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Fall From Height Claims

Falls from height are the cause of many serious injuries in the work place and if this has happened to you then you could claim compensation.

If you’ve fallen from something like a ladder, kick stand, scaffolding or anything else and been injured then it’s possible you have grounds for a No Win, No Fee compensation claim. It doesn’t even need to be a fall from a substantial height to cause a serious injury there just has to be a risk that you may fall.

Experts at Fall at Work Compensation Claims

Godloves Solicitors can deal with your claim on a no win no fee basis which means that if you lose it won’t cost you a penny. 

In order to reduce the number of claims for this kind of accident the Work at Height Regulation 2005 was introduced.  These regulations apply whether you work outdoors, indoors or underground and there is no requirement for the fall to be from a certain height.  The regulations apply to any place or situation where you are required to work from a height, and it does not have to be at your usual place of work. 

So if you feel you have had an accident that could have been prevented get in touch. You can also use our online Claim Calculator to find out how much your claim might be worth.

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I was nervous about making a compensation claim but the team at Godloves were professional and understanding about everything. They were great from start to finish.

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