Negligent decorator injury compensation claims
In this guide we explain everything you should know about making a decorator accident compensation claim.
Whether decorators are working within a domestic or commercial environment, they are obliged to do so in the safest manner possible. As professionals, they have a duty to complete their work in a way that does not endanger anyone in the vicinity. Decorators must follow basic health and safety procedures in order to prevent people from sustaining injuries.
If you have suffered a negligent decorator injury in the last three years and someone else was to blame, then we can help you make a compensation claim.
- You could slip on paint or paste that has been left on the floor this could cause you to fall and sustain broken bones or muscle damage
- Inhaling toxic fumes decorators should ensure that the area being treated is well ventilated to prevent illness
- Bearing the impact of an item being dropped by the decorator whilst working on a ladder this could cause concussion or even head injuries
- Tripping over tools, pots of paint or other pieces of kit if these items have been left lying around, people can break bones or suffer from sprains or bruises
- Fire exits being blocked by equipment this can result in people being unable to escape the building in the event of a fire or other emergency
I have a strong claim - why won't a solicitor take it on?
The decorator himself can be liable for your injury, however, may not have the necessary liability insurance covering accidents in a public place. In domestic properties, the landlord can be responsible for the actions or anyone he employs. Similarly, in commercial premises, such as shops, cafes or leisure facilities, the owners have a duty of care to their customers and members of the public in the area.
The amount of compensation you will receive depends on a number of factors. Our personal injury compensation calculator provides an accurate estimate of your likely compensation.
Personal injury solicitors now work on a No Win, No Fee basis.
No Win, No Fee means that if your claim is not successful, you will not need to pay any legal fees.
If you do win your case, a success fee will be deducted from the compensation award and paid to your solicitor.
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About the author
With over 20 years' experience in the law, Jenny has spent the last decade specialising in personal injury, with a particular focus on industrial disease cases.
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