There have been several reported accidents in Tesco Distribution Centres. One involved a worker who injured his back whilst lifting a heavy pallet to the storage bay. This would normally be done using a pallet truck, but this was out of use as it was undergoing maintenance at the time.
Another reported case occurred in August 2006. A worker was driving a reach truck in the Tesco Distribution Warehouse, as he drove past an aisle, another vehicle hit the truck he was on in the side, right behind his seat, resulting in a neck and back injury. Drivers should stop when they reach junctions.
Other types of reported injuries that have happened at Tesco Distribution Centres include slips and trips especially on loading bay ramps.
No win no fee Tesco Distribution Centre injury claim
If you have suffered a non fault accident, which has left you injured, whilst working at a Tesco Distribution Centre, then it may be possible for you to make a no win no fee Tesco Distribution Centre injury claim with the expert help of the Accident Advice Bureau. Maximum compensation is awarded on all successful claims.
So please contact us today to see if we can help you.
Contact 0845 10 88 333 or click: Tesco Distribution Centre Injury Claim.
Tesco distribution injury claims in Scotland, England and Wales
An employee injured slipping in work kitchen able to claim injury compensation.
A faulty dishwasher in a pub kitchen was the cause of an accident which injured a member of staff. The dishwasher had been reported to the landlord but no action was taken. The dishwasher was leaking a lot of water onto the floor and causing a slip hazard to all who work in the kitchen.
On the day of the accident, the employee didn’t see the large puddle of water on the floor and there were no warning signs in place. The employee slipped on the wet floor and landed very heavily, screaming in pain.
The employee was helped up by another member of staff and her clothes were wet . The accident was then recorded in the accident book. The landlord was made aware of the accident and the dishwasher was then repaired before any other accidents could happen.
The injured employee went to the doctors and was diagnosed with a lower back injury.
Slip accidents in a works kitchen are a regular occurance. Many times it is due to bad housekeeping or faulty equipment.
Any non fault slip accident in a works kitchen, which causes a sufficient injury may be claimed for.
We have helped many people claim for similar accidents in a works kitchen and these claims are handled on a no win no fee basis.
To see if a claim can be made, please contact us on 0845 10 88 333 or claim by clicking: Slip in Kitchen at Work.
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If you have been injured by a forklift truck through no fault of your own and were injured as a result, then a hit by a forklift truck injury claim may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
There has been a case reported recently that happened at Burton-upon-Trent brewing company Molson Coors. The company at court were ordered to pay a £31,000 fine plus £33,042 in costs after pleading guilty to a breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
The court was told how an employee was hit by a forklift truck whilst unloading a trailer of empty cans.
The workers left leg became trapped when the forklift truck hit him, he suffered fractures to both his legs and left wrist. He has been unable to return to work due to the severity of his injuries.
A Health and Safety Inspector has said “This incident occurred because of inadequate risk assessments, poor management and monitoring of contractors, and managers failing to understand their responsibilities for health and safety. Not only had poor workplace transport arrangements persisted over many years, but Molson Coors also failed to follow previous advice from HSE. As a result, the worker was seriously injured in an incident that could have been easily been fatal. It is particularly disappointing to see such failings at a large company, which has the resources to deliver much better standards.”
Hit by a forklift truck injury claim no win no fee compensation
Here at the Accident Advice Bureau we have years of experience in forklift truck injury claims. All such claims are worked on a no win no fee basis where on winning maximum compensation is awarded.
Contact our friendly team today who will discuss your accident circumstances with you and advise you of the next step.
Call 0845 10 88 333 or click: Injured by a forklift truck injury claim.
Forklift truck accident claims in England, Scotland and Wales.
If you use a circular saw at your place of work, you should be fully trained and qualified to do so. If you suffer an injury using a circular saw at your work place that you believe was not your own fault, then a circular saw work injury claim may be possible with the help of the Accident Advice Bureau.
There has been such a case reported recently that occurred at a timber company. A production worker for the timber firm was using a table top circular saw to cut insulation foam, when his hand got stuck in the table blade severely injuring his thumb. His injuries later proved to be permanent.
Health and Safety reported that he table was not big enough to support the insulation, that meant that workers had to support it by hand rather than using a push stick the employees also used to remove the guard from the machine as the height adjustment mechanism on the saw was damaged.
The company due to the workers permanent injuries and severe lack of health and safety were fined £6,700 and made to pay legal costs of £4,117.
Circular saw work injury claim no win no fee compensation
All accepted circular saw work injury claims here at the Accident Advice Bureau are worked on a no win no fee basis where if the claim is won, maximum injury compensation is awarded.
So call our friendly claim advisors today to see if we can help you.
Call 0845 10 88 333 or click: Circular saw work injury claim.
Circular saw work injury claims in England, Scotland and Wales.