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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

    5 times when it’s not safe to go in the sea


    Whether you are taking a break on British shores or planning to travel to exotic beaches, there is always a chance that there will be times when it is not safe to go in the sea. It is therefore recommended to always seek out beaches that are patrolled by lifeguards. Here, any potential risks and….

    Tips to avoid injury when climbing Ben Nevis


    Ben Nevis is, at 1,344 m, Scotland and the UK’s highest mountain. Climbing Ben Nevis is highly popular among both experienced and inexperienced hikers. Unfortunately, lack of adequate gear and inexperience often combine with poor weather conditions to cause slips, trips and falls with potentially serious, even fatal consequences. The following tips should help to….

    Five tips to avoid getting the bends


    If you’re preparing to set off on your gap year or you’re planning a scuba diving holiday, the last thing you want is for your eagerly awaited trip to end in disaster with a bout of the bends. Whether you’re a beginner or you’re a qualified PADI driver, it’s important to be wary of the….

    Five tips to avoid injury on the London overground


    London is famed for its extensive underground network, but it also boasts an impressive overground rail system. Travelling by tube or overground train is a fast, effective and inexpensive way to get around London, get to work or see the sights, but there are risks involved. Here are five tips to help you stay safe….

    Five tips to avoid injury whilst swimming in the surf


    Beach holidays and swimming in the surf are not without potentially serious dangers. Beach and surf swimming accidents are, in fact, quite common. Here are a few tips for preventing personal injuries: Flags First of all, before you get into the surf, check out the beach flag. Some beaches use different flags (so if in….

    Five ways in which an open fireplace can be dangerous


    Slips, trips and falls in the home are among the common household accidents that we all expect to experience at some point during our lives. Yet, there are other hazards in the home that can cause more severe incidents than a simple slip or trip, such as fireplace-related accidents and injuries. With The Royal Society….

    Five most common injuries when visiting the Great Barrier Reef


    The Great Barrier Reef  is the world’s largest coral reef system and is a popular tourist destination located off the coast of Queensland, Australia. It is a `must visit` when in Australia especially if you like scuba diving. However, travel accidents can and do happen whilst visiting this attraction. Here are the five most common ….

    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….

    Five tips to avoid injury when running the London Marathon


    Running the London Marathon is an achievement participants are rightly very proud of. Sadly, personal injuries mean many runners never make it to the finishing line. Here are five tips to avoid accidental injuries while running the marathon. Training Make sure your fitness levels and strength are adequate by training regularly before the event. Warming….

    What kinds of accidents occur in factory environments?


    Manufacturing accounts for around 10 per cent of the British workforce and the UK has a rich industrial history and a reputation for innovation and producing high quality goods. Although working in manufacturing has many benefits, factories by nature can be dangerous places and statistics from the Health and Safety Executive show that 3.7 million….

    Top 5 things to avoid when catching a ferry


    Ferries are the mode of transport for those going to an island destination for a relaxing break, and a necessity for those who live in remote places. While travelling by boat at any time poses risks, passengers need to take extra precautions when catching a ferry. If you do get injured on a ferry and….

    Top 5 things to avoid when starting a new job


    Starting a new job is nerve racking, and trying to make a good impression can make especially the first few days a living nightmare. The trick is not to try too hard. Simply being yourself, doing your best and getting on with the tasks you are given is often the best way to move forward…..

    Top 5 things to avoid when joining a gym


    Joining a gym is meant to improve a person’s overall health, fitness and, of course, figure. To ensure this purpose is achieved safely, beginners should follow the guidance and instructions provided by experienced gym staff and avoid a few things that are likely to cause potentially serious personal injuries. Dubious gym set-ups The most important….

    Top 5 things to avoid when commuting


    Commuting is something of a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it’s the ideal opportunity to enjoy some personal time, keep fit if you are on a bike or catch up with a favourite book or TV show on a train. On the other hand, it’s time away from your friends and family on roads….

    Top 5 things to avoid on the school run


    Thousands of parents do the school run every day in the UK and while most return home unscathed, there are potential hazards to avoid, from road traffic accidents, to slips, trips and falls. Top 5 things to avoid on the school run Preventing accidents on the road Many parents drive their children to school each….

    Top 5 things to avoid during rush hour


    Rush hour is that time in the day when everyone is either trying to get to work or trying to get home. This can be a stressful time for drivers and pedestrians alike with simply the sheer density of traffic. Here is the top 5 things to avoid during rush hour. Avoid getting stressed to….

    Top 5 things to avoid when going for a job interview


    Everyone knows that interviews can make the calmest of people a nervous wreck. That being said, it is generally thought that avoiding accidents at work before you even start the job is the best way to begin. Accidents at work: Interview issues Rather than becoming tongue-tied in your interview and experiencing other feared work-related incidents,….

    Top 5 things to avoid when catching a flight


    Although you’ve been building up to the moment for months, going away on holiday can be a tad stressful, and frankly the last thing you need is the worry of a claim for travel accident compensation on your shoulders. Get set to jet in advance and stay sojourn savvy on your next trip – the….

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