The Health and Safety Executive might have said that the number of fatal instances of personal injury at work may be on the decline, but injuries still happen.
No one ever said that it would be busy earning a living with your hands, but it’s downright dangerous to your health as well!
Everyone’s had days where they would rather stay in bed instead of going to work, as these two blokes that got injured on the job recently can attest to.
Some days it just doesn’t pay to get out of bed: not one but two manufacturers are likely facing costly injury claims after serious work injuries.
Public transport can be a pain, but it can be positively dangerous to your health as well; nowhere is it more dangerous than in London!
Never mind that some poor bloke was nearly crushed to death and only ended up with £70,000 – one worker wants £150,000 because he can’t send texts anymore.
Everyone knows that personal injury at work can lead to serious repercussions, and not just Health and Safety fines – work accident claims can be killer!
You may think your job is dangerous, but imagine for a minute suffering a personal injury at work whilst working for your local police.
It’s tough to deal with a personal injury at work, and the stories in the news this past week are a perfect indication of just how difficult it can be.
It was revealed this week that a serious personal injury at work involving a piece of machinery that was poorly guarded has resulted in fines for one employer.
While bacon is one of those wonderful foods that nearly everyone enjoys eating, it was revealed this week that one man has reason to dislike the foodstuff.
Whether you’re a patient or an employee, hospitals seem to be one of the least safe places to be in the country according to this week’s latest news stories.
This week, a rather gruesome injury made the news when a man from Essex suffered quite bad burns whilst on the job at a Chelmsford engineering plant.
This week, two personal injury compensation awards were made for a total of more than £75,000 due to a personal injury at work and a medical negligence claim.
It’s been another bad week for both manufacturing workers and their employers, as two instances of personal injury at work bring massive fines and legal fees to bear on two different companies.
It seems like it’s been a bad week for firms, with all too many businesses being dragged before the magistrate to settle matters with the Health and Safety Executive after employees suffering personal injury at work.
It seems like it just doesn’t pay to be a copper today, considering how if you’re not causing road traffic accidents, you’re ending up costing your local authority thousands in personal injury compensation awards for work accident claims.
Being a law enforcement official can be a dangerous job sometimes: injured police officers from Lancashire have claimed thousands in damages after making work accident claims.
The employee of a Birmingham-based metal recycling company suffered a broken arm in personal injury at work when the appendage was caught in a conveyor belt, leading to the Health and Safety Executive to fine his employers.
One Derbyshire manufacturing worker recently suffered serious injuries to his arms and hands after he trapped both arms in a piece of machinery, accident claim specialists have recently said.