Claiming compensation for an accident on a building or construction site – get fast & free expert advice

If you’ve been injured in an accident at work through no fault of your own and are looking to claim compensation, we’re here to help.

Building and construction sites can be full of potential risks and hazards. Proper health and safety procedures are incredibly important to ensure the safety of all workers and visitors to the site, and your employer has a duty of care to make sure these measures are in place.

If you’ve been involved in an accident at work and been injured on site, you may well be entitled to compensation. Our claim specialists can give you clear guidance on your rights and whether you can start a claim today.

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The thought of claiming compensation for an accident at work can be worrying, but please be aware that any compensation awarded to you would be paid by your employer’s insurance company and not by your employer.

Your employer has a duty of care to keep you safe, the law says that your employer should meet certain health and safety standards.

Accidents tend to happen when procedures are not maintained as they should be. Corners may be cut resulting in a lack of appropriate safety equipment, training or even in making sure staff are taking regular breaks to prevent fatigue. Machinery should be regularly serviced and risk assessments carried out to provide a safe working environment for staff. However, sometimes these procedures are not carried out as they should be and this can end up being the cause of an accident.

If you’ve been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, we’re here to support you and give you clear guidance on whether you may be able to make a claim.

Due to the nature of construction work, some injuries can result in you being left unable to work. This can leave a financial burden on you and your family, which can result in additional stress during an already worrying time. You may well be entitled to compensation, ensuring you are not left out of pocket. In addition to compensation for pain and suffering, you may also be entitled to claim for loss of income and any other expenses incurred due to the accident. Our friendly UK advisors can discuss the options available and help you start your claim today.

We have a nationwide panel of expert injury lawyers who are here to claim maximum compensation for you in the shortest time possible.

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