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Accident Photos

Accident Photos: A Quick Guide

If you have an accident in public, we know that taking photos of what caused you to have your accident may be the last thing on your mind. However, they are important in your potential claim. Accidents in public places are one of the most common types of enquiry we receive here at The Compensation […]

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Bad Weather Accidents

Bad Weather and Road Traffic Accidents

Now we are in Autumn in the UK, and heading towards Winter, there is no doubt that the weather will continue to deteriorate. We have already seen rain and flood warnings throughout the country in the past week, and this is likely to get worse before it gets better. Bad weather on the roads may […]

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COVID-19 at work

COVID-19 at work, the new rules, and you

With new government advice surrounding getting more people back into work coming into place at the beginning of August, the risk of accidents at work will become more important to us all. Coupled with the fact that workplaces will need to add more health and safety measures to ensure we are all kept safe from […]

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Work stress claims are on the rise in the UK

Work Stress Claims: The Five Types

A work stress claim is increasingly common in law, particularly as UK employers and tribunal results compel us to prioritise mental well-being. What the government says about a work stress claim The numbers bear out that the amount of people suffering from stress at work is rising. In an annual report on Work-related stress, anxiety […]

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Common workplace hazards can put you at risk, and take you away from the job.

Four Common Workplace Hazards To Be Aware Of

With common workplace hazards, it’s important to know that warehouse and industrial work environments are as relevant now as ever. This reality comes as a result of the steady growth in the transport & logistics sector employment since statistics were first tracked by the UK Government in 1997. Working from home? In other types of […]

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Ventilator

UK Government indemnifies personal injury for ventilator manufacturers

In the difficult days of the current Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for more ventilators rises at a rapid rate. A recent article from the Financial Times discusses the implications and process (PAID LINK) of acquiring these machines. Additionally, it addresses how the Government will protect and support manufacturing ventilators. Personal Injury for Ventilator Manufacturers Estimates […]

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Building Site Accident

PPE and your employer’s duty of care

Regardless of where you work, your employer has a legal duty of care to ensure that you are safe while carrying out your duties. As part of this, they are required to do everything reasonably possible to remove or minimise any dangers or risks you may face while working for them. In particularly high risk […]

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Wet Floor

What counts as a slip, trip or fall?

The most common type of accidents in the workplace continue to be slips, trips and falls. Although these terms sound very similar and may seem like they have been grouped together because of this, they are in fact quite different from each other and protecting you from injuries caused by slips, trips and falls is […]

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