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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

    Accident solicitor in St Nicholas at Wade

    Accident Solicitor St Nicholas at Wade

    The small village of St Nicholas at Wade in the Isle of Thanet in Kent is best known for the practice of hoodening, in which locals used to put on seasonal folk plays based on the farm work that took place in and around the region. While agricultural lines of work still provide employment opportunities for the village’s residents, the sector can be dangerous, accounting for around 20% of all workplace fatalities.

    If you have suffered an injury whilst working in agriculture in St Nicholas at Wade, you may be eligible to claim compensation for your injuries. Common causes of agricultural accidents include:

    • Heavy farm machinery
    • Falls from heights
    • Dangerous animals such as cattle and horses
    • Lack of training
    • Vehicles such as tractors, 4x4s and quad bikes
    • Moving or falling objects
    • Collapsing materials
    • Manual handling

    Steps to take following an agricultural accident

    It is important to make a note of any actions, people or practices you think may have contributed to your accident. You should also take down the details of any witnesses and take photographs of your injuries and the accident scene.

    You should inform your employer of your injuries, especially if they keep you off work for more than three days at a time. If your injuries resulted from unsafe working practices or unsafe equipment, your employer will be held responsible and must take action to ensure that others do not suffer a similar fate.

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    Making a claim through an accident solicitor St Nicholas at Wade

    If you are self-employed or dependent upon your employer for accommodation, you may be worried about the prospect of making an claim for compensation. However, an accident solicitor in St Nicholas at Wade will appreciate the sensitivity of your claim and will seek to obtain compensation on your behalf, while striving to maintain good relations with all of the parties involved.

    At Accident Advice Helpline, our trained solicitors understand the complexities of making an agricultural accident claim and can help you to win the compensation you rightly deserve. If we are satisfied that you have a chance of winning your case, we will pass your case over to a trained accident solicitor in St Nicholas at Wade so that you can receive guidance relating to the process of recovering compensation.

    For more information, or to start your claim, call us for free today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 or use our 30-second claims calculator.

    Date Published: 3rd September 2013

    Author: Jan Newell

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