No Win No Fee Scaffolding Accidents Claim Experts

We specialise in helping victims of injury claim the compensation they deserve

Scaffolding Accidents Claim Experts

If you have been injured while working on scaffolding then you may be entitled to claim compensation.

Working in construction involves its own risks. Having to work on scaffolding from great heights, as well the regular use of heavy equipment and machinery, means that injuries often happen within the sector. However, your employer has a duty of care to minimise any dangers that may arise. They should also be held accountable if your injury could have been prevented.

Importantly, Health and Safety legislation is there to ensure your employer protects your safety in the workplace. Therefore they should regularly conduct a thorough assessment of all potential hazards and risks, provide suitable training and protective gear, and ensure all equipment is safe to use. So if they don’t take these precautions, and you have an accident, you may be able to claim compensation.

All of The Compensation Experts scaffolding accident claims are worked on a No win, no fee (*Conditions may apply. Please see details at the bottom of the page) basis. This means that if you don’t win your claim for compensation, you and your family aren’t left with any scary costs.

Don’t suffer in silence, speak to our friendly team today to find out how much you could claim.

Types of Scaffolding Accidents

There are many hazards in the workplace that can result in scaffolding accidents. Some of the most common types of accidents caused by scaffolding include slips and trips, falls from height, manual handling, and accidents involving equipment.

If you are working on scaffolding as part of your job, then your employer must ensure that they are following correct regulations, such as the Work at Height Regulations 2005 to keep you safe from injury. Your employer must also ensure they correctly maintain any equipment that you may use whilst working on scaffolding so that you are always kept safe.

Causes of scaffolding accidents

Scaffolding accidents can be caused by lack of training, your employer failing to have correct health and safety procedures in place, lack of risk assessments, and not maintaining equipment. All these things are designed to keep employees safe. So if you have a scaffolding accident and it was due to one of these examples, then your employer may be at fault and you may be able to make a scaffolding accident claim for compensation.

Why choose the Compensation Experts?

Firstly at The Compensation Experts we have unrivalled industry knowledge. So this allows us to handle the most complex scaffolding accidents, always with sensitivity and delicacy.

Nationwide Help

In addition, our nationwide network of hand-picked solicitors will work closely with you and your loved ones to guide them through the claims process. Acting with professionalism throughout, we are therefore always on hand to answer your queries.

Next Steps

Once you make contact with our team, they will put you in touch with a scaffolding injury specialist. They will then advise you what needs to be done to make a successful claim for compensation.

What you need to do now

Complete and submit a claim form and one of our agents will contact you to discuss the details of the case. They will then determine whether you will be able to make a claim, and match you up with one of the panel of legal firms we work with.

    Start by speaking to our expert team now and find out how much your claim could be worth...

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    £1,950 - £128,320.
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    £5,800 - £224,800.
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    £3,150 - £104,370.
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    £1,760 - £322,060.
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    £2,390 - £100,350.
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    You could be owed between
    £3,150 - £322,060.
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    Am I eligible?

    If you’ve been a victim of a scaffolding accident in the last 3 years due to someone else’s negligence, then yes, your case is eligible for compensation.

    The Compensation Experts are specialists in scaffolding accident claims, so even if you’re not completely sure if your scaffolding injury was due to negligence, speak to us and you could have top scaffolding accident lawyers reviewing your case.

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    How much could I claim?

    Scaffolding accident compensation can be different from case to case, with lots of factors contributing to the final settlement figure. The type of injury, the circumstances of the scaffolding accident, the impact on your life, loss of past and future earnings will all be taken into consideration.

    Our dedicated team of scaffolding accident lawyers and experts will give you an indication of how much you could potentially claim for.

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    How does the process work?

    When you’re making a scaffolding accident claim, we understand that it’s because you’ve suffered a serious accident that has had a significant impact on your life. That’s why we want to make the process of claiming compensation for you clear and easy to understand.

    Your solicitor will gather all the evidence about your accident, and will notify your employer or the negligent party that claim proceedings will be starting. You’ll have an expert solicitor working and negotiating on your behalf, and making sure you’re always up to date on proceedings.

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