No win no fee* solicitors in Bexhill on Sea
It’s always a good idea to give ladders a wide berth if you pass by one while walking down the street. Not only is it bad luck to walk under one, but there will also be a chance you could be hit by an object knocked down by the person perched atop the extending climbing device. While superstition keeps many people away from ladders, even if they don’t really believe in that sort of thing, unfortunately, the same cannot be said for scaffolding.
Scaffolding, a temporary structure constructed from metal poles and wooden platforms designed to allow traders to work on the exterior of buildings when using a ladder would be impractical or dangerous, does not instill the same superstitious fear into people as the humble ladder. This is a shame, because walking under scaffolding can also be very dangerous.
Scaffolding and no win no fee* solicitors in Bexhill on Sea
It doesn’t take much imagination to conjure up a mental picture of what might happen if you were unfortunate enough to be walking by a scaffolding structure at the precise moment something heavy was knocked off its highest point. In a worst case, injuries sustained in such as accident could be life-threatening. Even if you were very lucky, it would be likely that you would suffer a serious injury that would probably require hospital treatment and time off from work.
Regardless of whether or not the accident was caused by a clumsy worker knocking something over, or a piece of metal falling from a poorly constructed erection of scaffolding, you might be able to launch a personal injury claim with the help of no win no fee* solicitors in Bexhill on Sea, if you were to find yourself in this situation.
The amount that you might end up winning would be very much dependent on the severity of your injuries and the circumstances surrounding your accident. You can get a rough idea of what you might end up winning by using the 30 second claims calculator on the right hand side of this page.
You may even be able to claim for walking into scaffolding. You may have noticed that some firms that put up scaffolding now place brightly-coloured pieces of foam around any exposed metal parts that pedestrians might bang into.
Call the experts at Accident Advice Helpline
If you’ve been injured by scaffolding in any way whatsoever, you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline on one of the numbers at the top of this page today.
We are the claim experts and we can connect you with 100% no win no fee* solicitors in Bexhill on Sea.
So for free initial advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.