Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claims Information

If you’ve been a victim of an unsafe plant machinery injury in the workplace, then get in touch with us today to find out how much compensation you could be entitled too. The injury you have sustained is not your fault and our experts are here to help you. The money won’t solve all of your problems but it could go towards reducing the stress of a serious injury and being off work for a sustained period of time. 

 

What's an Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claim?

Industrial machinery is used on a daily basis within the workplace. If it is not regulated efficiently, or business owners refuse to comply with safety standards, employees and employers are at risk of injury. Regardless of the size of the machine being used, employees should receive the necessary training, as well as the required safety equipment prior to using any apparatus.

Am I Responsible for Carrying Our Unsafe Plant Machinery Risk Assessments?

Employers are responsible for carrying out regular risk assessments, as well as repairing and maintaining equipment when necessary. Every year, thousands of compensation claims are processed due to injuries sustained from unsafe plant machinery. Injuries range from small abrasions to amputations and crushed body parts. Trauma to the eyes can occur through loose particles being ejected from the machinery; burns from steam or hot water are also common. In the most serious cases, people have been killed.

Effective maintenance of plant machinery is imperative within the workplace. There are always going to be accidents when working with machinery; however, to reduce the number of injuries there are preventative measures that should be taken. Regular maintenance allows for the timely diagnosis of faults and irregularities within the machinery. Maintenance should be effectively planned and carried out by a trained professional, never attempt to do it yourself no matter how small the problem may appear.

Do I Need to Alert Employees to Potentially Unsafe Machinery?

When deficiencies within the machinery are pinpointed, if you are unable to fix the problem immediately, make it clear to all employees that the equipment is unsafe, and is out of use. Either take the machine off site or have it clearly labelled so as not to cause any confusion. An employer may notice a problem with the machinery before it is time for maintenance. When this happens, make certain that those working with the equipment stop immediately, follow the above steps by either taking the equipment off site or ensure that it is clearly labelled “out of use.” Once all precautionary measures have been taken, make sure that the problem is rectified immediately.

When Should Unsafe Plant Machinery Be Maintained?

When maintenance is taking place, be sure to have it done during shutdown periods, such as before or after shifts begin. This will prevent difficulties in coordinating maintenance and production. Accidents can also happen in the workplace as a result of careless employee practices. Yes, there may be unsafe machinery on site; however, if a worker is not complying with regulations, in terms of them wearing safety equipment you are both in the wrong. Regardless of whose fault the accident was, if it took place on your place of employment, you will be held responsible. You can reduce the risk of injury by ensuring that all employees are wearing the required protective clothing.

Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claims Calculator

If you have been a victim at work and suffered an injury from unsafe plant machinery equipment, you could be entitled to make a claim. Compensation amounts can vary depending on factors that we will go through with you and evaluate in much more detail. If you want to know approximately how much you could be owed, use Tylers’ unsafe plant machinery compensation calculator below!

 

Contact Accidents Compensation Amounts
This sort of injury may be a result of employers not properly regulating hazardous equipment or looking out for potential hazards before they happen. This can result in dangerous or sharp objects falling and injuring you. Get in touch with us today to find out more and take this further.
Up to £26,500
Ejector Accident Compensation Amounts
If you have been working with a piece of machinery and objects have flown off the machinery into your direction and harmed you, you could be owed compensation. This is a big indicator of machinery that hasn’t been properly checked or regulated and you could be entitled to some money.
Up to £15,000
Entrapment Accidents Compensation Amounts
Getting your fingers, hands or any other part of your body trapped in a moving part of machinery could potentially be fatal. This can result in a broken or lost finger and severe trauma from the accident. Get in touch with us today to discuss the severity of your injury and how much you could be owed.
Up to £40,000
Impact Accidents Compensation Amounts
In these instances, you may have been hit or struck by a moving piece of machinery in an environment were your health and safety hasn’t been put first. Especially in warehouses, were there’s a lot going on, accidents can happen quite regularly with little care being taken.
Up to £35,000

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Choose Tylers to Make Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claims?

At Tylers, we are privileged to have an outstanding team of legal experts,that can deliver expert personal injury services. Our team can aid in helping you to discover whether or not you could be owed compensation. Throughout the years, we’ve worked alongside hundreds of clients to get them the justice and compensation they deserve. The money doesn’t change everything but it goes a long way to relieving stress.

Contact us today and get in touch with our legal team. It’s time to start your case.

 

Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claims Solicitor?

What we love to offer to the clients we work with is the guarantee of a no-win, no-fee service. This means that if for some reason or other we aren’t successful with your case then we won’t take a penny away from you. In fact, you’ll only pay us a settlement fee if we are successful in getting you the compensation you deserve. Its a win-win situation for you and you have nothing to lose.

 

 

Why Should I Repair or Replace Unsafe Plant Machinery As Quickly as Possible?

Implementing efficient preventative measures is not cheap, which is why many organisations are choosing to cut corners and do the bare minimum to make sure that their plant machinery is safe. With lawsuits, compensation claims, and fines, it will cost you a lot more in the future if you do not invest what is necessary from the onset. During the investigation process it is often discovered that a small breach in safety causes the most damage, don’t make that mistake, and have the proper safety measures in place.

What are the Long Term Effects of Unsafe Plant Machinery Injuries?

The effects of unsafe plant machinery injuries shouldn’t be underestimated. Whether you’re the victim or it’s a family member, it can have a rippling effect if the injury is fatal and life changing. Serious injuries may result in amputation or fractured bones which can cause a drastic change in lifestyle, trauma and psychological stress that’s hard to cope with.

If you sustain these sort of serious injuries, it may mean that you have to pay for various physical therapy sessions which can be very costly and time consuming. Other factors may be having to have a lot of time off work. Get in touch with Tylers and our experts can help your claim! 

 

Need more information? Don’t worry, our expert claims solicitors will advise you along the way

Call today on 0800 699 0079 to start your compensation claim!

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We Accept Nationwide Unsafe Plant Machinery Compensation Claims

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we are proud to offer a complete range of legal services, including unsafe plant machinery compensation claims. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts are just a phone call away from helping you to start your claim for compensation. For more information, don’t hesitate to call us directly on 0800 699 0079. Alternatively, you can also email any questions or concerns you might have through our simple online contact form. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.