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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

    Injury lawyer in Spennymoor

    One of the most common places that people get injured is around machinery.  But there are things that can be done to avoid accidents if you take the proper precautions. Below are some of the things that you should do to help ensure that everyone is staying safe while you’re running machinery so that no one is injured or even killed.

    Check the swing radius of machinery so no one needs an injury lawyer in Spennymoor

    Accidents due to swing radius are very common. The bad thing is that a lot of times people are not just injured when there’s an accident due to swing radius, they are killed. Therefore it’s very important to rope off the machine swing radius around it or secure it in another way. Don’t let spectators come close to the area and use spotters to make sure that the area is all clear before you start using the machine. This way you will be sure that no one is going to get injured or worse.

    Be careful while operating on slopes

    It’s always important to use caution when you are operating any kind of machine on slopes. You may think that it’s okay to go above slope with a load on the back but you may not realize how hard it’s going to be coming down the other side. Understand the machine’s limits, allows for the conditions of the surface, and don’t push your luck. Understand the machine before you try using this using it on the slope. Otherwise, you may find that you are causing an injury to yourself or to someone else.

    Be aware of buried and overhead obstructions

    Make sure that you are aware of any overhead obstructions as well as underground utilities, including water, sewer, telephone, or anything else that might be related to utilities that may be affected by the work you are doing. Also make sure that you are aware of any kind of low clearance that you may have to deal with before you start doing the work. Otherwise you may have some unpleasant surprises to deal with and in your haste you may cause injuries to yourself or to other people and end up needing an injury lawyer in Spennymoor.

    Making a claim

    If you have been injured because the proper precautions weren’t taken around the machinery, then you should be compensated. One of the best ways that you can do this is through getting an injury lawyer in Spennymoor. We can help you with finding a solicitor to help your claim. Call us at Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Let us help you get the ball rolling to get your case going if you need an injury lawyer in Spennymoor.

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    Date Published: 5th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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