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An Edinburgh man was blinded in one eye due to lack of safety equipment at work. The firm he worked for has been fined £165,000 for breaching health and safety regulations.
As the UK driving test recently celebrated its 80th birthday we look how the test is different in some other countries around the world.
The Easter holidays are a great time to go on a family holiday, kids are off school and it’s the first real break since Christmas. Here are some travel hints and tips.
Work experience accident resulted in personal injury compensation when a teenager’s finger was amputated.
Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer – find out what the symptoms are, what causes it and how to protect yourself from being poisoned.
There are hopes that memories might be restored by implanting microchips inside those who have sustained a localised injury in the brain or have stroke-damaged brains.
Consider the five main types of potential hazards in your workplace, so that you needn’t worry about being injured in an accident at work.
A man from Tunbridge Wells has won a £200,000 compensation claim after being left with permanent scarring from burns during a routine operation.
With around 454,000 working days lost each year due to handling injuries Personal Injury Solicitors examine common handling injuries and how to avoid back injury.
After news that nearly 75% of fresh chickens are contaminated with campylobacter, what steps can people take to avoid food poisoning?
Yorkshire firefighter is awarded six figure compensation after a ladder failed during a training exercise and left him with life changing injuries.
Sprained ankles are among the most common types of all personal injury. So, if you’ve sprained your ankle you’re unlikely to be alone!
After being left in a wheelchair after a motorbike accident, a Nottingham man has been awarded £10million in compensation.
An animal attack saw a dog owner in Bolton, Greater Manchester mauled by his pet pit bull, leaving the police no choice but to shoot the dog dead.
The World Health Organisation reveals that 50% of hearing loss is avoidable. Take a look at the preventative measures you can take to avoid going deaf.
One of the most likely causes of road traffic accidents is human error but this is not the only cause, there are other factors to consider too.
Norwich Council has been held responsible for the welfare of its residents after numerous claims due to uneven surfaces in the city.
A back injury can cause great pain and discomfort, but it is usually only caused by minor things such as a sprain, strain or irritated nerves.
Hand-arm vibration at work can cause long term damage and leave you unable to do your job. Find out how to reduce the risk and what your employer is responsible for.
In a bid to decrease the number of road traffic accidents the UK Government introduced changes to the drug driving law on 2nd March 2015.