Crane Accident Compensation
Crane accidents in the UK can cause long-term physical damage. There are hundreds of cases of people being seriously wounded, and even killed, as part of a crane accident. In many situations, these personal injury issues can be avoided by following industry regulations and standards. If you’ve sustained a personal injury following on from a minor or serious crane accident in the UK, you could be entitled to compensation. If you’ve lost a loved one in a recent accident at work involving a claim, you may be able to seek wrongful death compensation from the party responsible.
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be able to claim for a complete range of personal injuries. Broken limbs and injuries resulting in life-altering disabilities are common following any large-scale industrial accident. Crane accidents are almost always due to the company in charge of the construction project. Whatever kind of crane incident you’ve been involved in, you could be entitled to compensation.
Here at Tylers Solicitors, our professional team of no-win, no-fee lawyers can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. Our professional team of personal injury specialists can help to tackle companies and businesses of all sizes. We will work directly with you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. To start your claim, or for a free, no-obligation enquiry, call Tylers today on 0800 699 0079. You can also use our simple online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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- What is a Crane Accident?
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- What are the Common Causes of Crane Accidents?
- Can Mechanical Faults Cause Crane Collapses?
- Can Heavy Loads Cause Crane Accidents?
- Can Miscommunication Cause Crane Incidents?
- Can Adverse Weather Cause Cranes to Become Unstable?
- What Kinds of Injuries Can be Caused by Crane Incidents?
- Which Physical Injuries Can be Caused by Crane Accidents?
- What Kinds of Mental Injuries Can be Caused by Crane Accidents?
- Can Crane Accidents Affect Non-Workers?
- How Many Crane Accidents Happen A Year?
- What are the Most Common Kinds of Crane Accidents?
- Can People Die in Crane Accidents?
- How Can Crane Accidents be Prevented?
- What are Some Famous Crane Accidents?
- Who Is Responsible for Crane Accidents?
- Can I Make a Claim Following a Crane Accident?
- What Kinds of Crane Accidents Can I Claim For?
- Where Can I Find More Information on Crane Accident Compensation Claims?
- Why Should I Choose Tylers’ No-Win, No-Fee Solicitors to Handle My Crane Accident Compensation Claim?
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A crane accident is any kind of accident at work, or in the local vicinity, involving an industrial crane. Cranes can come in a wide range of styles and sizes, all of which can be extremely dangerous when used incorrectly. In most cases, a crane accident will be due to the company or operator neglecting to show due care and attention.
A crane accident could involve the crane itself falling over during operation. There is also the risk of poor operation causing injuries to workers and passers-by. If this lifting equipment is forced to move too great weight, or if the materials haven’t been attached correctly, it can lead to serious injuries. In addition to personal injury, there is also the risk of property damage which can be a major concern.
Over the years, the personal injury lawyers at Tylers Solicitors have worked with all kinds of injury claims. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee legal service, you’ll be able to get the compensation that you need to move on with your life. In addition to physical injuries, crane incidents can cause a range of mental problems, including anxiety, which can be life-altering. The compensation that you receive following a crane accident will be dependent on the suffering that you have undergone.
The level of compensation that you will receive following a crane accident will depend on the severity of your injuries. Whatever kind of injuries you’ve suffered, get in touch with the experienced team at Tylers Solicitors today. Over the years, our team of legal experts have helped all kinds of people to get the compensation they are entitled to. Whether you’ve suffered an injury at work, or you’ve been injured due to a nearby construction site, get in touch with our experienced team today.
Any kind of crane injury can be life-altering. In many cases, these injuries can result in long-term disability, which makes you unable to work. These injuries can also prevent you from enjoying social event. In the worst cases, these incidents can even result in deaths. As such, it is important that you get the compensation and justice that you are entitled to.
Thanks to the team at Tylers Solicitors, you’ll be able to make a no-win, no-fee compensation claim. Our legal team will help you to get the justice and the money you need to move on with your life. Whether someone you know has died, or you’ve suffered serious injuries following a crane accident, get in touch with our team today.
The amount of compensation that you receive will be based on the severity of your injuries. The personal injury concern can also consider lost wages and the negligence displayed by the construction company or individual responsible.
Compensation Amounts for Crane Accident Injuries
|Types of Crane Accident Injury||Description||Amount of Compensation|
|Minor to Serious Head Injuries||Head injuries relating to crane accidents with no or limited long-term damage.||£3,000 to £40,000|
|Minor to Serious Psychological Injuries||Injuries leading to psychological issues or brain damage.||£4,000 to £50,000.|
|Limb Injuries||Damage to limbs without losing function or with only minor function loss.||£2,000 to £20,000.|
|Loss of Limbs, including legs and arms.||Losing a limb following a crane accident. Amputation either due to crushing or deep lacerations.||£80,000 to £300,000.|
|Wrongful Death||If a loved one has died following a crane accident or accident at work.||Up to £300,000.|
Accidents at work involving cranes can be caused by a variety of different issues. Some will be due to human error, whereas some are due to mechanical failures or weather conditions. However you’ve sustained your injuries, you should be entitled to compensation.
