Multiple Injuries Prevent Plasterer Returning to Work

It has recently been revealed that a plasterer, who suffered a number of injuries following a fall, may not return to the trade – due to the injuries sustained.

During the incident which occurred in December 2012, the plasterer fell over two metres, when a temporary handrail gave way; causing the plasterer to suffer a number of injuries including a broken wrist, fractured forehead, jaw and cheekbone, and a hairline fracture to the hip.

As a result of the injuries sustained, the plasterer has had to undergone various treatment, which resulted in over six months off work; and due to still being caused discomfort from the injuries, it is likely that the plasterer will return to the trade.

Following a court hearing, the construction firm whose site the plasterer was working on, pleaded guilty to safety breaches and was fined £10,000.

As personal injury solicitors, we appreciate that although all employers are required by law to ensure that employees are working in a safe environment, accidents can and do still happen. However, when they do, our team are available to offer tailored personal injury legal advice, designed to help the injured party make a successful claim for compensation.

Our injury solicitors are experienced in handling a range of workplace accident claims; and after assessing the details of your case, we will be able to advise on whether we can assist and roughly how much compensation you can expect to receive following a successful claim.

To see if we can help you, contact us today.

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