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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

    Where to get bulldozer injury compensation advice

    Every construction site is filled with various pieces of machinery that can make it far easier to get the construction work done in a shorter time. Bulldozers are essential in helping move large amounts of rubble, perhaps to clear a site so building work can begin. Health and safety is an important part of every good workplace, but it is easier to see how it can apply on a building site. After all, no one wants to have any reason to get bulldozer injury compensation advice.

    Some accidents leave people with minor inconvenient injuries they can soon recover from. However, when a bulldozer is involved there is a significant chance of any injuries being far worse than that. The term life changing can be overused sometimes, but in this case it should definitely be mentioned.

    What could go wrong?

    A bulldozer should only ever be operated by someone who is qualified to do so. This alone can reduce the chances of something going wrong. However, even if training is provided, there are still circumstances that could potentially arise that might lead to injuries being experienced by someone on-site.

    For example, is there something wrong with the bulldozer? If maintenance hasn’t been done at the proper intervals, something could go wrong that might lead to problems cropping up in the future. The brakes may fail and someone could be crushed. Alternatively, a load may not be carried properly and could spill out on top of someone. The bulldozer could even roll over and injure whoever happens to be operating it, as well as those nearby.

    Life-changing injuries

    Even if someone recovers from their injuries, they could still end up with permanent damage from the accident. This could mean they cannot return to the job they did before, which in turn might cause them financial hardship.

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    All these elements can be borne in mind when it comes to focusing on bulldozer injury compensation advice. Getting advice like this could make a significant difference to your future if you seek it today from Accident Advice Helpline. Our free enquiry line is open whenever you are ready to call. The number is 0800 689 0500 and when you speak to a member of staff, you can take the all-important first step towards seeking compensation. Rely on our expertise and our ability to see whether you could begin a claim.

    Date Published: August 2, 2016

    Author: Allison Whitehead

    Category: Building site accident claims

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