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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.
Supermarket chain Tesco has been criticised for leaving an injured and elderly customer lying on the ground in agony under a leaking roof.
A Wiltshire man was left with broken bones after a road traffic accident but the High Court awards him £4million due to a missed brain damage diagnosis.
Police forces across England and Wales have revealed the shocking scale of drivers caught on camera speeding in 2014.
Accidents at work can be caused by faulty equipment, and can cause death or leave workers with life changing injuries. Read more here.
Over 100 accidents reported at a trampoline park in Scotland including serious injuries and broken bones as the popularity of trampoline parks in the UK continues to rise.
A hazardous country lane in Brockholes, West Yorkshire has been closed after numerous car accidents, with complaints and concerns for safety.
A demolition firm was fined after two workers were filmed working six metres off the ground on the roof of a disused pub without any safety precautions in place.
The Supreme Court has ruled against a Welsh Assembly Bill providing for payment of certain NHS asbestos-related disease costs.
The problem is that the slurry can produce a mixture of gases including carbon dioxide, ammonia, methane and hydrogen sulphide.
The problem can be that the risks might seem small and work related cancers might be put down to other factors rather than potentially the actual cause.
Two Health and Safety Executive prosecutions highlight the risks which gas in domestic premises can hold. One case involved fatal carbon monoxide poisoning.
Essex County Council have been found liable for an accident in which a ten year old girl nearly drowned in a swimming pool resulting in serious brain injuries.
The Medical Defence Union emphasised the large number of bodies and routes which already exist to look at complaints and called for better coordination between these existing bodies.
This tragic case highlights the need for emergency services to follow the correct procedures and to look beyond merely the view of the patient themselves.
A girl who sustained serious brain injuries during her delivery has been awarded over £10 million damages by the High Court.
A Factory employee had to have his right arm amputated after it became entangled in a machine used in the banknote printing industry.
At the age of 13, Rachel Wisniewski was the victim of a vicious dog attack. At 19, she is studying Law at the University of Warwick and preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.