Work injury on a construction site

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Have you suffered a work injury on a construction site?

By law your employer has a duty of care to ensure you absolute safety and to prevent any work injury on a construction site or within working premises, you can usually be eligible for compensation if your employer’s negligence has caused your accident and this can be in many ways, such as;

  • By not giving adequate training.
  • By not providing correct safety equipment, ear defenders, goggles, gloves etc.
  • By having you do a job you are not qualified to do, such as driving a digger.
  • By not giving adequate breaks.
  • By having you work longer hours than European laws allow.
  • By not keeping machinery regularly maintained.
  • By not keeping work-sites safe and clear.
  • And much more.

If you have suffered an accident and a work injury on a construction site and it was not your fault then you need to speak to a no obligation advice service about your accident and whether you are eligible to claim compensation for this accident. Accident Advice Helpline are a no-obligation advice provider as well as a law firm with extensive experience in the field of accidents and injuries.

By speaking to an advisor today you can be told within minutes not only if you are indeed eligible to claim but also how much money you could be awarded, and we are one of the top UK personal injury specialists obtaining clients over £35 million each and every year.

If you are unsure of whether your accident was as a result of your employer’s negligence then call our team today about your injury on work site and we can tell you within minutes if you have a claim for compensation, call today on 0800 689 0500 or for mobiles then dial 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of our professional advisors who are contactable around the clock to respond to any questions or queries you may have.

We deal with over 25,000 enquiries each month and we have no on hold systems or automated answering, we treat you with respect and the bare minimum you should expect in today’s society is to speak to a human being and not a machine, we also don’t particularly care for long flute solos! If in the unlikely event we cannot deal with your call immediately we will always call you back.

Or you can make contact via our website by submitting a basic claims form, this takes no longer than 30 seconds to complete and it could be the best thing you have ever done with our pay outs being one of the biggest in the UK and we require no initial money to begin a claim, always operating a strict no win no fee* policy meaning there is no financial risk involved.

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