Man with an injured knee on a construction site.

Construction Site Accidents

Construction Sites are usually very busy places and often present a number of dangers. It is not uncommon for numerous trades to be working at any one time, meaning there can be an array of materials and tools present, which all potentially present hazards. The use of heavy machinery and power tools requires skill, and appropriate training must be completed before use of any such machine. Your employer must consider your training and ensure you have the correct equipment for the job, including safety boots and a hard hat. Without such, the risk of injury is greatly increased.

Construction Site Accidents can be extremely dangerous. Whilst injuries are often minor, it is common to encounter more serious, life-threatening injuries. If you’ve suffered an injury from a Construction Site Accident, whether it is minor or severe, we are able to help.

At Centenary Solicitors we specialise in construction regulations and are highly experienced at handling Personal Injury Claims, often caused on Construction Sites. We work with all parties involved to reach a fair and accurate conclusion and negotiate for the maximum amount of compensation possible. Whether you are employed, self-employed, a main contractor or sub-contractor we are able to assist.

What can we include within your claim?

  • Personal Injury
  • Loss of earnings
  • Private healthcare
  • Cost of care
  • Travel expenses
  • Disadvantage on the labour market
  • Home adaptions
  • Obtain payments to assist financial needs

 

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If you’ve been injured as a result of a Construction Site Accident, contact us today. Our Solicitors will work hard to ensure your claim is processed as efficiently as possible and you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries and losses. You can complete the simple claim form to the right, select ‘contact us’ above, or speak to a member of our team by calling 0800 1123 256.