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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

    Best solicitor in Sconser


    If you have been injured as a result of an accident within the last three years, then contact Accident Advice Helpline to speak an adviser about our best solicitor in Sconser.  We can discuss the details of your accident with you and help determine whether or not you would be eligible to make a claim for financial compensation as a result of the personal injury that you have suffered.

    Types of accident requiring the best solicitor in Sconser

    An injury solicitor in Sconser can help you make a claim for any accident or incident you have been involved in, for example:

    • Accidents at work
    • Accidents on the road
    • Accidents in public places
    • Accidents in the home
    • Accidents in other people’s homes
    • Accidents involving defective or faulty products

    This is not an exhaustive list but it covers the vast majority of the types of cases that an injury solicitor in Sconser would work on throughout the course of a year.

    Accidents at work

    Here at the Accident Advice Helpline our injury solicitor in Sconser has worked on a number of cases involving gardeners or grounds people that have been injured in accidents at work.

    As a gardener or grounds person there are a number of potential hazards facing you every day whilst at work.

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    For example:

    Dangerous machinery

    Gardeners and grounds people use a wide variety of machinery and equipment to perform various tasks within the work place.  These could include saws, chainsaws, mowing equipment, shears and strimmers.  These all have sharp blades which, in the wrong hands, could cause severe injury including amputation.  If you have been injured using one of these machines and think it is because the machinery itself was faulty, or you were not given the proper training on how to use it safely, the you could make a claim for compensation.

    Speak to an injury solicitor in Sconser to also find out if you could make a claim because of an injury you suffered due to the lack of personal protection equipment.  Could you have avoided injury, regardless of the reason for the accident, if you had been provided with suitable gloves or goggles by your employer?

    Vibrating tools

    As part of a gardener or grounds persons job they might be required to use vibrating tools.  Over a prolonged period of time these vibrating tools can cause injury and a condition known as vibration white finger.  This results in numbness and pain of the fingers, hands and in severe cases, arms.  If you were not provided with regular breaks from the machinery, or gloves to mitigate the amount of vibration felt, then you might be able to make a claim against your employer.

    Speak to an injury solicitor in Sconser today

    If you think you might be able to make a claim, take our 30-second test, or alternatively, speak to an adviser about an injury solicitor in Sconser today and they will be able to tell you more.

    If you are making a claim against an employer, or former employer, our solicitors will talk you through every step.

    Date Published: 27th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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