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22nd September 2017

Firefighter receives compensation for injuries after deploying hose

A man has received damages for his injuries when uncoiling a fire hose.

The firefighter began unravelling the fire hose which was rolled up using the Dutch roll method. He and his colleagues had no training in this and as he deployed the hose, a trailing coupling flung up and hit him above the left eye.

The claimant cut above his left eye area, and had to attend hospital. His eye is permanently scarred.

After contacting our accident at work team, the worker was awarded a compensation sum for his injuries.

Making a claim for accident at work compensation

Clear Answers’ specialist personal injury lawyers are waiting to provide you with expert legal advice. We specialise in all types of personal injury compensation claims, particularly accidents at work.

If you or a family member has suffered a personal injury through no fault of your own, please ring us on 0800 783 9019 and speak to one of our advisers. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and to talk you through the claims process in plain English.

Alternatively, please complete one of our online compensation claim forms and a representative will contact you as quickly as possible.

 

 


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