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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."

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    Power cables injury advice


    If you are the victim of an accident relating to power cables, it is important to seek the best power cables injury advice that you can find. You will find this advice at the Accident Advice Helpline, where a team of dedicated solicitors and advisors are waiting to help you get your life back on track. We are committed to recovery, be it financial, psychological or physical. If it helps you get back to work, you can guarantee that we will fight for it on your behalf.

    Our expert lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis and have built up a satisfied client base over the last 14 years. If you are looking for a personal injury law firm that will not just treat you as a number, you are in the right place.

    What is a power cables injury?

    Anybody who has ever worked on a construction site will know that the dangers associated with power cables are many and varied. However, these dangers are not restricted to the workplace. Power cables can pose a threat in houses, flats, shops and office blocks too – any building in which wiring is damaged, poorly maintained or exposed.

    There are various different types of accident that can occur because of contact with damaged or unstable power cables. It is important for you to be aware of the dangers and to be honest about where fault for injury lies. You cannot, for example, claim compensation for injuries sustained after being clearly notified of the dangers – unless the power cables are exposed and located in a public or residential environment.

    In this latter case, you are bound to have a strong case for compensation. If contractors have left exposed power cables in your home or place of business, a crucial duty of care has been neglected. It is either the responsibility of the building owner to keep cables and other dangerous equipment well maintained and out of the way, or it is the responsibility of the person or authority that has undertaken work on the power cables and left them in a poor condition.

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    Who should I talk to?

    If you think that you might be eligible to pursue a claim, or you would like power cables injury advice from qualified experts, call our free 24-hour helpline. We will record the details of your accident and injuries and assess any evidence that you may wish to use to support your compensation claim at a later date.

    In cases where it is not immediately clear who is responsible, our lawyers will help determine who is to blame for your accident or injury. If we believe that there are grounds for compensation, we will fight for it on your behalf – whilst taking into account any loss of earnings due to time off work.

    For more help and information on power cables injury advice, call one of our friendly advisors direct today on 0800 689 0500 and arrange a consultation.

    Date Published: October 28, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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