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Machinery Accident Claims

Injured in an accident at work?
Machinery Accident Compensation
Machinery Accident Compensation

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Machinery Accidents


If you’ve been injured whilst operating machinery at work that’s also kept you returning to work, then you may have a claim for compensation with Mercury Legal Online. Our accident at work solicitors provide free claims advice for people who’ve been injured whilst operating or servicing heavy machinery. Speak to our claims team free on 0800 122 3130 or request a free call back. They will be able to discuss your injuries, your prospects on making a claim and how you can make a No Win No Fee claim for compensation

Employers have a responsibility under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1979) to safeguard machinists and technicians from injury whilst operating or servicing machinery at work.  This duty of care also includes:

  • Ensuring that risk assessments on the machinery are carried out
  • Adequate training is given to machinists to operate the machinery
  • Machinery is properly guarded and where appropriate PPE is issued

 

Common injuries

Mercury Legal is regularly contacted by workers who’ve been injured whilst operating machinery at work. Injuries include:

  • Crush injuries to the hands or fingers
  • Cuts or deep lacerations
  • Eye injuries
  • Electrocutions
  • Tearing injuries

Crush Injuries

Crush injuries may occur if an operator reaches into a machine to free a blockage or uses a unguarded machine. Crush injuries are life changing and can result in fractures to the hand or fingers or worse, amputation.

Lacerations and tearing iinjuries

Unguarded and dangerous machines can cause deep cuts or lacerations to the hands or fingers. Loose fitting clothing or jewelry may get caught and pull the operator into fast moving parts trapping the operating causing tearing injuries.

Electrocutions

Your employer has a duty of care to protect their employees from electrocution by ensuring that machinery is properly serviced and maintained. If the machinery malfunctions or is not regularly tested, it may electrocute machinists working around the machine.

What next?

If you are suffering from a serious injury after operating a malfunctioning machine, then you need also seek advice about making a claim for compensation. Call 0800 122 3130 or request a free call back and we will be able to talk to you about making a No Win, No Fee claim for compensation.

 

 

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Claiming For Accidents At Work


No Obligation Help

If you are unsure if you have a claim for Accident At Work, then call our team for free, no obligation advice on making a claim. They will ask you some simple questions about your exposure and will be able to tell you if you have a claim or not. Call 24/7 0800 122 3130.