Postmen and postal workers are regularly injured at work due to no fault of their own. If you are a postal worker have been injured in a non fault accident in the offices, depot, out on the streets or on the road, we could help you to claim the injury compensation you may well be entitled to.
There are over 150, ooo postal workers in the UK and with so many employees, there are at times bound to be accidents happening which often include injuries from, lifting, cycling, driving, walking and dog bites.
We have personal injury claim solicitors who have years of experience in handling claims for Postal Workers.
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Claims are handled on a no win no fee basis, this means you have nothing to worry about financially.
To find out if you can claim for being injured at work please contact us by calling 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Postal Worker Claims.
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If you work in a warehouse and suffer an accident which has left you with a pelvis injury through no fault of your own, as long as the accident was not your own fault, you may be able to pursue a warehouse accident claim for a pelvis injury with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
There has been such a case reported recently involving a factor worker form Hertfordshire.
At the time of the accident the factory worker was working for Benchmark Fabrication Ltd at their warehouse in Hunting Gate, Hitchin when he fell from warehouse racking he was dismantling. He landed on a wooden pallet six feet below him.
As a result of the fall the worker suffered a fractured pelvis in three places and had to spend a week in hospital. It took him three months to recover from his injuries.
Health and Safety investigated and found that the factory worker had been instructed by his manager to use parts of the racking he was dismantling as a ladder, a working practice that appeared to be standard procedure in the warehouse.
Benchmark Fabrication Ltd were fined £20,000 and ordered to pay court costs.
An HSE inspector stated after the court hearing that climbing warehouse racking was an extremely dangerous thing to do and the company should have been aware of the dangers in doing so and provided the necessary equipment required, such as a set of library steps or even a small tower scaffold.
Warehouse accident claim for pelvis injury no win no fee compensation
All accepted factory warehouse accident claims for a pelvis injury here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis where on winning maximum warehouse injury compensation is warded.
Call today on 0845 10 88 333 or click: Warehouse accident claim for a pelvis injury.
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If you work as a plasterer and suffer an accident which has left you injured through no fault of your own, then you may be able to pursue a plasterer accident claim with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
There has been a case reported where a plasterer from Nottinghamshire has pursued a plasterer injury claim following a non fault accident.
The plasterer was working on refurbishing a store in Stockton when the accident happened. He was knocked off his step ladder by a light pelmet that had become loose and fallen from a nearby wall. The light pelmet hit him on the head resulting in him falling from a ladder, three meters onto a concrete floor.
He went into a coma, which lasted for two months, after which he was diagnosed with epilepsy and other health problems.
Health and Safety after investigating the accident discovered the plasterer was not provided the necessary information required to carry out his job in a safe way. Health and Safety went on to prosecuted the company involved and after they accepted liability for the accident, the courts ordered them to pay £15,000 in fines and £6,228,75 in other costs.
Plaster accident claim no win no fee compensation
If you have suffered plasterer accident at work then we can help. All such accepted claims are worked on a no win no fee basis where on winning you will receive maximum injury compensation.
Contact us today on 0845 10 88 333 or click: Plasterer accident claim.
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An accident at work in May this year left a worker off work for seven weeks when his hand suffered serious injuries from a circular saw. The injuries will be permenant.
The twenty year old worker was using a table mounted circular saw at the time. His job involved cutting insulation foam.
As there was damage to the height adjustment mechanism, saw workers used to remove the safety guard so they could carry out their tasks. The table which the foam was on was also insufficient as it was not big enought to support the foam. This meant instead of using a push stick, the employees would support the foam by hand.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) carried out an investigation and found the employer had taken insufficient steps to protect workers.
Kestral Timber Frame Ltd bases in Lincolnshire were fined £6,700 and paid the legal costs of £4,117. They pleaded guilty to going against health and safety rules of providing their employees with insufficient equipment necessary to ensure they could carry out the task safely and correctly.
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We can be contacted on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Circular Saw Accident at Work Claim.
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