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Construction Accident Claims

According to Health and Safety Executive statistics, construction is a high risk industry. Although it accounts for only 5% of the employees in UK, 27% of fatal injuries and 10% of reported major injuries are suffered by construction site workers. Moreover, approximately 3 700 occupational cancer cases arise each year in UK as a result of past exposures in the construction sector.

Compensation Claims

Even when you’re working on a self-employed basis, if you have been a victim of a construction industry work accident, you may claim compensation from your employer (or another contractor on site) for:

  • Physical pain
  • Disabilities that have affected your quality of life
  • Out-of-pocket costs; Loss of pension
  • Travel expenses related to the injuries
  • Emotional and financial hardships due to loss of work
  • Medical expenses.

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Stone Rowe Brewer LLP are an APIL accredited team of 6 fee earners and 10 support staff specialising in severe and life changing personal injury and clinical negligence. We have experience dealing with a wide range of claims, from first instance right through to trial and settlement.


Have you been injured on a construction site? You might be due compensation because your employer is responsible for your safety and for your health. Call our specialist solicitors on 020 8891 8002 for free advice.


How long do I have to put in a compensation claim?

Usually you have three years to start legal proceedings for personal injury, however in the case of claims related to Asbestos or delayed symptoms you would have three years from the date the symptoms / causes were identified by a professional.

If in doubt about your right to claim or if a deadline is fast approaching please call us we will be happy to look into your case.