Heavy and plant equipment claims for personal injury compensation can be some of the most serious that there are when it comes to the suffering for the victim.
In the UK, health and safety legislation is stringent, and it has to be to protect people. This is only right, and it means that people who suffer injuries that arise from negligence can be entitled to claim personal injury compensation.
We, as Expert Injury Lawyers, can represent eligible victims on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Heavy and plant equipment claims for compensation
Heavy and plant equipment claims for compensation can involve some of the most serious personal injuries that people can suffer. There are very good reasons as to why health and safety in the workplace is so stringent, and it is all about protecting employees from harm. Anyone injured as a result of an organisational failure to uphold the law when it comes to health and safety may be liable to compensate any injured victims.
Most organisations have specific policies of insurance in place for injured employees to claim from if something goes wrong. It is completely normal for injured employees to claim from such insurance, and all you need to do is instruct an expert injury lawyer to ensure you have fair and independent representation for the process. We, as your lawyers, can then pursue the legal case for you to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation that you could be entitled to receive – all on a No Win, No Fee basis for eligible clients.
Many of the injuries sustained in these sorts of accidents are very serious. When it comes to injury claims for compensation, we actually specialise in serious and catastrophic cases, with a huge proportion of our injury claims in this category. It is absolutely essential to have the best representation that you can when it comes to making the most of a serious injury claim.
A recent story from the HSE
We often see stories publicised by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) that can fall within the remit of heavy and plant equipment claims for personal injury compensation.
In a recent story from the HSE, a construction company was reportedly fined £10,000 and ordered to pay costs of almost £9,000 when a worker was injured in a dumper truck accident. The HSE report said that Nelson Plant Hire failed to ensure that the dumper truck was regularly maintained. The injured operator was reversing on a slope when the brakes failed to work, causing the vehicle to lose control and eventually tip over after crossing a busy road. The employee reportedly suffered multiple fractures.
Speak to us for free, no-obligation advice
We can pursue heavy and plant equipment claims for compensation now on a No Win, No Fee basis for eligible clients. If you have been injured at work or even as a visitor to a site or area where something like this has happened, you can speak to our team here now for free, no-obligation advice.
In many cases, we can assess your claim in a matter of minutes and tell you right away if it is something that we can help with.
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