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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

    Craven Accident Claims

    Located in the North Yorkshire part of the country, Craven is a relatively small town.

    Mentioned in the Domesday book, the region does have some history that dates it back to many years ago, making it older than most of the other surrounding regions in the area.

    An important part of the local area is the woodland that can be found there. This woodland is important due to the fact that it attracts large numbers of wildlife, that aren’t normally found elsewhere.

    As this is the case, those living there make a special effort to preserve the woodland in the area.

    The Craven Woodland

    In any case, it might not be that those living in the area are cutting down the trees in the local woodland, though they may be cutting wood that comes from the other places. The act of cutting large pieces of wood into smaller ones, though effective, can bring with it some dangers.

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    Often the use of a high powered saw is required when cutting wood. This might include something such as a table saw, which provides an easy way to cut and shape wood. Those using a table saw, must ensure that they’re doing so safely, as a simple mistake can have long term consequences on your health.

    One of the best things you can do whilst using a table saw, is to make sure you’re wearing the correct protective equipment.

    This might mean some safety visors, to protect you from off-shoots, and it might also mean wearing something to protect your hands, should it come near the blade.

    It can also help to practice good technique whilst using the table saw, since you might end up cutting a piece of wood in a way that is likely to cause you to slip. In addition to this, you might also be placing your hand in harms way, for no good reason, as you’re assuming the wrong position when cutting wood using the table saw.

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    In some instances, the act of cutting wood might be done around other more reckless people who cause accidents, and this might lead you to make a compensation claim for the accidents caused.

    Craven accident claims can be processed by Accident Advice Helpline (0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993).

    Using their number, you’ll be able to begin your Craven accident claim.

    Even if you’re not someone who has made a claim before, the team at Accident Advice Helpline will know how to guide you in the right direction, so you’re able to make a Craven accident claims, without too many snags, or issues that could potentially make things harder than they need to be.

    Date Published: 31st May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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