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We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.
Maximum Compensation
We will push for the maximum compensation available for your injuries.

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Scaffolding Accidents

Complicated scaffolding

Matthew Waterfield

We are Injury Lawyers UK, we are here to help you get the support, treatment and compensation you deserve following an accident. Like many in our team our Senior Partner Matthew Waterfield has been dealing with personal injury claims for over twenty years.

Accidents in Working Environment

The construction and maintenance of a property usually brings about the erection of temporary scaffolding. Being able to rely on the scaffolding to scale heights in order to conduct heavy work is thereby essential, and should the scaffold structure fail to deliver the support necessary, serious – if not fatal – injuries can occur. Both for employees on a construction site and the general public, inadequately constructed scaffolding presents a risk that can lead to costly compensation claims should an accident occur.

At Injury Lawyers UK, we’ve worked with a number of claimants in seeking due justice and compensation as the result of a scaffolding injury. Submitting a personal injury compensation claim for such an incident means seeking the compensation you and your loved ones are due should you be incapable of working due to injury or unable to find future employment.

Types of claim

When it comes to scaffolding accident claims, identifying the party liable for when an accident occurs is essential. Incorrectly erected scaffolding presents a risk to those working on it and those simply passing by. As such, erecting scaffolding should be carried out by experienced professionals that work in accordance with the Work at Height Regulations 2005, the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, and the Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992. Failure to uphold such regulations will often mean liability for such incidents as:

How does a no win no fee agreement work?

You’ve probably heard the phrase no win no fee used before, they’re also known as conditional fee agreements. They are simple, you won’t have to pay a penny win or lose.

We understand all of this might make you worried about incurring hidden costs. We assure you there are none, we instead secure our payment from your opponents insurers when we are successful with your claim.

In the unlikely event that we lose your no win no fee personal injury claim we promise we will still not charge you a penny. We have insurance policies that cover us in those circumstance. We don’t like to be negative at Injury Lawyers UK but its important you have a full understanding of how a no win no fee agreement works.

Am I eligible to make a claim?

Depending on the circumstances surrounding the scaffolding accident you’ve suffered, Injury Lawyers UK will be able to help you pursue the compensation you and your family deserve. In addition to simply highlighting where liability lies, and supporting you throughout the legal proceedings, Injury Lawyers UK provides a No Win, No Fee policy, thereby ensuring you will not incur any additional charges should you be unsuccessful in a claim.

Contact Injury Lawyers UK

To start proceedings on a scaffolding accident claim, simply contact the experienced team at Injury Lawyers UK on 0800 1123 156 today or submit an enquiry form and we’ll be in touch. You can be confident that our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers will be able to give you complete and impartial advice and help you achieve the compensation you deserve following a workplace accident.

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