Blacksmith to seek damages for broken bones?

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Broken bones sustained during an accident at work could lead to a blacksmith pursuing personal injury compensation.

Martin Mundie suffered fractures to his arm and wrist when he fell a distance of around eight metres while working for Joseph Adams at a farm in Aberdeenshire in March 2009.

Mr Mundie was part of a team of professionals replacing the sheets and capping the roof of a pig shed that was being converted into a workshop when he fell through a skylight to the concrete floor below.

As a result of his injuries, the 23-year-old required bone grafts and metal pins to be inserted into his arm and had to take ten months off work.

He no longer works for Joseph Adams and still suffers from limited movement and numbness in the limb.

This comes after Karl Kraus sustained a smashed heel when he fell around seven metres in an accident at work in Saundersfoot.

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