Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury

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    The Injury Prevention Day falls on the 3rd Wednesday of August each year and is designed to alert people to potential hazards and how to prevent them. Each year the Association for Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) focuses on promoting safety through campaigns by helping educate others about how to avoid injury. This year, APIL is […]

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  • British law does not require cycle helmets to be worn on the roads. Currently, wearing a helmet is deemed to be a personal choice rather than compulsory by legislation. It is generally viewed that cyclists are one of the most at-risk commuters on the road. Injuries resulting from cycling accidents range from minor knocks to […]

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  • Why do accidents need to be reported?To make accidents less common in the workplace it is important to know exactly how they occur. Through this reporting, it can be identified whether the risks which arise in the work place need to be investigated. Once investigated, the HSE can advise the employers on how to avoid […]

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