Fork Lift Truck Compensation Claims
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- How Much Compensation Could I Get For My Forklift Truck Accident?
- Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Forklift Truck Claims Solicitor?
- Where Can I Find More Information on Forklift Truck Injuries?
- How Can I Make A Forklift Truck Accident Compensation Claim?
- Can I Claim Compensation for My Forklift Truck Accident On A Construction Site?
- What Types of Forklift Truck Can Cause Accidents?
- Who Can Make a Compensation Claim for a Forklift Truck Accident?
- Is There a Compensation Claims Form For Forklift Truck Accidents?
- What Information Will I Be Expected To Disclose About My Fork Lift Truck Accident?
If you obtain an injury from an accident that has resulted from the use of machinery like a fork lift truck, getting the specialist help and advice will help you get the accurate claim advice you need to make the right decision for you. With a specialist forklift, truck solicitor such as Tylers Solicitors can help you make the right choice for your claim. Depending on the severity of your accident and injury, forklift truck compensation can result in between £3,000 and £25,000 compensation.
Tylers Solicitors are no win no fee fork lift truck solicitors. If your case is unsuccessful, we do not charge you a fee.
There are many places that offer advice and further information related to machinery in a workplace. The following sources have been recommended to you:
If you are going to make a claim for forklift truck injury, there are a few simple steps you can do to ensure we can confidently use within your claim. The procedure should begin with a full diagnosis from a doctor. Without a diagnosis then without evidence of a mental or physical injury documented, a claim can be very difficult to pursue. As a result of your accident at work, you need to check with your health and safety log book at work, if your employer has followed accident procedures. Also, giving us a written account as to why you believe that this is the fault of your employer, will help us to understand the events leading up to the reason of the accident, such as using forklift truck guidelines. There are lots of common factors that can result in an injury, once we can identify the evidence can help to speed up your claim. If you need any help or would like to find out more about our claim procedure call us directly on our free phone number: 0800 699 0079
Some forklift trucks are used on construction sites as well as warehouses. If you were instructed to perform a duty or task using a forklift truck which resulted in a bodily injury, then with the information and evidence leading up to the accident, we can help you claim against the company held responsible.
The letter of a claim is sent to your employer who has 21 days to inform us of receipt. Upon this 21 days of receipt, your employer has three months to let us know whether or not they are going to accept liability for your injuries or contest the claim.
- Counterbalance Forklift Truck
- Telescopic Forklift Truck
- Toyota Forklift Truck
- Hyster Forklift Truck
- Caterpillar Forklift Truck
- Manitou Forklift Truck
- JCB Forklift Truck
- Reach Forklift Truck
- VNA Forklift Truck
- Electric Forklift Truck
- Manual Forklift Truck
- Yale Forklift Truck
- Narrow Aisle Forklift Truck
- Side Loader Forklift Truck
- Mitsubishi Forklift Truck
- Flexi Forklift Truck
- Rough Terrain Forklift Truck
- Pedestrian Forklift Truck
- Truck Mounted Forklift Truck
- Tractor Forklift Truck
- Telehandler Forklift Truck
- Offroad Forklift Truck
The most dangerous industries to work in are manufacturing and construction which between them caused almost 50% of fatal accidents. Almost 15% of these fatalities were as a result of moving heaving machinery, usually a task performed by workers without adequate safety training.
You will be eligible to claim on for some different factors that caused the injury. First and foremost, the law states all employers must abide by the strict health and safety regulations which are in place and ensure they provide a clean and safe environment for their employees to work. Therefore any employer that does not meet the basic health and safety guidelines are obligated to pay any compensation due, should an accident within the workplace occur.
Employers must ensure that all work equipment is suitable and well maintained for the task at hand and all potentially dangerous machinery parts are guarded appropriately and safely. Safety systems such as automatic cut-off devices and emergency stop features must always be properly installed and functioning correctly.
If you think your accident resulted in a procedure that your employer did not carry out by law, we will be happy to assist you in accident compensation
The Royal Society For The Prevention Of Accidents is a charity that has a mission to save lives and reduce injuries in and around the UK. If you would like to seek more advice about the prevention of accidents and their charitable work, you may visit them at www.rospa.com. Sadly, there are always some accidents that can be prevented, as forklift truck accident claims are on the rise.
Yes, you can inform Tylers Solicitors of your truck accident at our claim form or call Freephone 0800 699 0079. Use our compensation calculator to assess your forklift truck injury compensation.
All consultations take place by phone, this means, no matter where you live in the country, we can manage your claim. It won’t be necessary to give us a full story about your accident; we will, however, use this opportunity to find out about your accident with some questions and inform you about the legal proceedings. Working on a no win no fee basis, Tylers Solicitors will guide you on your way to the claim that you deserve. Call us today on 0800 699 0079 to see what we can do for you.
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No matter where you were injured in the UK, Tylers Solicitors are just a telephone call away from giving you expert advice about your compensation claim. If you would like to contact us about claiming compensation in the UK then telephone 0800 699 0079 today for a no obligation chat.