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February 2012 Latest Personal Injury News
That is if comments made by Charlene Hutsebaut, fitness expert for The De-Stress Diet at de-stressyourlife.com, are anything to go by, as she believes it is vital for individuals to exercise if they are feeling anxious.
The unnamed man suffered life-threatening injuries when he struck a high voltage electric cable while participating in construction work on the Crossrail railway service in London in February 2008.
According to the Ripley & Heanor News, Christopher Simmonds also suffered severe orthopaedic and head injuries when he was struck by a car in Kent in April 2008 and the fact he no longer has a spleen makes him more susceptible to serious illness in the future.
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The unnamed female suffered a fractured spine when she fell down a lift shaft at a branch of homeware store the Range in Colchester last month and has been kept in at Colchester General Hospital since, the Chelmsford Weekly News reports.
The employee of Llanelli construction firm WA Bowler - which was established in 1983 - had been installing a beam and block floor when he was hit by one of the concrete beams.
According to Kevin Friery, clinical director at Right Management Workplace Wellness, senior managers have a tendency to "significantly underestimate" the extent of mental anxiety within their company following the global economic downturn, meaning they then fail to implement "preventative measures".
The unnamed 46-year-old professional was left with only the thumb on his left hand fully intact during an incident while he worked for Schlegel Automotive Europe in Coalville.
According to the Worcester Standard, Ronald Fryer suffered a fractured metatarsal when he slipped over in a Tesco supermarket in Worcester in October 2009.
That is according to trade union Unite, which has called on the government to be more proactive in its approach to ensuring health and safety is prioritised in this employment sector.
According to a study conducted by experts at the University of Nottingham and the University of Ulster, around 25 per cent of all professionals will suffer with mental anxiety during a time of recession.
That is according to Vivienne Michael, chief executive of Deafness Research UK, who has urged such professionals to take measures to restrict their chances of contracting hearing problems.
According to the Edinburgh Evening News, Paul De Lara seriously injured this joint while trying to move an elderly patient he had just saved from cardiac arrest in March 2008.
The unnamed 34-year-old lost the majority of the ring and index digits on his right hand when his arm was pulled into the moving parts of a mechanical lathe at premises owned by Proseal UK in Adlington in March 2010.
That is according to Neil Shah, director of the Stress Management Society, who believes that feeling such anxiety has a "physical, mental and emotional impact" on the general wellbeing of people.
The unnamed 12-year-old sustained a seven-centimetre gash on her shin when she fell a distance of around three metres through a gap on a faulty fairground ride at Star City - an entertainment complex that opened in July 2000 - in Birmingham in October 2009.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Debbie Bradshaw and her mother-in-law Pat were forced to spend two days on drips due to the severity of the stomach bug they picked up while staying at a five-star resort in Taba, Egypt, in April 2010.
He sustained fractures to his leg, heel and wrist when he fell a distance of around seven metres from an unguarded roof while working for R & G Construction; in London last March.