The Solicitors Of Choice For Building Site Accidents
Building sites are often complex places. Different companies or contractors can be working at the same time, using equipment which can put their own workers but also others at risk. Building sites will often involve particularly hazardous work, such as working at height. All of which means that, too often things can and do go wrong.
Whether you are employed by the company controlling the works, or are working on site as an independent contractor, a scaffolder, or providing materials or other services, if you are injured whilst working on site, you should have the right to make a claim for compensation.
At Tinsdills Solicitors we can offer you assistance in helping to identify what went wrong, identify who is ultimately responsible for the circumstances which caused your injury and seek compensation from them. This can include the main contractors or any site, the employers of any specific employee who causes an accident, and any subcontractors.
If you have been injured when working at a building site and would like to discuss how we can help you further, please get in touch to speak to one of our specialist solicitors today.
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Contact Us To Discuss Your Accident At Work Claim
Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.
Our team of experts have years of experience in handling personal injury claims for injuries of all types, and can help you make a claim for maximum compensation today. We are not only experts in the law, but we also pride ourselves on customer service and keeping our clients happy with our service.
We have offices in Hanley, Sandbach, Leek and Newcastle-under-Lyme. If you want to begin your claim with us today, call us now or fill out our online enquiry form and we will get back to you.
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