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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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    5 reasons filing cabinets are a health and safety risk


    Contents5 health and safety risks of filing cabinetsClaiming compensation for accidents at workHow Accident Advice Helpline can help youDespite the predominant use of computers in today’’s offices, we haven’’t been able to say goodbye to the paper trail quite yet. These documents are usually stored in filing cabinets that, despite their efficiency and popularity in offices, are actually extremely….

    Five most common injuries when going to the theatre


    Going to the theatre is hardly a pastime anyone would consider to be dangerous. There are, however, some risks of personal injuries even when going for an evening out at the theatre. Common mishaps The most common causes of theatre injuries are slips, trips and falls. Injuries by slipping, tripping or falling at the theatre….

    Five most common injuries that can happen in the garden


    ContentsWhat are the most common injuries that can happen in the garden?Claiming compensation for a garden accidentHere in the UK we love nothing more than getting outside in our gardens. Whether it’s to actually do some gardening, read a book or just have lunch on a sunny day, our gardens are the perfect place to….

    Top five potential accident claims for a coffee shop worker


    Accidents at work occur across all sectors. However, in some industries you may be surprised to hear the extent of the occupational injuries that can be sustained. This is true of the barista profession. While you may expect slips, trips and falls behind the counter or scalds and burns from spilled drinks, there are a number….

    Top 5 safety tips: Last person to leave the office?


    ContentsWhat can your employer do to protect you?Working on the front lineClaiming compensation as the last person to leave the officeAre you always the last person to leave the office? Accidents have the potential to happen in any job, whether you work in a shop, factory, office or warehouse. In fact between 2015/16, around 621,000….

    Top 5 safety tips: Using a sewing machine


    ContentsHow can I avoid accidents at work with a sewing machine?What can I do if I am injured at work?Sewing is an enjoyable and therapeutic pastime for many people. Despite the increasing use of highly technological machines, it also still plays an invaluable role in the manufacturing industry today. Whilst the advent of technology has….

    Top 5 potential accident claims for a waiter or waitress


    Contents1. Slips, trips and falls – are they really that common?2. Scalds and burns – watch out for hot objects3. Cuts, grazes and lacerations4. Manual handling injuries5. Skin conditionsPreventing accidents in the hospitality industryFind out more about accident claims for a waiter or waitressWorking as a waiter or waitress in the hospitality industry can be….

    Top 5 potential accident claims for a bricklayer


    Working in the construction industry is just about one of the most dangerous careers you can possibly pursue. Whilst construction only accounts for approximately 10 per cent of the workforce within Great Britain, construction site accidents make up almost a quarter of all reported accidents and injuries at work over the course of an average….

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