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A worker who was exposed to asbestos through his duties has won a pay put of more than £150,000, Workplace Law Network reports.
A woman who sustained serious injuries in a car crash has launched a legal battle for compensation of £300,000, Bedford Today reports.
The family of a woman killed in her home by a prisoner on unsupervised leave from an open jail are to sue prison bosses.
The husband of a woman who committed suicide after being discharged from a hospital may sue the mental health trust involved, the East Anglian Daily Times reports.
The father of the man found dead in entertainer Michael Barrymore's swimming pool six years ago has been offered compensation.
A firm has been fined following an incident in which two employees were injured, one of them fatally.
The widow of a former railway worker who was exposed to asbestos through his job has been awarded "substantial damages", the Gazette & Herald reports.
A woman who claims her late father was over prescribed antipsychotic drugs is planning to sue heath executives, the Lancashire Evening Telegraph reports.
A roofing contractor from north Wales has been prosecuted in court after an incident in which a worker lost his life.
A firm from Port Talbot has been fined following an accident in which a worker sustained horrific injuries after falling into a skip full of glass.
A woman from Lancashire is to sue an airline for damages after an incident which she says left her suffering with burns, the Blackburn Citizen reports.
A firm has been fined following an incident in which a member of staff fell while carrying out his duties, Workplace Law Network reports.
A soldier from Northumberland has been awarded £25,000 in compensation by the Ministry of Defence following an incident in which he dislocated his shoulder, the Journal reports.
A company from Liverpool has been made to pay in excess of £11,000 at a court hearing after one of its workers fell from a roof.
The parents of a girl who died during a surgical procedure to remove her spleen are launching a medical negligence claim, the Oxford Mail reports.
A former fairground in Southport has been fined following an incident in which a maintenance worker lost his life.
A hospital has been fined after an incident in which a patient injured himself while climbing out of a window.
A company has been fined after an incident in which a 90-year-old man lost his life.
A glazing firm has been fined following an incident in which a worker fractured his wrist.
A man from Merseyside who was forced into early retirement after a back injury has been awarded £250,000 in compensation.