Throughout the country, many professions require the use of work equipment or machinery to carry out day to day tasks. In some instances the equipment or machinery can be faulty, not well maintained or used without proper precaution, which can lead to a personal injury.
The employer has a responsibility to ensure that relevant training, protective safety equipment and properly maintained machinery and equipment the mechanical equipment is fit for purpose, well maintained and that health and safety protocol is followed for the employees using it.
Machine work accidents can have a devastating effect on those injured and their families. Individuals may suffer prolonged pain, ill-health and psychological issues caused by the stress and anguish of the incident. They may also, along with family members, suffer financial difficulties caused by loss of earnings and the cost of treatment. In extreme cases, families may also suffer the death of a loved one causing further financial pressure and difficulties.
If you have been injured by machinery or workplace equipment then your employer may be negligent and liable for a claim.
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Our solicitors deal with extremely complex cases and have the skills, experience and knowledge to act in your best interests to claim the compensation you deserve.
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