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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 Solicitor in Oundle


    If you are an electrician and you have been injured as a result of an accident at work then contact us today to speak to an injury solicitor in Oundle.

    An injury solicitor in Oundle can help you make a personal injury claim if:

    • You have been injured an accident.
    • The accident was not your fault.
    • The accident occurred within the last three years.

    Here at Accident Advice Helpline we help a wide variety of workers to claim compensation from their employers for accidents they have suffered at work. Electricians are no different.

    Our injury solicitors in Oundle knows that electricians are at potential risk from a variety of hazards and therefore at risk of accident from a variety of sources.

    Electric shocks and electrocution

    It goes without saying that an electrician could be at risk from electric shocks and electrocution. Such accidents can result in a variety of injuries from burns, to aching limbs, heart problems and even death depending on the level of voltage.

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    It is even possible that an electrician will experience a fall from a height if they have suffered an electric shock or electrocution.

    Regardless of the situation, if the accident was not your fault, an injury solicitor in Oundle will be able to help you make a claim for personal injury.

    Dangerous machinery

    Electricians have to work with a wider variety of different types of machinery. They also have to work closely with other professions, for example, if they are working on a house renovation there may be a number of different tradespeople all working on the job together. An electrician may therefore be exposed to dangerous machinery from another worker.  Exposure to such machinery may result in lacerations, burns, amputations or crush injuries.

    If you have been involved in an accident involving a piece of dangerous machinery, whether it was supplied to you by your employer, or was actually another tradesperson’s equipment, contact an injury solicitor in Oundle today to find out if we can help you make a claim.

    Building site accidents

    Building and construction sites can often be dangerous places to work. If the appropriate health and safety procedures are not put in place or followed, then there can be disastrous consequences. If you have been injured on a building or construction site and feel that the accident could have been prevented if your employer had put better health and safety procedures in place, then contact an injury solicitor in Oundle today to find out if they can help you make a claim against your employer.

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    A personal injury solicitor in Oundle is there to help you make the claim for financial compensation that you deserve. If you have been injured because somebody else did not do their job correctly then you are perfectly entitled to seek compensation for that injury.  The law allows for it.

    To find out how much your accident compensation claim might actually be worth, take our 30 second test today.

    Date Published: 21st December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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