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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."

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    No win no fee* accident in Cherwell

    There are many examples of people who have suffered a workplace accident in Cherwell. You can claim no win no fee* for your accident at work if you are an employee who gets injured when the employer is to blame for the accident. An employer can be to blame for a work place no win no fee* accident in Cherwell even if they are not on site at the time.

    A workplace no win no fee* accident in Cherwell claim for a machinery accident

    Most machinery is dangerous if it is not maintained and used correctly and if the person using it is not trained to use it correctly. Even the most common of machines like a toaster or a dishwasher can cause potentially nasty injuries.

    Larger machines such as band saws and jack hammers present an even bigger hazard. If you have been injured by a piece of machinery in an accident then you may want to think about claiming some compensation for your injuries.

    Accident Advice Helpline can tell you if your accident qualifies as a workplace no win no fee* accident in Cherwell or not and can enter you on the no win no fee* scheme if it is. This avoids you having to pay any upfront legal coasts to get your case started off.

    Here are some examples of a potential workplace accident involving machinery.

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    1. A person employed as a kitchen assistant in a busy commercial kitchen could suffer a workplace accident whilst removing parts of a bacon slicer for cleaning. They may try carrying the blade from one end of the kitchen to another to be cleaned and on the way they could severely cut their hand. They could also drop the blade which could land on their legs or feet and cause a severe laceration. This type of accident may be an employer’s fault because the employer did not provide a suitable blade carrier. Even if the employer did provide a blade carrier, it may still be their fault if they did not train the kitchen assistant to use it correctly. The kitchen assistant may be able to sue for compensation for their injuries and the money that they have lost because they were injured.
    2. A person employed on a construction site could suffer a workplace accident with a mobile extendable platform. They may lift up the platform and become trapped underneath an overhanging balcony. The employer may be at fault for this if they did not provide sufficient training in how to use the platform correctly or did not use a spotter to detect this type of hazard. There may have been an emergency cut out device that they should have installed.

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    If you think you may have grounds to make a claim for a workplace accident, why not contact us today. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

    Date Published: 11th September 2015

    Author: David Brown

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.