Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Claims Information
If you’ve suffered any kind of pallet truck injury in the workplace, you may be entitled to compensation. At Tylers, our expert legal team can provide with your professionalism to follow your case through and do our upmost to bring you some monetary success. Of course, money won’t solve all your issues but we hope it will give you a bit more breathing space.
What Are The Types of PPT Accidents I Can Claim For?
Injuries in a warehouse can be sustained due to some unfortunate consequences leading up to an accident. An unnoticed leak that could have been cleared up or a faulty machine that could have been repaired are possible hazards that lead to an accident and injury. It is the failure to repair or clean up the spill which often leads to a crash and more often than not a successful PPT work accident claim. Manufacturing plants & warehousing distribution centres can be particularly dangerous places to work and are common places for a PPT accident claim.
The most common type of accident known in a factory involves workers injured on a PPT via abandoned packages. This means packaging or disused containers have not been placed in a safe and orderly manner away from the floor.
What Kinds of PPT Injuries Might I Be Able to Claim For?
There are many different types of warehouse accidents that can be subsequent of working in a warehouse, but one of the most common forms include storage facilities, especially on PPT. If workers are constantly stacking and unstacking shelves, any weakness in the platform can lead to its collapse, which in the worst cases can lead to a fatality.
These can also cause serious injury and long-term complications. If shelving is not properly secured when it is built, it can cause injury when it collapses. Sometimes fractures to arms and legs lead to severe pain meaning that the person who suffered the injury goes on to lead an uncomfortable life, all because of faulty machinery in a warehouse.
Which Kinds of Information Will I Be Expected to Disclose Regarding My PPT Injury?
In our initial telephone consultation, we will guide you through the legal proceedings process and ask you some questions about your PPT accident. At this stage, it will not be necessary for you to tell us all about your injuries. Your consultation is to assess your suitability for a successful PPT claim and eligibility for a compensation amount. Depending on your claim, if you have a PPT licence, you may be required to provide evidence of this later as your claim proceeds.
Will Tylers No-Win, No-Fee Solicitors Represent My PPT Accident Claim at Work?
If you have suffered a bodily injury from a PPT accident at work, factory or distribution plant then you should seek the assistance of a perfect service like ours, and you may be able to make a claim. Call Tylers today on (freephone): 0800 699 0079 to see if you can make an accident at work claim today.
Need more information? Don’t worry, Lee Kirton or one of our other professional claims solicitors will advise you along the way
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Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Claims Calculator
If you have been a victim of a pallet injury at work or any other related injury, you are eligible to make a compensation claim. Obviously it depends on severity of the injury with equates to how much you may be owed but you can use Tylers’ simple calculator predictor to estimate just how much you may be entitled too!
Minor Pallet Truck Injuries
If you have experienced minor injuries such as a minor head injuries due to a pallet truck injury crushing you due to its unsuitability, then you could be owed compensation. Work equipment is supposed to be installed with a safety-first approach and if your employer has failed this duty, get in touch with us today.
£1,675 to £9,000
Leg Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Amounts
If you’ve been affected by a pallet truck injury and it’s caused unnecessary injury to your leg, you may be owed compensation. Depending on the severity of the injury caused in the workplace, you could be owed a vast amount of compensation.
£6,925 to £101,300
Knee Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Amounts
If you’ve suffered a knee injury in the workplace from a pallet truck fall or unstable equipment resulting in harm, then you could be owed compensation. The amount is purely down to the severity. Get in touch with us today to find out how much you could be owed.
£10,030 to £73,100
Foot Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Amounts
Foot injuries can often be a result of pallet trucks falling to pieces or deteriorating over time. If you’ve been injured in the workplace and it wasn’t your fault, get in touch with us today to find out the amount you could be entitled too.
£10,450 to £53,200
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Choose Tylers to Make Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Claims?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we like to think that we’re the go-to specialist for personal injury claims and helping people get what they deserve. Money doesn’t solve all your worries but it can contribute towards making your life easier and reducing stress. Our outstanding team can work with you to decide if there’s enough scope for you to make a claim.
Get in touch with one of our experienced team members today.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Pallet Truck Injury Compensation Claims Solicitor?
At Tylers, we don’t charge our clients upfront for any costs needed to fight the case. We operate as a no-win, no-fee legal services provider and put our clients first. This means you won’t get charged a penny unless your case is successful. it really is a win-win situation for you!
We deal with more or less any personal injury case you can imagine, ranging from misdiagnosis’ to pallet truck injuries in the workplace. So, whatever you want to claim for, don’t hesitate and get in touch with our team today.
What Supporting Evidence is Required?
Of course, it will help your case massively if we have clear proof to work with. Potentially having visible injuries to show and having broken pieces of equipment on hand will strengthen your case and make you more likely to claim compensation. However, we realise this isn’t always possible to do so.
Other things you can do to improve your chances is supply us with dates recorded of the accident, witness accounts and photographs of injuries the day it happened. Any further information that you may feel will be beneficial to your case can be presented to us. If you think it could improve your case, chances are it will. So, don’t leave anything out!
What are the Legislation's Protecting the Workforce?
It’s important to remember that every employer and workforce has a duty of care to look after all their employees. There are certain obligations that employers must follow in order to meet regulations that protect their workers’ health and safety. If they breach these and fail to meet standards, then you compensation claim may be eligible.
Here are a few obligations employers should be following:
- Checking risk assessments on a regular basis.
- Providing specialised and protective equipment.
- Making sure working conditions are clean and safe.
- Training staff in health and safety to look out for hazards.
- Relevant signposts present at all times.
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