Have you been injured in an Accident on a Construction Site?

If so then contact PSR Solicitors to see how we can help you. We know how difficult it can be to cope on your own. The injury itself will be causing you pain and suffering but it can also place limitations on your lifestyle. In addition you may also be suffering from a loss of income which can add further strain on your situation. Our specialist construction site injury solicitors can help you with everything, from claiming for your personal injury and losses, such as loss of earnings and travel expenses, to arranging private medical treatment and rehabilitation to assist in your recovery and get your life back on track. Pursuing compensation for your construction site accident is not something that you have to do on your own, you need specialist advice. Trust us to help you.

About Construction Site Accident Claims

Construction sites and building sites are dangerous places in which to work. This is because there is usually a large number of people involved on a construction site with dangerous machinery around and lots of heavy traffic coming and going all day long. Although health and safety has improved over the years, for example it is uncommon these days to see anybody on a construction site who is not wearing a high visibility vest or a safety helmet, accidents do still happen.

Your employer has a legal obligation to provide you with a clean and safe working environment, proper equipment and also to ensure that all their staff have been fully trained on all aspects of their job. This includes being fully trained in health and safety at work. If they fail in their duty to look after you whilst you are working for them then they can be held to account by the law. No one should ever have to go to work and suffer an injury or death. On some construction sites it may be the main contractor of the site who is in charge of assessing health and safety and applying those rules and regulations to all subcontractors rather than your own employer. Such cases can be very complicated with neither party willing to accept the blame. This is where our experienced solicitors can make the difference and progress your case quickly to a successful conclusion.

We understand that you may feel uncomfortable about making a construction site accident claim, particularly as you may have concerns over job safety. The fact is that your employer cannot dismiss you if you are injured due to their negligence in the workplace and they must have insurance in place to cover them. They won’t have to pay you compensation themselves.

Our experienced solicitors can help you with a wide range of construction site claims such as:

  • Falls from roofs, ladders or scaffolding due to defective work equipment or poor safety training
  • Exposure to chemicals due to inadequate personal protection equipment provided, lack of health and safety training and maintenance of hazardous materials
  • Accidents when workers have been injured by a vehicle at work.
  • Lifting injuries caused by poor health and safety training or lack of adequate equipment for the required job
  • Injuries caused by falling objects, often from cranes, scaffolding or higher floors on building sites
  • Accidents caused by unsafe procedures and practices

So if you have been injured in an accident on a construction site and you want free advice on claiming compensation from a fully qualified personal injury solicitor then please contact us now. Using one of our specialist solicitors ensures that you have a better chance of winning your claim and receiving all of the compensation and help that you are entitled to. Some legal firms don’t use qualified solicitors to deal with construction site accident claims anymore, at PSR Solicitors however we believe that your case deserves special attention from a dedicated solicitor.

We have offices throughout North Wales and Cheshire and you can contact us safe in the knowledge that one of our expert solicitors will take care of everything for you on a No Win No Fee basis allowing you to carry on with your life whilst we proceed with your legal case.