Find out today if you’re entitled to Construction sit accident compensation. We handle all claims on a no win, no fee basis and can provide you with immediate legal representation anywhere in Australia.
Safety on construction sites in Australia has come along way in the past ten years. Reports from leading authorities and government organisations show that injuries on site have decreased significantly. However, construction sites are still very dangerous places, and accidents still happen.
If you’ve been injured at work then you could be entitled to compensation. The specialist work injury lawyers at Australian Accident Helpline can help you make a No win, No fee construction site compensation claim.
We can also help you with workplace injury and workers compensation claims too.
Workers must have their wits about them at all times as there are many hazards on construction sites that can cause injury. Some of the most common causes of injury include:
The most common injury resulting from the accidents listed are injuries sustained to the hands, fingers and thumbs. followed closely by upper leg/knee injuries and arm and shoulder injuries. In many cases, the wrong PPE is to blame for many hand finger and thumb injuries on site.
As mentioned above the hands, fingers and thumbs are most susceptible to injury. However, workers on construction are at risk of suffering more severe injuries.
Some of the common serious injuries our lawyers help people claim for include:
Please don’t worry if we haven’t mentioned your injury in the list above as we will probably still be able to help you.
You can speak to a lawyer regarding your accident or injuries on 1800 106 107. All calls are free and you won’t be pressured into staring your claim with us
On construction sites, some trades and occupations are more dangerous and prone to accidents than others. According to research carried out by Safe Work Australia, these are the percentage of claims made on construction sites.
Depending on the severity of your injury you may need to seek first aid or medical attention. If you’ve been injured on site no matter how minor or serious you believe your injury to be, you should report it immediately.
Not only will your injury be recorded if we need it in the future for evidence but it might prevent someone else sustaining an injury like you.
Then and only when your health isn’t at risk you should give Australian Accident Helpline a call. Our workplace lawyers can help you with any type of work injury claims whether it be workers compensation or lump sum payouts.
The number to call is 1800 106 107, all calls are free and you won’t be under any obligations when you call us.
The amount of compensation owed to you will depend on the severity of your injuries and the State in which your construction site accident happened.
Some of the main variables your work injury lawyer will look at when calculating your compensation will include.
Before your claim has been properly assessed by a lawyer, we can’t give you an exact settlement amount. However, you can make your own calculation using our totally online claims value checker.
Then based on the type of construction site accident and injuries you have suffered they will connect you to one of our lawyers who specialise in claims like yours.
Remember when you call us you won’t be under any obligations, our advice is free, impartial and we will never pressure you into starting your claim if you aren’t ready.
Once we have transferred you to one of our lawyers they will discuss your case in more details. Please don’t worry if you don’t have all the exact dates and details as we can help you to get all that information at a later date. The main things that you will discuss will be:
They will also discuss their legal fees with you in great detail before you sign any paperwork. This way you know exactly what to expect and there won’t be any hidden surprises when you receive your payout.
At this stage, you are still not under no obligations and it’s totally up to you whether you want to make a claim or not.
There are two easy ways in which you can contact us.
Call us free on 1800 106 107 or start your claim online.