Mechanical faults are one of the most common causes of crane incidents. Loose connections, damaged supports and other issues can all cause cranes to fall. They can also cause the crane’s loads to disconnect. Any of these problems can cause serious issues.
Attempting to lift loads which are too heavy can cause serious accidents. It is all too easy for these loads to break free from the lifting equipment. This weight can also the cranes themselves to break free from supports and collapse.
Miscommunication is another common cause of crane incidents. Moving heavy loads in the wrong direction or to incorrect heights can easily lead to a whole range of accidents. That’s why it is important that every workforce has qualified, experienced crane operators, slinger/signallers.
Operating cranes in adverse weather can cause a range of issues. Strong winds can affect the crane’s stability. Heavy rainfall can affect the weight capacities, and the ability to lift materials of all kinds. Cranes should not be operated in adverse weather.
Crane incidents can lead to a whole range of physical complaints and issues. They have also been proven to have a serious impact on workers’ mental conditions. If you’ve suffered serious physical complaints or mental issues, you could be eligible for compensation.
Crane incidents can cause a wide range of physical injuries. Many of these injuries can cause long-term health concerns. Some of the most common injuries include broken bones and fractures, lacerations and crushing injuries.
It is common for people who have been involved in crane incidents to suffer from long-term mental concerns. These can include serious anxiety and worry. These mental conditions can have a serious effect on your lifestyle.
As crane accidents, particularly in urban areas, can escape from the worksite, they can affect passers-by too. Even if you aren’t working on-site, a crane accident can still affect you, causing serious physical injuries.
Most worksites and crane hire companies take care of their lifting equipment. As such, the number of crane accidents in the UK is low. Since 2001, there have only been 61 crane accidents to date.
There are different kinds of crane incidents which can occur in UK worksites. Some of the most common accidents are caused by:
- Erection and Dismantling.
- Climbing Cranes Unsafely.
- Accidents During Operation.
- Accidents Relating to Operator Error.
- Adverse Weather Conditions and Mother Nature.
It is possible for cranes accidents to be extremely serious. These accidents at work involve heavy pieces of lifting equipment. When combined with the fact that this equipment requires working at height, it is possible for these incidents to cause terminal injuries.
Crane accidents can be prevented by showing due care and diligence. The crane operators, slinger/signaller and appointed persons need to ensure that every lifting project is completely safe. This can involve checking the weight of materials and testing the crane’s suitability.
Crane accidents are extremely noticeable, as they will often involve large, heavy pieces of machinery. Some of the most famous crane incidents have included:
- The “Big Blue” Collapse, Milwaukee, 1999.
- Battersea Crane Collapse, England, 2006.
- New York Accidents, March and May 2008.
In most cases, the company in charge of the worksite will be responsible for crane incidents. Whether you’re an employee of the worksite or you’ve been injured by the crane, you will be able to claim for compensation from the company responsible.
If you’ve suffered any kind of physical injury, or serious mental injury, following a crane accident, you’ll be able to make a compensation claim. Thanks to Personal Injury lawyers at Tylers Solicitors, you could receive thousands in compensation.
Here in the UK, you can make crane accident and accident at work claims for a complete range of health issues. Whatever kind of injury you’ve suffered, or if a loved one has died, you will be able to claim against the party responsible. Failing to operate any lifting equipment with due care and attention is extremely irresponsible. Whatever kind of crane injury you’ve suffered, the Tylers team of no-win, no-fee specialists can help you to get the compensation you are entitled to.
- GOV.UK: Expenses and Benefits: Compensation for Injuries at Work
- Citizens Advice: Accidents at Work – Overview
- Health and Safety Executive: Workers’ Health and Safety
Why Should I Choose Tylers’ No-Win, No-Fee Solicitors to Handle My Crane Accident Compensation Claim?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, our experienced legal team can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services. So long as you have a viable case, our personal injury solicitors can take on the UK’s biggest employers. We can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. Whatever kind of injuries you’ve suffered, our experienced team are here for you.
For more information on our accident at work and personal injury compensation claims, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team today. You can reach our team of legal specialists today by calling us on 0800 699 0079. You can also choose to send any enquiries through our simple online contact form and we promise to get back to you as soon as we can.