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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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    Dangers of accidentally leaving the gas stove on


    ContentsAccidents that occur when accidentally leaving the gas stove onOther dangers of gas cookersCarbon monoxideRented accommodationRight to claimAbout usGas stoves are among the most dangerous household appliances to have in your home. Accidentally leaving the gas stove on exposes you to several risks. Here are some of these risks. Accidents that occur when accidentally leaving….

    5 most dangerous kitchen appliances


    ContentsDangerous kitchen appliancesClaiming compensation for kitchen accidentsGetting in touch with usWhen considering accidents in the kitchen, we often think of cuts, burns, slips, trips and falls. Yet, there are some dangerous kitchen appliances which can cause kitchen accidents of varying severity. An awareness of these dangerous kitchen appliances and the hazards in your home can minimise the chance of….

    The dangers of having a deep fat fryer


    Often regarded as one of the fundamental pieces of equipment in professional kitchens, the deep fat fryer produces some of our most guilty, but nonetheless delicious, culinary treats. That being said, having a deep fat fryer can lead to myriad accidents at work of varying severity. The dangers of having a deep fat fryer Having….

    The most bizarre accidents to happen in the kitchen


    ContentsBizarre accidents in the kitchenCommercial kitchensWhen cooking goes wrongFreak accidents can happen anywhere, but kitchens certainly seem to have their fair share of strange incidents. Bizarre accidents in the kitchen A compilation of the most bizarre accidents to happen in the kitchen must surely include the following: A Scottish mother slipped in her kitchen and….

    Most dangerous kitchen items: Food processor


    Working in a kitchen can be extremely hazardous, and accidents at work in kitchens are comparatively common. Food processors One kitchen gadget often responsible for work accidents is the food processor. The risks here are injury by electrocution if the appliance is not well maintained or used too close to water or with wet hands…..

    How to avoid burn injuries when cooking with oil


    Whether you’re cooking a family meal at home or you’re preparing to serve hundreds of guests lunch at a bar or restaurant, it’s important to bear health and safety measures in mind to prevent burn injuries and reduce the risk of accidents at work. How to avoid burn injuries when cooking with oil Cooking is….

    How long do the effects of food poisoning last?


    Food poisoning is an illness which occurs when you eat contaminated food. In most cases, food poisoning is caused by bacteria, such as E.coli or salmonella; however, it can also be viral. A common example of viral food poisoning is norovirus. If you’ve developed food poisoning after staying at a hotel or eating at a….

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