Bonnar Accident Law construction accident lawyers have particular expertise in dealing with claims relating to the construction industry based on our knowledge and understanding of working practices on building sites.
That knowledge allows us to maximise our clients’ compensation because we understand how the industry works and are able to access the information needed to support our client’s claims and prove their cases.
Currently over 2 million people are employed in the construction industry which remains one of the most dangerous sectors to work in. According to HSE statistics, health and safety in the industry has improved considerably over the last 20 years, however because of the hazardous and dangerous nature of the work there are still a significant number of accidents in the construction sector each year, many of which have serious or even fatal consequences.
If you have been hurt or injured as the result of an accident on a construction site in Scotland within the last three years that wasn’t your fault, then Bonnar Accident Law No Win – No Fee solicitors can help you make a claim.
For immediate assistance across Scotland (we have six office locations), please call us free of charge on 0800 163 978 or complete a Free Online Claim Enquiry and let us explain your legal rights and options.
Our specialist construction industry solicitors deal with a wide range of building site accident claims, including:
Being struck by a falling object
A fall from height
Crane and other building site vehicle accidents
Power tool accidents
Noise induced deafness
Hand arm vibration syndrome (HVAS)
Trench and shuttering collapses
Asbestos related illnesses
Claiming compensation for an accident on a construction site
Self-employed contractors can sue an employer or other contractor for a breach of their health and safety rights. Please call to discuss your construction site accident with a member of our personal injury team. Apprentices and young people
Construction site operators have a statutory duty to identify and reduce all unnecessary risk and ensure that safe systems of working are in place. This is especially so where young people are present on a site.