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Injury on a Dangerous Premises Claims
Owners of premises which could be potentially dangerous to employees have a legal obligation to make sure such properties are kept secure and as safe as possible, but if you have been injured while working on a dangerous site, you could be entitled to make a claim.
Here at Grieves Solicitors we have a wealth of experience in dealing with all kinds of accidents and injuries, and all of our clients keep 100 per cent of any compensation they are awarded for injuries sustained while working in a dangerous environment.
Could I be entitled to make a claim?
Our experienced team will be able to talk you through your case in more detail but in general, if the action “ or lack of action in some cases “ of someone else contributed to a work accident, you can claim.
Common examples of dangerous premises injuries which can be claimed for include:
- Slips and trips on uneven or poorly maintained surfaces
- Falls on stairs without adequate handrails or other safety features
- Injuries caused by objects which have been thrown
- Conditions caused or exacerbated by dangerous substances and chemicals
- Injuries which can directly be attributed to a lack of training
What business owners should be doing
Any business owner with a premises which could present any level of risk to staff or other visitors has a legal obligation to ensure it is as safe as it possibly can be. While risk is unavoidable in certain industries, if you feel an injury has been caused by a lack of responsibility on the part of your employer, you are likely to have a viable case.
Contact Grieves Solicitors
We can help people to claim compensation to which they are entitled. If you want to find out more about whether your case could be viable, contact Grieves Solicitors today on Freephone 0800 074 7644 or fill in our online form.