Working on a loft conversion doesn’t have to be dangerous, but if your employer doesn’t follow health and safety regulations they could put you at serious risk of loft conversion injuries. You’ll usually be working at height and may be working on an unstable surface, which puts you at risk of falling and sustaining serious injuries. If this has happened to you, we can offer confidential, no-obligation advice if you want to find out more about making a personal injury claim for your loft conversion injuries
The types of injuries sustained whilst working on a loft conversion can vary, but could include:
- Broken bones, such as broken ribs;
- Crush injuries, if materials or equipment fall on you;
- Spinal injuries;
- Head injuries; and
- Cuts and bruises.
Obviously, some of these injuries are more serious than others, but Accident Advice Helpline could help you to claim compensation no matter how minor your injuries are. If you’ve needed time off work to recover after your accident, your loss of earnings will be taken into account too. In fact, however you have been injured, we believe that you deserve to be compensated if somebody else is to blame for your accident and it could have been avoided.
Employers have a duty to keep their employees safe at work, so if you’ve been injured whilst working for a loft conversion company then why should you suffer in silence? Whether you fell from inadequately installed scaffolding or were injured by faulty equipment, you could make a claim for personal injury compensation. Many people avoid claiming simply because they’re worried about the expensive legal fees, but we offer a 100% no win no fee service so there are no expensive upfront fees to lose sleep over. This means that our services are affordable to everyone, so you can find out whether you have a viable claim by contacting us within three years of your accident.
Claiming for your injuries
We believe that you’re entitled to make a claim for personal injury compensation if your employer has been negligent, however you have been injured. With falls from height the leading cause of workplace fatalities, we have dealt with hundreds of claims for injury or death after an accident at work. Just pick up the phone and call us today on 0800 689 0500 to find out more about the service we offer and no-obligation advice.
Date Published: May 12, 2015
Author: David Brown