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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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    Reigate and Banstead accident at work compensation

    Reigate and Banstead is a borough in Surrey, England. It is also recognised as a local government district in the east of the county. Its population is around 145,600 people. It is unlikely anyone would have cause to consider Reigate and Banstead accident at work compensation, but you never know if something might go wrong while you’re at work. Whenever a largely-populated area provides lots of diverse workplaces to work in, there could be some cases that crop up occasionally that fit this example.

    The reason you might be reading this could be because you know what it is like to be injured. Perhaps you suffered a fall, or were issued with equipment that was not fit for purpose, and hadn’t been checked or maintained as it should have been. So, keep reading to learn more about it, and to see whether your situation might warrant a compensation payment. The more you know, the easier it will be to confirm whether compensation could be in your future if you get the right help and advice today.

    Falling from height in the workplace

    Some jobs would almost never involve working at height. However, this does not apply to all the jobs you might think of. For example, scaffolders regularly work at height, as do builders and roofers. Some jobs involve working at height even when you don’t think of it like this. For example, walking along a gantry, perhaps in a warehouse, or even in a theatre, requires you to be off ground level. Working in the rear of a lorry, making sure the goods are safely stacked, also means you are above the ground. A nasty fall from that position, perhaps simply because you put a foot wrong, could be all it takes to incur an injury.

    There are regulations that relate to how someone should work at height if this cannot be avoided. If your employer failed to keep you safe, and did not perform a risk assessment, or follow the guidance and recommendations in that assessment, you might have a chance to claim.

    Do you want to know more about your chances of getting Reigate and Banstead accident at work compensation?

    Any fall can result in unpleasant injuries, but if height is involved, there is a greater chance of injuries occurring. You may wish to learn more about Reigate and Banstead accident at work compensation for other reasons too, of course, so if you have been hurt in any way while at work in the past three years, make sure you get in touch with us now to seek the answers you want.

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    Accident Advice Helpline’s team of advisors is working hard to provide advice with no obligation and no pressure to go ahead with a claim. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 now, or use your mobile to call us on 0333 500 0993 if you think you could claim compensation for something that happened to you at work.

    Date Published: 8th August 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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