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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 solicitors Crickhowell

    Don’t try to find injury solicitors Crickhowell online

    Looking for injury solicitors Crickhowell may seem to be a logical step to take if you wish to begin a carbon monoxide poisoning claim. However, a Google search for injury solicitors Crickhowell will lead you to frustration. That’s because there are probably no injury solicitors Crickhowell to hire, given the town has a low accident rate.

    Nevertheless, carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious issue, affecting thousands of people across the country each year. Many cases take place in work environments, which can mean innocent employees are poisoned simply because they went to work. It is increasingly prevalent in workplaces of an industrial nature in which gas-powered machinery is used and operated. It is the duty of employers to ensure that workplaces such as these are safe for use. If they neglect to do so, they shouldn’t just be left to get away with it.

    That’s where we can help.

    Fortunately, you won’t need injury solicitors Crickhowell to begin a personal injury claim after carbon monoxide poisoning. Accident Advice Helpline is a full-service law firm. We’re here to help you get you the settlement you deserve. If you or a loved one has suffered carbon monoxide poisoning, take action with the help of our in-house injury solicitors. This sort of poisoning can have incredibly harmful side-effects – and even lead to death. If someone else’s negligence has caused exposure to carbon monoxide, ensure they’re held to account.

    What is carbon monoxide poisoning?

    Carbon monoxide poisoning is often dubbed the “silent killer” because of its difficulty to detect – and the deadly consequences.

    That’s why it’s so imperative to have the right safety gear, a functioning carbon monoxide alarm system as well as a clearly ventilated workspace available to avoid exposure. When fuels such as gas and oil aren’t fully burnt off, this poisonous gas is created. Once inhaled it can cause a number of devastating side effects such as lung damage, brain damage, nerve damage and death. If you’re working on an industrial premises where there is a heightened risk of carbon monoxide, it is the responsibility of your employer to adhere to all safety regulations to prevent any accidents.

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    If they’ve failed to do so and you or a loved one has suffered the consequences, contact our injury solicitors today.

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    We appreciate that if you’re living with after-effects of exposure to carbon monoxide, you don’t need any additional stress in your life. That’s why we make it simple, affordable and quick to begin a personal injury claim with Accident Advice Helpline.

    To call our injury solicitors you can simply dial 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and be connected to friendly, knowledgeable claims experts. They can provide you with advice and answer any questions you may have. They can even give you a quote over the phone too.




    Date Published: 12th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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