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An Overview of Accidents in Food Manufacturing

Approximately 25% of all accidents that occur in the manufacturing sector are reported to occur in the food and drink industry. Nine out of every ten of these accidents occur in the manufacture of food, with the remainder arising in the drinks sector. Fortunately,...

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What is a Crush Injury and Can I Claim Compensation?

There are various types and degrees of crush injury, many of which occur in the workplace. Depending on the location of the injury, the impact on the life of the victim can be extremely serious, sometimes preventing them from taking part in many of their pre-accident...

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Common Accidents on a Building Site

There are hazards associated with many workplaces but a building site is one of the most likely to be the scene of an accident at work. There are many dangers on a construction site, especially a large one, and in this article we set out some of the most common...

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Can Your Career be Affected by a Personal Injury?

There are many types of accident, which can result in a wide variety of injuries. Some of these are relatively minor, resulting in little more than a degree of pain and suffering but having a limited impact on the victim’s enjoyment of life. Others, unfortunately, can...

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What You Should Know About Scaphoid Fractures

Scaphoid fractures are a frequent consequence of a trip, slip or a fall. As a result, personal injury claims for compensation arising from the fracture of the scaphoid bone are relatively commonplace. However, for reasons that we will describe here, these types of...

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Tips for Preventing RSI In the Workplace

Repetitive strain injury (RSI) used to be a little known industrial injury. Nowadays, however, it is much better known and many workers who have been involved in occupations that involve repetitive tasks have found themselves to be suffering from the condition. One of...

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