If you work in the New Forest, and you have a need to file a New Forest accident at work compensation claim, you can rely on the ‘no win, no fee*’ services of Accident Advice Helpline to help you to launch your claim without the risk of having to pay our fee should your claim failed for any reason.
The hazards of tree work
Anyone who has to work with trees, be they arborists, tree surgeons, or forestry workers, are in risky professions. There is the danger of falling trees, the danger of working alongside heavy mobile plant, the dangers of working with hazardous machinery like chainsaws, and the risks of slips trips and falls because of the uneven ground. There is also a danger if workers have to work at height.
The additional hazards or doing tree work at height
Doing tree work at height can be very dangerous. Chainsaws should never be used when working at height unless the operator in question has had sufficient training and is experienced, or is working with an experienced overseer.
Minimum health and safety precautions for tree work at height
Working at height, (whether it’s with trees, or in some other working environment), should always involve a minimum of two people who are present at all times. One person should always remain on the ground and that person must be competent enough and have appropriate equipment to be able to deal with any aerial rescue that could become necessary. It is also important that all operators must wear the personal protective equipment that has been issued to them.
Use Accident Advice Helpline’s ‘no win, no fee*’ service to launch your New Forest accident at work compensation claim
If you’ve been injured in a New Forest tree work accident through no fault of your own, and you believe your employer to be at fault, you can commission the services of us here at Accident Advice Helpline to help you to launch a New Forest accident at work compensation claim.
We are one of the U.K.’s favourite injury claim solicitors and come highly recommended by the well-known and respected consumer champion Esther Rantzen.
Pre-valuing your claim prior to its launch
Whatever the nature and severity of your injury will be able to ascertain how much compensation you could be awarded by visiting Accident Advice Helpline’s website and using our interactive HOW MUCH compensation calculator.
In order to verify your claim in principle, and to issue you with an estimate, you simply have to answer 4 basic questions, using the drop-down boxes provided, and you will be given your estimate within approximately 30 seconds.
Accessing our customer support service
Should you have any concerns, or need any help, you will find our customer support team be both user-friendly and comprehensive. It can be accessed via our toll-free helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or if using your mobile, 0333 500 0993.