Family Pursue Fatal Accident at Work Claims
The 50-year-old deceased was working at a waste recycling firm when he was found by an employee lying seriously injured at the bottom of the machine.
It is believed that his leg had been partially severed inside the machine and had to be amputated by a doctor at the scene of the fatal work accident.
There were no witnesses to the fatal work place accident but it was construed that the likely cause of death was that the deceased had fell into a hopper machine whilst trying to clean a blockage.
The deceased was transported to hospital but unfortunately died two days post-fatal accident at work.
Fatal accidents claims – solicitors advice: Safety of all employees in the work place is a priority to prevent a fatal or serious work place accidents. The Health and safety of the workforce is paramount.
The dependants and family of the deceased should make sure that they receive specialist legal advice from qualified fatal work accident solicitors.
As a firm of solicitors with over 27 years of experience you can be assured we consider and analyse carefully the full factual and legal aspects of every death at work claim.
Compensation will be available for each fatal accident where the fault was wholly or in part due to the employer’s negligence. The main claims for compensation are for fatal accident at work claims are:
Further Reading on Fatal Accident At Work Claims
- Dependency Awards
- Bereavement Awards
- Coroner’s Court & Duties
- Inquest Hearings
- Fatal accident at work,
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
- Industrial disease such as Asbestos Exposure
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Posted: September 14, 2015 at 8:52 pm