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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 injuries at a concert


    ContentsCommon concert accidents and injuriesSlips, trips and fallsBruisesMaking a claimYou don’t have to be in the middle of a crowd to experience one of the common injuries at a concert. In large crowds, there are numerous hazards to health and safety you need to stay aware of. Of course, concerts are about fun. They are….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Dalston


    ContentsThe perks of living in DalstonTypes of crime experienced in Dalston and elsewhereTaking good care on the roads and pavements of DalstonHas something already happened to you?Dalston has a population of 7,659 people. It has two train stations and Hackney Central isn’t far away to the east of Dalston, either, so transport links are good…..

    London’s most dangerous areas: Newham


    ContentsWhere is Newham?Accidents on the roadsStaying safe while you are out and aboutCan you claim?In 2015, Newham was estimated to have a population of around 332,800 people. The Greater London Authority determined this to rise to around 338,600 people. The area was once known as one of the most deprived areas in England, but it….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Whitechapel


    ContentsHow safe is Whitechapel?Staying safe while you are enjoying Whitechapel and the rest of LondonTake care when cyclingDiscover today whether you could claim for injuries in an accident in WhitechapelThink of Whitechapel and the first thing to come to mind will probably be Jack the Ripper. Even though his crimes occurred in 1888, he is….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Hackney


    ContentsSpotlight on HackneyHave you been injured in public?While slips, trips and falls are common wherever you live or travel to within England, there are some areas of the country that present a higher risk of public accidents than others. This is particularly true of some of the more deprived areas of London, such as Hackney…..

    London’s most dangerous areas: Brixton


    ContentsHow dangerous is Brixton?What kinds of crimes happen in Brixton?What about other accidents that could occur?Everyday hazardsFind out today if you could claim compensation for your injuriesBrixton is one of the better known parts of London. It lies south of the River Thames, with Battersea a short distance to the west, Vauxhall to the north….

    London’s most dangerous areas: Westminster


    According to a report, Westminster has 6,840 reported crimes per square kilometre every year. This means the borough has not only the highest crime rate in London, but in the whole of the UK. Considering the number of commuters and tourists visiting Westminster on a daily basis, it becomes clear that these crime rates are….

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