Building demolition is specialist work that is carried out by qualified, competent contractors. Yet carried out incorrectly, or by incompetent contractors, a building demolition could go wrong, causing horrific injuries or even fatalities to workers and members of the public.
Suffering injuries caused by a building demolition could leave you permanently disabled or unable to return to your job, impacting your quality of life and affecting your family emotionally and financially. Let Accident Advice Helpline, with our years of industry experience, help you claim the personal injury compensation you deserve after experiencing injuries caused by a building demolition. Our service is 100% no win, no fee*, so whatever your financial circumstances, you can afford to claim with us.
Building demolitions gone wrong have the potential to cause serious, life-threatening injuries, such as:
- Head injuries and brain injury
- Crush injuries, such as broken ribs or a punctured lung
- Complex and compound fractures
- Loss of limbs
- Spinal injuries
If a contractor hits a gas pipe which has not been disconnected, this could cause an explosion which could flatten buildings in the area, seriously injuring and killing workers and those living and working in surrounding buildings. Serious burns can be life-threatening and if you recover in hospital, you could be left permanently disfigured and in need of painful, complicated skin graft operations. If your accident has changed your life, leaving you unable to work or even unable to look after yourself and live your life, our expert personal injury advisors are here to help.
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How much compensation?
You can find out how much compensation you could receive by taking the 30-second test on our website right now, or pick up the phone and call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 – it’s free to call and there’s no obligation to proceed with a claim. To work out your settlement, our professional personal injury lawyers will take into account your loss of earnings, any expenses and your pain and suffering – and we’ll refer to similar claims from the past. To find out about how you could get the compensation you deserve, get in touch with us today to speak to a member of our expert team. We’ve been helping people claim since 2000 and you could be next.
Date Published: July 12, 2015
Author: Rob Steen