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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

    Should you turn off a TV when unplugging wires?

    There are many different makes and models of TVs on the market and many variations when it comes to how to operate them safely. If you want to know how to turn off a TV safely, it can be wise to refer to the user manual if you still have it so you can unplug….

    Why you should never fly drones near airports

    Flying drones has become an increasingly popular hobby. In many cases, it’s perfectly safe to fly a drone, but there are certain areas where drone flight is restricted. You should never fly drones near airports, for example. Why you should never fly drones near airports You should never fly drones near airports because there is….

    Most common accidents whilst using virtual reality headsets

    More and more of us are experiencing gaming adventures via virtual reality, but the headsets we use to get our VR fix can actually be very dangerous indeed. Some accidents that could happen when you’re using a VR headset can include tripping over wires and breaking your TV. It’s vital that you take care when….

    The dangers of Segways

    ContentsCommon Segway injuriesPreventing Segway accidentsCan I claim compensation for a Segway accident?In recent times, there’s been a vast increase in the popularity of gadgets and gizmos used to get us from A to B in a novel way. Segways, rollerblades and hover boards are all the rage. While riding a Segway can be great fun,….

    The dangers of leaving electrical appliances on overnight

    Leaving electrical appliances on overnight can put you and your family in considerable danger. Of course, some items need to be left on in order to work properly. For example, turning your fridge or freezer off every night is not a realistic proposition. However, injuries caused by accidents with electrical appliances are a very real….

    Top 3 dangers of flying drones

    The dangers of flying drones are as numerous as they are varied. As one of the major technological advances of recent times, drones are a ubiquitous part of modern life. What began seemingly as a marketing gimmick for delivery services has exploded into one of the most popular hobbies around. What are the main dangers….

    The dangers of using hair clippers

    ContentsAn itchy scalpCuts and grazesInjuries caused by faulty hair clippersWhat should you do if you’ve been injured by hair clippers?Your right to claim compensationIf you regularly have your hair cut short, you may have visited a hair salon where hair clippers were used to get the cut you wanted. They’re ideal for providing an all-over….

    Faulty product vs improper use: Establishing the difference

    Many accidents at work or in the home are put down to faulty products. In some cases, however, these accidents and subsequent personal injuries ultimately turn out to be the direct result of improper use or incorrect installation. In order to determine whether a product really was faulty or an accident was in fact caused….

    Faulty product claims: Slimming Machines

    Nowadays our busy lifestyles mean that fitting in a daily exercise routine can sometimes feel impossible. While it’s fun and invigorating to go for a run outdoors or take a trip to the gym, these activities are often time consuming, and can put you at increased risk of suffering a personal injury such as a….

    Defining ‘Laptop Slouch’

    Accidents at work have long been associated with incidents such as slips, trips and falls and injuries sustained through manual handling. The reality is that workplace accidents are far more varied, covering a wide range of occupational illnesses and injuries. As the working world becomes increasingly tech-savvy, there has been a rise in the number….

    How can I tell if looking at a computer screen is damaging my vision?

    In the workplace, and indeed away from the office, there is an expectation that we should be available to talk wherever and whenever. This demand can lead to various accidents at work, from slips, trips and falls due to smartphone fog, to conditions of the eye such as computer vision syndrome. What is ‘Computer Vision….

    Defining ‘Computer Vision Syndrome’

    As we become more reliant on technology in our day-to-day lives, there has been a predominant shift in the types of accidents at work that are being reported. While incidents involving slips, trips and falls and manual handling are long-standing work-injury complaints, issues such as BlackBerry thumb, smartphone fog and computer vision syndrome are starting….

    Defining ‘Smart Phone Fog’

    It may seem like a ridiculous concept, but ‘Smart Phone Fog’ is becoming a very real issue in the day-to-day life of phone users. We have all seen individuals stuck to their hand-held devices, arguably unaware of what is going on around them. This level of distraction has been dubbed as ‘Smart Phone Fog’ and….

    Defining ‘Cellular Blindness’

    As the working-world becomes increasingly tech-orientated, there is an increasing number of accidents at work that revolve around the use of technology, such as smartphones, laptops and hand-held devices. Typically, work-related accidents are linked with slips, trips and falls in the office and strains from manual handling, however, there is an apparent increase in workers….

    Defining ‘Cell Phone Neck’

    Also known in the UK as ‘Text Neck’, ‘Cell Phone Neck’ is a contemporary condition that is seen in avid smartphone users. While accidents at work usually involve issues such as slips, trips and falls or manual handling injuries, occupational ailments caused by mobile phones and hand-held devices are on the rise in the UK…..

    Defining Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

    Accidents at work aren’t always as straightforward as the slips, trips and falls advertisements lead us to believe. When we spend many years undertaking the same job role, we can put strain on our body and overuse areas, causing pain and occupational injury. This is the case for Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: The….

    Defining Thumb Arthritis

    You may expect accidents at work to involve illnesses caused by hazardous chemicals, occupational deafness or even slips, trips and falls in the office. However, with the increase of mobile technology taking over the working world, thumb arthritis is becoming more widespread in the ranks of common work-related injuries. What is thumb arthritis? Thumb arthritis is….

    Defining ‘Texting Thumb’

    Today, the predominance of technology in our lives can lead to a number of accidents at work and injuries that wouldn’t have been prevalent in years gone by. While work-related injuries are often expected to be related to slips, trips and falls or equipment malfunctions, the change in our lifestyle has brought about new health….

    Can my smartphone really cause me a thumb injury?

    It may sound the tales of over-cautious parents, but ‘smartphone thumb’ or ‘texting thumb’ really is a condition that is causing an increasingly large number of people pain across the tech-savvy-sphere. While accidents at work are usually expected to fall under slips, trips and falls or incidents involving machinery, the modern age has seen an….

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