Scaffolding accidents are common at construction sites that can cause serious injury to the workers, pedestrians, and site visitors. Scaffolding is a temporary structure which is built to ease construction work. It is used by the workers to perform their jobs efficiently and to support materials used in the construction work.
There can be several reasons that may lead to scaffolding accidents
- Inadequate and unsafe material used for scaffolding
- Construction company or employer fails to meet health and safety standards
- Incorrect assembly of scaffolding
- Materials used for construction falls from the scaffolding
- Insecure scaffold bracing
Take help of Friendly Legal Experts and Get Justice for your Suffering and Losses
If you have been injured in an accident involving scaffolding, you may be entitled to make a compensation claim.
It is the duty of the employer, Construction Company or contractor to ensure that scaffolding has been assembled correctly. Work at Height regulations also need to be adhered to in order to ensure a safe working environment is provided to workers and the public.
Our solicitors at M&S Law understand that working at height can be dangerous and can lead to accidents even with a small mistake. If you are unsure who is at fault, we can go through the accident circumstances with you to ascertain who is potentially at fault.
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If you would like start a claim or would like a free legal consultation, please contact us on 01254 40 40 55. Our experts will provide the best guidance for your claim.