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Relatives of a schizophrenia patient who died after overdosing on prescription drugs have criticised the care provided by the NHS.
The family of a patient with depression who left hospital unsupervised and walked in front of a train has been compensated by the NHS.
Newsquest Media has been handed a £3,000 fine after a worker was seriously injured by a rotating printer roller at its plant in Hampshire.
A family from south Wales have criticised doctors for not noticing that their baby boy was suffering from a severe heart condition.
Food manufacturer Heinz has been hit with a £50,000 fine after an accident at its plant in Norfolk led to a worker's hand being severed.
The Labour Party has confirmed that victims of asbestos will receive additional support if it wins the general election next year.
A dock company in Essex has been hit with a £15,000 fine after an employee sustained serious injuries to his leg in a workplace accident.
The Home Office is facing multiple lawsuits from employees who believe they have developed Repetitive Strain Injuries as a result of their work.
Healthcare officials in Doncaster have expressed concerns ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend that more people in the area may fall victim to the campylobacter germ.
A man has been prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive after a teenager was seriously injured by a falling heater unit that weighed almost half a tonne.
A firm in County Durham has been fined £6,000 following an accident in which a worker's hand was seriously injured by a glue rolling machine.
PPE manufacturer JSP Ltd has been fined £4,000 following an accident in which an employee's hand was crushed by part of a printing machine.
The unnamed 27-year-old agency worker was brought in by Murfitts Industries in Lakenheath to help move objects around the factory floor. The company makes rubber granules for industrial usage.
Tony Webber, who works for the University of Surrey in a hospitality role, was travelling home from a friend's house when the pothole accident took place.
The HSE was alerted to the safety breach after a member of public took a photo of a man using the jet washer on the roof of a semi-detached house in the Tyldesley area of Greater Manchester on June 6th 2013.
Wilbert Paterson was one of three workers employed by Daniel Harcus Construction to repair a fragile roof at a farm in Westray when the accident happened.
A woman is claiming compensation after breaking her leg in three places when she tripped over a pothole on a street.
A solar panel installation company has been criticised for not adhering to safety regulations, leading to an employee suffering a fall from height accident.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that property developer Belmont Homes had brought in several contractors to assist in the construction of a luxury property in Bowdon, Cheshire valued at £2 million.
Agency worker Vlatko Milenkov, 31, was hired by Dray Building and was among a team tasked with stripping out a property in Westminster prior to its refurbishment.