protection for doing a particular job, and so on.
Accident Advice Helpline knows how important it is to work out whether you could indeed claim professional cleaner injury compensation. That’s why we provide a service that can help you see whether compensation could indeed be a possibility. By assessing your particular situation and the injuries you received, we can see whether you could make a claim.
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When you have been injured at work as a cleaner, it could affect your ability to work in the future. This might only be true for a day or two, but it could equally be true for the next few weeks. Loss of earnings can be borne in mind in any compensation claim you might make.
Accident Advice Helpline is here to provide support just when you need it most. When you call us on 0800 689 0500, you’ll get access to our team of advisors, every one of whom has been trained to assess potential claims. Make sure you can speak with one of them as soon as you can, so you can see if a claim could be launched by one of our professional injury compensation lawyers. This could be the first step towards a successful outcome for you, regardless of the injuries you have been through at work in recent times.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead