A self employed painter and decorator sustained a crushing injury to his hand
whilst operating a cherry picker.
At the time of his accident he was sub-contracted to work for the Defendant Company.
The Defendant Company accepted liability for his accident as the work he was doing was investigated by them and under their direct supervision. They had also provided the cherry picker which caused his injury.
A claim for substantial damages is now being pursued by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, including compensation for the loss of remainder of the lucrative contract upon which our client was working at the time of his accident.