Personal Injury Claims Blog

 

Fatal Injuries At Work – Are You At Risk?

May 14th, 2013

Most of us can expect to sustain an injury at work at some point during our lives. Depending on the industry in which a person is employed, injuries can be as insignificant as a paper cut or twisted ankle, to one more severe such as spinal damage, or the loss of a limb.
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Smile, or You’re Fired! A Curious Case of Unfair Dismissal

May 7th, 2013

If you ever thought that the only requirement to do any particular job was to know how to complete tasks in as efficient a manner as possible, it’s perhaps time to think again. In some instances – perhaps a lot more than you might have thought – the manner in which you go about your daily business can make the difference between keeping a job and losing it.
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Famous Fists: The 10 Most Famous Celebrity Assaults

April 30th, 2013

In any walk of life, an assault is a serious matter which should be dealt with by the appropriate authorities. We regularly read stories in the media in which people have let their tempers get the better of them, and as a result have hit out at another individual. In many cases, the injuries that are sustained are relatively minor, although of course there are plenty of occasions in which the repercussions have been more serious.
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1.4% of UK Workforce Suffer Violence at Work: Infographic

April 24th, 2013

Most employees in the UK would likely admit to feeling angry in the workplace every now and again. Causes could be anything from the pressure of imminent deadlines, to losing an important file, to that irritatingly loud colleague who really isn’t as funny as they’d like to think. It’s rare though, that irked employees will resort to violent outbursts, as figures from the latest British Crime Survey (conducted by the Health and Safety Executive and Office for National Statistics) apparently confirm.
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All About Pavement Fall Compensation

March 26th, 2013

Getting injured is never a pleasant experience, particularly if the injury that came about was in no way your fault. Having to devote time to resting and recuperating can be incredibly inconvenient and even expensive: you may end up losing earnings and even if your job if your injury leaves you unable to perform your role for a longer period of time (or even permanently).
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