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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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    Most common causes of falling down stairs

    ContentsAccidents and falling down stairsHow can common causes of falling down stairs be eliminated?There are numerous common causes of falling downstairs. Whatever causes your accident on the stairs, it can be comforting and reassuring to know you may be due injury compensation. Accidents and falling down stairs Trips and falls: Sometimes, when climbing or descending stairs,….

    Common accidents to occur within a pub

    ContentsWhat are the most common accidents to occur within a pub?What can I do if I’ve been injured at work in a pub?Whether you work in a pub or you enjoy a drink at your local from time to time, it’s important to be aware of the risks of common accidents to occur within a….

    What are the most common accidents in the garden?

    ContentsAvoiding the chances of being electrocutedAre chemicals involved in the most common accidents in the garden?Slips, trips and falls are among the most common accidents in the gardenCan you claim compensation for common accidents in the gardenFind out more nowIt’s common to feel perfectly safe when you’re at home, isn’t it? We all feel safe,….

    The most common accidents at the theatre

    ContentsWould trips and falls be among the most common accidents at the theatre?The importance of proper lighting in a theatreDo you work at a theatre?Have you been injured while at the theatre?A night out at the theatre is enjoyed by thousands of people each year. In fact, London theatres alone enjoyed receiving 14,742,588 visitors in….

    Five most common golfing accidents

    From slips, trips and falls to bumps, bruises and strains, when we participate in sporting activities, we do so knowing that there are potential health and safety risks involved when undertaking the pursuit. That being said, specific sports are known to be associated with typical injuries and/or illnesses, and an awareness of these hazards, such….

    Most common causes of Ancylostomiasis

    ContentsWhat are hookworms?Which symptoms should you look out for?How does infection occur?What should you do if you suspect you may have Ancylostomiasis?Can infection be prevented?Do you think you’ve been infected through poor conditions?Most people probably haven’t heard of Ancylostomiasis. This condition affects the intestines of humans who have been exposed to something called hookworms. The….

    Most common causes of cellulitis

    ContentsWork-related illness: Spotlight on cellulitisHow to prevent work injuries and illnessCan I claim work accident compensation?According to the Health and Safety Executive, more than 27 million working days were lost as a result of work-related illnesses or accidents at work in 2012/13. Working is something you should do to expand your horizons, indulge your passions….

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