Lifting Injuries

#1 2009-05-11 12:52:14
blisly

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Lifting Injuries

I was  hurt during when i was curring out  duties. I lifted weights and too awkward to lift. I think my emplyer should  take steps to reduce the risk and use a hoist. He didn't want because the hoist was damaged and commoditis required a quick unloading. I cause a rupture and I have undergo an operation. I unloading with yet one a man. He was a witness. My manager claims it wasn't necessity using the hoist. What are the odds of getting compensation?

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#2 2009-05-14 08:59:04
Sharaton

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The employer should avoid the need for lifting whenever possible, for example by using a hoist. If it is not possible to avoid the need for manual handling a risk assessment should be done and the employer should take steps to reduce the risk, for example by giving training, providing equipment such as a trolley or extra manpower.

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#3 2017-02-08 05:37:54
Torn

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#4 2017-02-08 07:34:53
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#5 2017-02-08 09:06:56
Matee

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A simple and inntglileet point, well made. Thanks!

#6 2017-04-28 12:43:26
shireslaw

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If you had to undergo a surgery, then you must have medical documents in support. You'll need to prove that the injury was caused due to some negligence on the part of your employer.

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#7 2017-11-17 11:15:41
John C.

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Hi I had a similar sort of incident at my work place and I spoke to this guy called James. He works for AMG legal he's a claims consultant there he took on my claim and I got ?4,000 for my personal injury. I suggest you get in contact with him on his work line 07925187444.

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