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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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    Scallop dredger death could have been prevented with life jacket

    The death of a scallop dredger could have been prevented if he was wearing a life jacket, according to the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB). Deckhand Scott Rennie, 31, fell overboard from the King Challenger vessel 12 nautical miles south-west of Scalloway, Shetland. Fell in freezing waters He was trying to unhook a damaged dredge bag….

    Servant crushed by lift at stately home

    A domestic servant at one of the country’s most famous stately homes was crushed to death by a faulty lift. Famous home Arthur Mellar, 48, worked as a butler at Burghley House in Stamford, which has featured in films like The Da Vinci Code and Pride and Prejudice. He was trying to remove stuck items….

    Road safety push targets new drivers

    Learners and those who have just passed their driving tests are being targeted under a new scheme to increase safety on the roads. Devastating effects of collisions Dubbed the New Driver Scheme, emergency services have teamed up with the Motor Schools Association of Great Britain to show the devastating effects road collisions can have. The….

    Bus driver jailed after hiding poor eyesight

    A man who fatally struck a pensioner while driving a bus has been jailed after a court heard he hid problems with his eyesight from his employers. Derek Coleman, 82, was hit by the double-decker bus in the Civic Square, Tilbury on August 20, 2015, and died of his injuries on September 1 at the Royal….

    Care worker imprisoned after death of autistic man

    A care worker from Nottingham has been handed a jail term after an autistic man drowned while in her care. Majid Akhtar drowned during an activity trip when he fell into Kingsmill Reservoir near Mansfield, while suffering from an epileptic seizure on September 10, 2012. Nikki Deaney, a former worker at Springwood Day Centre, was….

    Improved safety and tighter laws come from Zeebrugge ferry disaster

    New laws and stricter safety rules are the legacies of a tragic ferry disaster that claimed 193 lives 30 years ago. The ferry – Herald of Free Enterprise – turned over on its side off the coast of Zeebrugge, Belgium, as it set out for Dover, Kent at around 6pm on March 6, 1987. More than….

    Two children injured in school ceiling collapse

    A schoolgirl sustained life-threatening injuries when a sports hall ceiling collapsed at a middle school in Milton Keynes. Two children were injured during the incident, which occurred at Southwood Middle School in Bryony Place, just after 3.30pm on Thursday, February 23, according to Thames Valley Police. Police will now carry out a joint-investigation with Buckinghamshire Fire….

    Manchester firm fined after employees exposed to serious risk

    A housing construction company from Greater Manchester has been fined thousands of pounds after its workers were exposed to unnecessary risks while working at height. Select Quality Homes Ltd from Oldham has been ordered to pay £6,600 after the firm failed to comply with a prohibition notice issued by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE),….

    Haulage contractor killed by a reversing lorry

    A Greater Manchester transport firm has been fined tens of thousands of pounds after a man was killed by a reversing lorry. Daniel Adams, 63, was crushed between two vehicles when an HGV belonging to Alec Sharples Farm Supplies and Transport Limited reversed into him on the firm’s land on May 7, 2014. Mr Adams….

    Major construction firm fined after flooring collapse

    One of the country’s largest construction firms has been fined after a worker was injured when a floor collapsed. Balfour Beatty was given a £230,000 fine after flooring at one of its house-building developments at Richmond Park, Croft, Sheffield gave way. Floor partially collapsed A worker on the project was injured when he fell down….

    Hundreds of hotels not publicising poor food hygiene ratings

    A five-star hotel and others with two AA Rosettes are among hundreds of accommodations with poor food hygiene ratings, analysis has found. A total of 652 hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs require improvement or “urgent improvement” under Food Standards Agency (FSA) regulations, according to the research. The analysis conducted by Which? Travel looked at all hotels,….

    Personal injury compensation to rise as calculation changes

    Compensation payments for personal injuries are expected to rise sharply as the Government announces plans to revise the calculation for financial awards. From March 20 this year, the Discount Rate calculation that is applied to lump sums – the formula used to offset potential interest rates should they choose to invest the payout – will change….

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