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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 St Andrew


    Construction accidents happen every day, especially accidents in which someone falls. Below are some of the common construction accidents which involve falling.

    Roof Related Falls can lead to the need for an injury lawyer in St Andrew

    When you’re doing construction work, there are a lot of jobs are done on the roof that will pose high risk even for the people that are most experienced. These kinds of falls my include skylight falls, falls from communication towers, falls from roof structures, and others. With the right safety equipment and precaution, a lot of these types of injuries are avoidable. Roof falls don’t just cause serious injury, they can also lead to death. The sad thing is that most of these falls can be avoided.

    Falls from cranes can lead to the need for an injury lawyer in St Andrew

    Crane operators have been trained specially to control huge pieces of very powerful machinery which can accomplish feats that are seemingly impossible. Unfortunately, sometimes using a crane can result in a serious injury or even kill someone. Operators often fall from really great fights when using a crane, and sometimes cranes will lose their balance and fall over, which will result in a lot of people being injured.

    Falls from scaffolding can lead to the need for an injury lawyer in St Andrew

    Scaffolding’s a very temporary framework which is used to support the construction workers as well as their materials during repair or construction of big structures. Scaffolding often reaches very high height and has to be correctly built so that people who are working on the scaffolding is save father working on it. There are a lot of reasons why people fall from scaffolding, but among the most drive kick reasons is because the scaffolding was faulty to begin with.

    Falls into elevator shafts can lead to the need for an injury lawyer in St Andrew

    While construction is going on, falls into elevator shafts often take place and have fatal results. Even though there have been some cases where people have survived falls from these heights, plunging from a height of just a couple dozen feet often is fatal. To prevent these kinds of falls, safety precautions them the right training should be taken.

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    Falls through flooring holes

    Falls often happen throughout the process of construction that leads to serious injuries and/or death. One that there are holes in the flooring that aren’t properly marked, these holes become a serious hazard even when people are very experienced workers. This actually might be due to weekend flooring are could be a whole that wasn’t covered up or marked properly.

    If you’ve suffered an injury from construction, you should have legal representation. Give us a call and let us match you with the right solicitor.

    Date Published: 5th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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