David Upton was injured working offshore as a crane technician. Whilst he was on board a vessel in the Congo, he fell down a set of stairs on the crane due to dirt and grease on the staircase.
David was working offshore on a North Sea oil rig when he injured his back during a manual lifting operation.
Our client was sent to work offshore in the Middle East where he sustained a severe crush injury to his leg, impacting on his future career path.
Lisa Gregory, head of Digby Brown’s Aberdeen office, and specialist in claims involving the oil and gas industry, represented an individual injured working in the oil industry.
Our client was working as a seaman in Buckie, Banffshire at the time of the accident. Afterwards, a colleague came to the hospital and informed him that his contract was terminated as a result of his injuries.
Digby Brown’s Aberdeen office represented a man who sustained an injury to his head whilst working offshore.
Digby Brown’s Aberdeen office, helped an individual who suffered an accident whilst working at an Oil Rig in the North Sea, off the coast of Aberdeen.
Our client was working on a fishing boat in the North Sea when the accident happened, injuring his hand and effectively ending his career as a fisherman.
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