Thanks to help from his trade union’s personal injury lawyers, one badly injured road worker has recently prevailed on his work accident claim.
The Health and Safety Executive has been working overtime this week as news emerges concerning a number of workers suffering injury at work recently.
While it seems they have nothing in common, both a whiplash claim and a claim for asthma both made big news this week.
After a worker at a West Midlands-based bacon curing firm lost three of his fingers in a personal injury at work, the Health and Safety Executive has prosecuted the company for not taking steps to prevent the worker’s injury.
The sixteen year old employee of a West Midlands-based food production firm suffered a serious personal injury at work to his hand, leading to substantial fine for the company, it was recently reported.
Personal injury claims experts recently reported that the Government’s Health and Safety Executive has taken one West Midlands-based metal polishing firm to court after learning that two workers sustained serious personal harm in not one but two separate instances of personal injury at work.
A 19-year-old teenager is considering making a claim for personal injury compensation after he suffered a personal injury at work in the summer of 2010.
Personal injuries at work cost Irish employers €22.5 million in 2011, according to figures recently released by InjuriesBoard.ie.
Karl Tonks, the president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, has promised to step up the fight for compensation for victims of accidents and industrial disease.
Serious injuries were sustained by one Cornwall native working as a shipyard apprentice when he fell from scaffolding at a Falmouth dry dock, it was recently reported.
Personal injury solicitors in the North East could soon find themselves representing an increasing number of families of mesothelioma cases.
A fatal personal injury at work may soon lead to the family of the slain man to seek personal injury compensation from his former employers, according to legal experts familiar with the incident.