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    Accident at Work in Falkirk


    Falkirk is located in the Forth Valley in Scotland. This places it at a midpoint in terms of its location between Edinburgh and Glasgow. The population of Falkirk, is around 34,422, yet according to recent estimates this number has changed, and when a 2008 census is observed, the population has changed to 34,570.

    During the 18th and 19th centuries the region of Falkirk was highly productive in terms of steel and iron output. This meant there were a number of factories in the region that dealt with the production of these two materials. The production of steel and iron often meant dealing with a dangerous workplace, where there are a great number of risks present.

    The Risk of Burns Injury

    One of the risks that might have been present, was the risk of a burn, as the workers in the factory were dealing with hot metals. These burns could have been very serious, as the metals themselves would have been extremely hot, and so if they came into contact with the skin the harm could have been very serious.

    In addition to this, there were also some other risks present in the steel and iron factories. For instance if solid pieces of steel or iron fell on any of the individuals working there, they might have caused a broken bone. This broken bone might have meant that they were unable to work in the coming months, since they were unable to walk or lift any items.

    Claiming After an Accident at Work in Falkirk

    An accident at work in Falkirk might happen as a result of the fault of someone else. The modern workplaces of Falkirk, though they might not have the same dangers of the factories of the past, still have risks that might cause an accident at work in Falkirk. As mentioned these accidents might happen due to the fault of someone else. If this happens, you might be able to claim for compensation, after speaking to Accident Advice Helpline.

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    Accident Advice Helpline is a professional law firm that can help people who’ve been affected by an accident at work in Falkirk, that happened due to no fault of their own. In order to claim for compensation, you must be sure that the accident was caused due to the fault of another person. However in addition to this, you’ll also want to be aware that in most cases, you’ll only be able to claim within three years of an accident occurring.

    Anyone who wants to speak to Accident Advice Helpline, after an accident at work in Falkirk, can get in touch through the Accident Advice Helpline freephone number 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.

    Date Published: 16th May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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