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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Three firms at fault for fall from height

    Faults by three separate firms led to a serious fall from height incident, a court has heard. The Essex-based companies have all been fined after a man fell 7.5 metres while working on a roof, Chelmsford Crown Court has heard. Man fell onto concrete floor Rafal Myslim was walking along a fragile roof at Dengie Crops….

    Tractor driver seriously injured after ploughing into ditch

    The driver of an agricultural vehicle has sustained serious injuries after his tractor careered into a ditch, emergency services have said. The incident is reported to have happened shortly after 10am on Sunday 30th January, on an unclassified road between two villages in Aberdeenshire – Glenbervie and Drumlithie. A collision investigation into the cause of the….

    Warburtons worker fractures spine after fall

    Warburtons, the break maker, has been fined after a worker fell from height. The national baker was fined £2 million at Wolverhampton Crown Court after Andrew Sears was hospitalised due to the accident at work. Work carried out regularly In November 2013, Mr Sears, who had worked in the factory since 2007, was cleaning a….

    Haulage firm owner to be sentenced for fatal truck crash

    Two men are to be sentenced for manslaughter after the brakes of a 32-tonne truck failed, killing four people and seriously injuring another. In the road accident, four-year-old Mitzi Steady, who was struck by the out of control lorry, was killed along with three men in a car. The girl’s grandmother, Margaret Rogers, also suffered….

    Tired junior doctors falling asleep at the wheel

    Overworked and tired junior doctors are putting lives at risk by falling asleep at the wheel on the way home from their night shifts, according to new research. Four in 10 junior doctors have fallen asleep at the wheel following a night shift, according to a survey of 1,100 junior doctors for the BBC’s Inside Out….

    Students in critical condition after science experiment goes wrong

    A science experiment involving coffee that went wrong left two students in critical condition. Two students were given 30g of caffeine – the equivalent of 300 cups – during a university science experiment. They should have been given just 0.3g. Hundred times correct dose given Sports science students Alex Rossetta and Luke Parkin had volunteered….

    Construction industry made aware of vulnerable road users

    How the construction industry responds to vulnerable road users is the focus of a new course. The Best Practice Hub has produced an e-learning course that hopes to increase knowledge and understanding of the risks construction activity can pose to vulnerable road users. Reducing road risks The online course offers practical methods that can be adopted….

    Lawsuit wants to prevent drivers using phones

    A lawsuit has been filed against Apple in the US after a man was involved in a car where the other driver was texting on their iPhone. The Californian lawsuit accuses Apple of selling products that encourage drivers to text behind the wheel. Call to introduce lockout technology The suit, obtained by Ars Technica, was….

    Car worker loses leg in manufacturing accident

    A national car firm has been fined after a worker lost his leg at a manufacturing plant. Jaguar Land Rover has been found guilty at Birmingham Crown Court of health and safety breaches at its Lode Lane plant in Solihull. Four-car shunt In February 2015, a Range Rover Sport was being driven to the start of….

    Illegal used tyres being sold across the country

    Second-hand tyres are putting drivers’ lives at risk, according to a council that found a garage stocking 23-year-old tyres. New figures from the Local Government Association (LGA) show that 83% of used tyres in some areas of the country are being sold illegally. This could be due to them being part-worn in areas, having serious….

    Warning issued after wheelchair accident at station

    A warning has been issued to parents and wheelchair users at train stations after a woman in a wheelchair was almost pulled onto the tracks by a train’s slipstream. The railway station accident happened when a disabled teenage girl was waiting on the platform and a non-stop train passed through. Wheelchair had brakes applied The girl….

    Contractor falsified asbestos documents

    An experienced asbestos analyst has been fined after it was revealed he had faked an air clearance certificate, a court has found. Barrie Lyons has worked as an analyst for 29 years. But in a recent court case, it has been revealed that in November 2015, Mr Lyons had not carried out a suitable inspection….

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