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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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    Vibration simulators to examine health impact of working in high-rises

    The health and well-being of people who work in skyscrapers are being examined as part of a new virtual reality research project. VSimulators recreate the impact of the vibrations that are experienced when working in a multi-storey office block, and form part of a joint investigation by researchers at the universities of Bath and Exeter. Impact….

    Gas explosion destroys children’s dance studio and homes

    A gas explosion has destroyed a dance studio that was full of children just an hour before the incident. While the exact cause of the explosion hasn’t been established, National Grid is investigating the incident that took place in New Ferry, Wirral, at about 9.15pm on Saturday. No signs of gas leak “We are checking our….

    Construction firm and director fined thousands after worker crushed by wall

    A building firm in Manchester and a company director have been fined thousands of pounds after a worker suffered life-changing injuries when a wall he was demolishing collapsed on top of him. A 53-year-old man was employed by Access Flooring Specialist Ltd when the workplace incident occurred on Portland Street in Manchester in August, 2014. An….

    Judge reveals losing his own brother while sympathising in teenage crash death case

    A presiding judge expressed sympathy for the families of two young girls who were killed in a collision, revealing he lost his own brother in a road accident. Lucy Pygott, 17, and Stacey Burrows, 16, were killed when they were hit by a black Ford Focus on Queen’s Avenue, Aldershot, Hampshire, in November last year…..

    Whirlpool fined £700,000 after worker’s death

    A major appliance manufacturer has been fined after a person died from injuries suffered at work. Whirlpool UK Appliances Limited was fined £700,000 after a self-employed contractor fell from a mobile elevated work platform (MEWP). Team unaware of each other The contractor, 66, had been working at a height of nearly 5 metres to install new fire….

    Care home company to pay £100,000 after teenager’s quarry death

    A care home company has been ordered to pay £100,000 after a teenager drowned under its supervision. Umar Balogun, 16, from Waltham Forest, north-east London, died while swimming in a quarry at Bawsey Pits near King’s Lynn on July 16, 2013. He was under the care of Castle Lodge home in Cambridge at the time. Castle….

    Campaigners call for zero tolerance to Scottish drug drivers

    The Scottish Government is being urged to introduce a zero tolerance policy for drug-driving to protect the safety of other road users, a charity has said. According to Brake, the issue of drivers hitting the road while under the influence of illegal drugs is a major problem that is increasing. The UK’s most recent figures show….

    Woman sues trampoline park after fracturing her back

    A woman who fractured her spine is taking legal action against the trampoline park where the injury occurred. Sarah McManus, 29, from Oswestry in Shropshire, sustained the injury at the Flip Out Chester park in Cheshire on January 15. The personal assistant and receptionist – who now wears a back brace every day – was jumping….

    School’s asbestos removal could cost £100 billion

    The cost of removing asbestos from all of England’s schools could cost as much as £100 billion, an official has said. Schools ‘must be rebuilt’ According to Mike Green, director of capital at the Education Funding Agency (EFA), the only way to eradicate the hazardous material is to completely rebuild affected schools. Addressing the Commons….

    25 near misses for cyclists each year prompts campaign to change road rules

    Cyclists risk being knocked off their bikes around every two weeks, according a new report into near misses. A study from the Near Miss Project indicates cyclists experience 25 near misses at junctions each year. Almost a quarter of those (six) are described by participants as “very scary.” The Near Miss Project, led by Dr Rachel….

    ‘Routine misuse’ of level crossing despite recent death

    Drivers have been caught on camera disobeying basic safety rules at a level crossing, despite a motorist being killed at the same spot in January. Harminder Dhillon, 62, from Marston Moretaine, died when his Renault Scenic was hit by a train at the Lidlington level crossing in Bedforshire on January 3. A CCTV camera has….

    Harry Potter actor Jim Tavaré ‘making progress’ after serious collision

    A Harry Potter actor has been in intensive care following a head-on car crash that has left him with serious injuries including a broken neck. Jim Tavaré – known for his role as Tom, the owner of the Leaky Cauldron, in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – is suffering from a punctured lung and….

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