Working in the construction industry is a physically demanding and often dangerous occupation, if you have suffered an injury as the result of a building site accident you could be entitled to claim construction accident compensation.
The United Kingdom has one of the best construction safety records in Europe; however the number of accidents that result in a serious injury and even death is still much higher than in most other occupations.
Construction workers need to be physically fit in order to carry out their day to day duties, which means that an injury can stop you working and have serious repercussions on your financial situation.
Injuries Direct have a wealth of experience in dealing with construction accident injury claims and we can help you get your life back on track by helping you secure the compensation to which you are entitled.
To speak to a friendly, experienced claims advisor call us today on 0800 2800 979 or if you would prefer to contact us online, please complete our easy to use contact form.
Buiding Site Safety
It is the responsibility of employer’s to ensure a safe working environment for workers and health and safety regulations are rigorously enforced by the Governments Health and Safety Executive(HSE).
Failure to protect workers employed on building sites can result in hefty fines for companies and entitles construction workers to make a claim for accident at work compensation.
If you feel your accident and subsequent injuries were caused by the negligence of your employer you are well within your rights to make a claim for construction site accident compensation.
An accident that wasn’t your fault can leave you seriously out of pocket, Injuries Direct can help you recoup any losses caused directly or in-directly by your accident and ensure you receive adequate compensation for your injuries.
Claims can be handled on a no-win-no-fee basis and you will receive one hundred percent of the compensation awarded, so your claim will not cost you a penny and will not put you under further financial pressure.
Making a construction site accident claim
Accidents on building sites are usually the result of negligence or poor risk assessment policies and can happen in a variety of ways, such as:
• Fall from height accidents, as in falling from ladders or from poorly constructed or maintained scaffolding.
• Being struck by falling debris or other objects.
• Collisions with heavy plant machinery such as cranes, dumper trucks and excavators.
• Accidents involving power tools or other equipment which is not fit for purpose.
• A lack of essential safety equipment such as helmets, goggles or steel toe capped boots.
Making a claim for construction accident compensation is not a complicated process, simply call one of our experienced claim specialists and they will be happy to explain the complete procedure to you.
From assessing your original claim to appointing an experienced solicitor, Injuries Direct can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Call us today on 0800 2800 979 or if you would prefer us to call you simply complete our easy to use construction accident claim form.