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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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    Firm fined £105,000 after scaffolder left paralysed

    A Dorset-based construction firm has been fined more than £100,000 after a worker was left paralysed from the shoulders down when he fell while working at height. Chris Whannel, 33, was working on scaffolding on the development of a health centre in Kilsyth, Scotland, when he fell and broke his neck on May 22, 2014. Life-changing….

    GP triage won’t reduce A&E visits, doctors warn

    Unnecessary hospital visits could increase if GPs are placed in accident and emergency (A&E) departments to provide initial assessments, a medical trade union body is warning. According to the British Medical Association (BMA), the Chancellor’s plans to place more GPs in hospitals – costing an extra £100 million – will increase attendance at A&E, rather….

    Government ‘delaying access to compensation’ for swine flu vaccine

    A mother is fighting for compensation after her son allegedly suffered life-changing effects after having a swine flu injection. Sam Forbes, 11, from Batley, West Yorkshire, was just four-years-old when he had the vaccine. It has left him suffering from narcolepsy and a host of neurological conditions, his mum Di Forbes claims. Ms Forbes, 50,….

    Council contractor fined £600,000 after worker electrocuted

    An Oxford-based infrastructure firm has been fined hundreds of thousands of pounds after an employee was electrocuted while working. Steven Brown, 61, from Swindon, suffered life-changing injuries when 11,000 volts surged through him and set him on fire, while he was working on traffic lights on Eastgate Street, Gloucester on May 28, 2015. Placed into….

    Firm fined £600,000 after lift shaft death

    A demolition contractor has been fined hundreds of thousands of pounds for serious breaches of health and safety after a man was fatally injured after falling six storeys through a lift shaft, while another was left with serious injuries. Silviu Stefanita Radulescu, 31, was standing on a decommissioned elevator when the supporting chain snapped, causing it….

    A&E departments miss key waiting time targets

    Accident and emergency (A&E) departments in Scotland are continuing to miss waiting time targets, new data shows. According to official figures for January, 91.8% of the 128,648 people who attended A&E were seen and dealt with within four hours, falling from 92.6% in December. These figures fall short of the Scottish Government’s target for being….

    Families pay tribute to ‘soulmates’ killed by car outside hospital

    Tributes have been paid to two women who were tragically killed in a collision outside a Manchester hospital. Pair died soon after incident Clare Haslam, 44, and Deborah Clifton, 49, died after a green Ford Focus ploughed into a group of pedestrians outside Withington Community Hospital on Tuesday, March 7. Both were pronounced dead in hospital….

    Minstry of Defence issued with Crown Censure over driver death

    A Crown Censure has been issued against the Ministry of Defence (MoD) after a driver was fatally crushed by a reversing lorry while working for the organisation. Graham Wood, 55, from Bicester Oxfordshire was working as an agency driver for the MoD when the incident occurred on the evening of November 19, 2013. Mr Wood….

    Mechanic crushed at ambulance depot

    A mechanic is in a critical condition in hospital after being reportedly crushed while working at an ambulance depot in Dundee. The incident took place at a Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) depot on West School Road, Dundee, on Friday, March 3 at around 3.25pm. Treated for serious injuries The Evening Telegraph has reported that the….

    Mum paralysed in hit-and-run launched Crimewatch appeal

    A mother who was involved in a hit-and-run incident has made a TV appeal for information on the collision that has left her paralysed. Chanelle Higgins spent five months in hospital and is immobilised from the waist down after being struck by a car while on a night out in south-east London on May 29, 2016…..

    Contractor failed to check asbestos survey

    A contractor has been fined for failing to carry out the relevant asbestos checks on a building project in Biggleswade. Risk of serious illnesses The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which was alerted to the poor working practices by a member of the public, says the safety failings noted could have led to serious illness….

    Shoreham pilot ‘flew too low’ for loop manoeuvre

    The tragic air crash at Shoreham was the result of the pilot flying too low to complete a loop manoeuvre, according to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB). The incident in August 2015 resulted in the death of 11 people. Pilot Andrew Hill, 52, who survived, crashed a vintage jet onto the A27 in West Sussex….

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