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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Personal injury discount rate revised again

    The insurance industry has welcomed proposed changes to the formula which calculates personal injury payments after slamming earlier proposals. Ministers have set out reforms to the Ogden rate, better known as the discount rate, which is used when working out the lump sum awarded to victims of medical negligence, car crashes and other incidents. The….

    Warning over carbon monoxide alarms

    Gas safety experts have urged people to have their appliances checked after a survey estimated that millions of properties are not protected by a carbon monoxide alarm. The Gas Safe Register found nearly half of the people it polled did not have one of the alarms in their homes. The silent killer It estimates that….

    Firm fined over vibration exposure

    An engineering firm has been fined £20,000 after one of its workers was diagnosed with a condition related to exposure from vibration when using tools. The 29-year-old man was working in the trimming department at Taylor Engineering and Plastics Limited in Rochdale. Exposure to vibration He was diagnosed with hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) after using….

    HSE issues safety warning to offshore energy firm

    A floating energy extraction company off the coast of Scotland has been ordered to address its safety procedures following a “lifting incident” on one of its vessels. Teekay Petrojarl is found to be exposing its offshore workers to safety risks on its Voyageur Spirit ship, where hydrocarbons are produced and processed, a report by the….

    Safety concerns over repeated level crossing misuse

    A railway level crossing temporarily closed in 2015 over safety fears was recently misused more than 300 times in just nine days, new figures show. There were also four near misses with trains during the July 1-9 monitoring period at the crossing in St Albans, Network Rail said. Used by 60 trains a day CCTV….

    Builders expose family to carbon monoxide

    A family of four ended up in hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning after builders failed to carry out a suitable assessment before starting work on an extension, a court has heard. SJW Joinery & Building Ltd and director Simon Wiley admitted breaching gas safety regulations while carrying out work on a house in Stalybridge. Taken….

    Confectionery firm recalls products amid metal risk

    Two sweet products – including the Iron Broo range – are being recalled by a confectionery firm due to a risk of containing small pieces of metal. Athole Tablet is warning customers who bought certain batches of its Scots Tablet or Iron Broo not to eat the products, which they can return for a refund…..

    Dishonest holidaymakers face court for bogus complaints

    Those who make fake sickness claims against tour operators are the focus of a new clampdown from travel organisation Abta. Holidaymakers returning home from summer breaks could face prosecution for feigning illnesses in misguided attempts to scam the system. Abta says cold callers and social media posts are “bombarding” the public with opportunities to submit….

    T20 stand collapse leaves three injured

    A hole that appeared in a spectator stand at Durham County Cricket Club has led to three people being injured. Photographs on social media indicate the caving in of a section of the floor in the stand during the Twenty20 cricket match between England and the West Indies on Saturday, September 16, at around 9.30pm…..

    Fewer people recognise mobile driving dangers

    There is “cause for genuine concern” on the UK’s roads with only half of Britons believing all types of mobile phone use behind the wheel to be dangerous. Only a combined 50% of respondents to the Department for Transport’s latest report said that mobile use – including hands-free – was dangerous, with 22% strongly agreeing….