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Scaffolding Accident Claims
If you have suffered an injury following a scaffolding accident at work and it was caused by someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to claim compensation. Our solicitors will be with you every step of the way throughout your scaffolding accident claim, offering practical and useful advice that will help to maximise the compensation you receive.
We understand the impact that a scaffolding accident can have on your life, and will do our utmost to ensure those responsible for your injuries are held to account. We have years of experience in helping people in your position claim compensation, meaning we are well placed to assist you at this time.
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How JMW Can Help You Claim
JMW Solicitors will do their utmost to help you to secure compensation following an injury or accident at work. As well as being experts in personal injury, we are recognised for providing exceptional service and handling all cases with care and dedication.
Our legal experts have handled scaffolding injury claims involving the following:
- Weak or damaged planking
- Objects falling off scaffolding
- Insecure, or not enough, bracing
- Adverse weather conditions
- Loose guardrails
We will ensure that the compensation you receive accounts for not only the pain and suffering you have experienced as a result of your accident, but also that your out-of-pocket expenses, such as travel costs, and any time you have taken off work, are covered in your claim.
Who is Responsible?
There are many different parties involved in the erection of scaffolding, which can make it difficult to determine who is responsible for your injuries. The company in charge of erecting the scaffolding has a legal duty to ensure the structure has been put up properly and is safe to use, while it is the site manager’s responsibility to carry out a risk assessment to check for any potential hazards.
Our solicitors can help you identify the responsible party so you can be sure that you are bringing a compensation claim against the right company or individual.