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Facts about Construction Accident Claims

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Working in construction sites are the most risky task to do. Hence, the number of accidents is much more in these places. Right from building a new construction to renovation of the old, construction workers are vulnerable to receive severe injuries. But, then, if employees are harmed due to the negligence of the employer, the [...]

Construction Accidents Claim: Choose a Solicitor Who Can Be of Real Help

Friday, June 28th, 2013

A workplace accident, whether it happens in an office or at a construction site, imparts pain and suffering to the victim’s otherwise undisturbed life from seemingly nowhere. However, construction accidents are more horrendous than any other type of workplace accident. If you were a victim of a construction site accident, chances are there that your [...]

Prevention of Construction Accident with Proper Training

Friday, June 21st, 2013

We often hear of workplace accident occurring in the British industrial sectors. The British construction sector is highly prone to accidents. The government of the country is emphasizing on proper training to the workers to bring down the number of accidents at work in the United Kingdom. According to the British Energy Group, the employees [...]

A Detailed Discussion on Accident at the UK Construction Site

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

In spite of all precautionary measures taken by the industry owners and factory entrepreneurs, accidents at work are rising in the United Kingdom. The government of the nation is still trying hard to design more and more laws and implement them to bring the number of work accidents in control. The government is trying to [...]

Construction accident claims, one way to curb accidents at work

Friday, April 5th, 2013

Construction sites are not necessarily safe places for anyone to work and this is why it is very important that those places to be more safe than any other work environments. This is all the duty of the employers but considering all the construction accident claims, it shows that those who should be responsible for [...]

Stay Protected against Possible Injuries in the Construction Sector

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

The main purpose behind doing investment in insurances and healthcare policies is to stay protected against any untimely injury that may deter the process of living life normally. However, these protections are available in case of any unfortunate incident but these are not exactly aimed at giving you justice against such situations that of other [...]

What can You Derive from a Construction Accident Claim

Friday, February 15th, 2013

When working in the construction sites, work accident injury is a very common phenomenon. It may lead to a whole lot of severe consequences and leave the victim completely devastated, both financially and non-financially. With the increasing pains and sufferings, the monetary expenses keep on multiplying. In a nutshell, the causes of construction accident can [...]

An Analytical Study on the Prime Factors in a Construction Work Accident

Friday, January 4th, 2013

The construction industry is one of the accident prone work sectors in the United Kingdom. Every year, thousands of accidents are recorded in the construction sites. While some lead to serious injuries and permanent disabilities of the victimized workers, the others leave the victims with minor injuries. Fatalities are also common in the construction sector. [...]

Three Main Reasons behind Construction Accidents in the UK

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Though the British construction boasts of being the safest in the entire Europe, fatalities and serious injuries are not something uncommon in this industry. Some or the other type of construction accident is happening on a regular basis in the construction sites of the United Kingdom. A report published by The Health and Safety Executive [...]

How to Receive Worker’s Compensation for a Construction Accident?

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

The brain may bounce within the cavity of the skull and cause tearing of the blood vessel, when a worker receives hard blow to the head. Such injuries can lead to detrimental effects and change the life of the men at work completely. Both employees and the employer might found guilty for such work accidents. [...]