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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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    Accident at Work in Clydebank

    Close to the River Clyde, Clydebank is one of the towns that is situated in the Dunbartonshire region of Scotland. When compared to other parts of the country, Clydebank is fairly new, and it was founded in the year 1886. When the region was originally founded, it was not that large in scope, though as it became more industrialised, Clydebank began to grow.

    One of the major growth contributors in the region, was the local shipyard. In fact it can be seen that the shipyard grew so much in popularity, that there were flats built to house the shipyard workers as well as their families, and eventually an estimated 2,000 people were working and living in the region.

    Clydebank Shipyards

    The shipyard allowed for the production of ships and other marine vessels, that would have allowed for people to travel on water, without too many issues. The workers of the time were not subject to the rigorous safety procedures of today and it can be suggested that a great number of injuries might have occurred as a result.

    Modern day shipyards however now have a multitude of safety procedures in place to allow for safety to be one of the highest priorities. This might mean having a trained advisor nearby, who knows what to do in the event of an emergency. However in addition to this, it might also mean that there are some warning signs present too, which give people an indication of the dangers that could impact them.

    Yet in spite of this, accidents at work can still happen. For instance, someone may fail to notice these signs and they therefore may not be aware of the dangers present. In any case, when an accident at work happens, whether it is an accident at work in Clydebank, or elsewhere, it is key to seek immediate medical attention.

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    Injuries After An Accident at Work in Clydebank

    However, though you may be a responsible worker, you might still be injured after an accident at work in Clydebank. This could occur because someone else was not paying attention or respecting the dangers present. If the accident at work occurred because of someone else, you might be able to use the assistance of Accident Advice Helpline, a professional law firm.

    A professional law firm can help you after an accident at work in Clydebank as you might be entitled to a compensation claim. The best way to learn what is possible in terms of claiming, is to speak to the Accident Advice Helpline support team, who can be reached at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

    Date Published: 16th May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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