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Construction Accident Compensation Claims Information

Construction sites remain some of the most dangerous environments in the UK. Every year, more than 100 people are fatally injured at work. Almost half of these fatalities occur in the construction industry. In addition to wrongful deaths, thousands more people suffer minor, moderate or life-altering injuries in the construction industry every year. It’s no surprise that requests for construction site compensation are some of the most common accidents at work claims across the UK. If you’ve been injured while working on a building site or any kind of construction, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today!

What Are the Most Common Causes of Construction Site Injuries?

Despite stringent health and safety legislation, accidents and injuries are still common on all kinds of construction sites. Even relatively minor building work is dangerous and can cause serious injuries which can leave you with life-altering conditions. In most cases, injuries on a building site are caused by a failure to adhere to the correct health and safety rulings. Some of the most common causes of construction site injuries include a lack of health and safety equipment, improperly maintained equipment, a lack of training or workplace negligence. It is also possible for trench collapses, falling from heights and collapsed scaffolding to lead to serious construction injuries.

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    What Are the Most Common Construction Site Injuries?

    Construction site injuries are often extremely serious. In some cases, they can be as minor as a few bad bruises or minor abrasions. However, they can also involve life-altering or life-threatening injuries, including head injuries, injuries requiring amputations or even spinal injuries resulting in paraplegia or quadriplegia. These common construction injuries can often cause long-term or life-altering injuries. Many injuries sustained on a building site will prevent the injured party from working as a builder or construction worker in the future, leaving them without a trade or livelihood. As such, if you (or a loved one) has suffered any kind of construction site injury that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim.

    I’ve Been Injured on a Building Site – Am I Eligible to Claim?

    If you’ve suffered an injury on a construction or building site, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. So long as the injury wasn’t caused by your own negligence, you will be able to make a claim for construction site injury compensation. For example, if you were injured by another worker’s negligence, a lack of safety equipment, defective tools or simply due to a lack of effective training on your employer’s part. If you’re looking to begin a claim for construction site compensation, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today!

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    Why Should I Trust Tylers Solicitors to Represent My Accident at Work Claim?

    Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors. We have many years’ experience when it comes to helping our clients get the compensation they are entitled to. If you’ve suffered any kind of workplace accident on a construction site, we are here for you. Our no-win, no-fee legal team are committed to helping you get the compensation you are entitled to. In many cases, construction worker injuries can be life-altering. Getting the maximum compensation for your injury is extremely important, and that’s where our professional team come in. For specialist no-win, no-fee personal injury solicitors, get in touch today!

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    If you’re looking for a trusted, UK provider of no-win, no-fee legal services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today! Our experienced team will work with you to get the maximum amount of compensation you’re entitled to, following any kind of injury that isn’t your fault!

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    Compensation Amounts

    Construction Site Compensation Claims Calculator

    When you’ve suffered any kind of construction site injury that wasn’t your fault, you should be entitled to claim compensation. The amount of compensation that you receive depends on a few factors, the main one being the severity of your injuries. Additionally, you may also be able to claim based on the level of negligence displayed, loss of wages and any long-term impact the event has on your life. If you’re curious about how much compensation you could be entitled to following a construction site injury, we are here for you. Simply get in touch or use our simple construction site compensation calculator below!

    Head Injuries on a Construction Site Compensation Amounts

    Head injuries are some of the most common, and most dangerous, injuries sustained on a building site. Even if you were wearing a hardhat, head injuries can still be dangerous and life-altering. In the worst circumstances, head injuries can also lead to serious brain damage. Whether your head injury was caused by equipment falling from height, slipping, tripping or falling, you should be entitled to claim. The amount of compensation you’re likely to receive for a construction site head injury depends on the severity of your symptoms.

    Up to £307,000

    Crushing Injuries on a Building Site Compensation Amounts

    Building sites are dangerous environments. Heavy equipment, materials and aggregates can all lead to serious crushing injuries. In many cases, crushing injury result in broken bones, nerve damage and can even cause so much damage to limbs that amputation is required. In addition to limbs being crushed, it is also possible for crushing injury to affect your head and chest. Crushing injuries can be minor or serious, so the compensation that you’re entitled to will depend on the severity of your crushing injuries.

    Up to £307,000

    Hit by a Vehicle on a Construction Site Compensation Amounts

    Larger construction sites often rely on heavy vehicles to transport materials, equipment and aggregates. In many cases, these vehicles have limited visibility or reduced control due to the loads they are carrying. If the operator of a vehicle isn’t fully trained, or is negligent in their operation, they can cause serious injuries to other personnel on the construction site. If you’ve been hit by a vehicle or sustained any other injury due to the vehicle’s operator, you may be entitled to claim compensation.

    Up to £307,000

    Wrongful Death on a Building Site Compensation Amounts

    Every year, dozens of people are fatally injured while working on a building or construction. These dangerous environments can lead to wrongful deaths in variety of ways. Whether the death occurs due to faulty equipment, improper use, workplace negligence or a lack of effective health and safety training, you should be able to claim for the wrongful death of a loved one. No amount of money can bring your loved one back if they were wrongfully killed at work, but the amount of compensation you will receive depends on a range of different factors. These include the deceased’s age, experience, role in your household and more.

    Up to £307,000

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Solicitor for Construction Site Injury Compensation?

    Yes! Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services to help you get the compensation you’re entitled to. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee services, you’ll be able to claim for compensation without having to spend any of your own money on the legal battle. Our experienced team can help you to get the compensation you’re entitled to, wherever you’re from and whatever your economic circumstances.

    How Long Do I Have to Make a Claim for Construction Site Injury Compensation?

    From the date of your incident, you have up to three years to begin your claim for compensation. Some people choose to start their claim as soon as possible to make sure they receive their compensation as quickly as possible. Other injured parties choose to wait until the full life-altering symptoms have become apparent. So long as your claim begins within the three-year period, you will be entitled to make a claim for compensation.

    Can I Claim for Long-Term Conditions Caused by Construction Accidents at Work?

    If you’re left with long-term health concerns following a construction incident, you may be able to claim compensation. In many cases, these injuries can prevent you from continuing to work in the construction industry. As such, you may also be able to claim for loss of wages in addition to any chronic pain and mobility issues you are left with.

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