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Home > Personal Injury > Accidents at Work > Injuries at Work > Injury at work news stories > 2007

Injury at work news stories - 2007

Clear Answers injury at work solicitors deal with a large number of accident cases each year. Details of some of these personal injury compensation claims can be found in our News Section which is updated regularly.

Below are a selection of injury at work compensation claims that we have fought, as well as related news stories. To view the full story click on the links beneath the description. Alternatively you can visit our Personal Injury News Section to view these stories and other successful personal injury compensation claims that Clear Answers solicitors have been involved in.

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Compensation for MOD worker injured at work because of poor maintenance

When our client injured his knee trying to close a heavy metal door, he asked our personal injury lawyers, who specialise in injuries at work, to represent him in his claim for accident at work compensation.
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Successful case brought for breach of PUWER regulations when a train driver was injured at work by flying glass particles

The cabin of a train is sealed whilst moving, so when our client was injured by an object (later found to be glass particles) flying into his eye, he assumed it had come through the air conditioning system. The Judge ruled a breach of PUWER 1998 (Regulations 5 and 12) had taken place.
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Accident at Work Compensation awarded after failure of PPE boots caused injury to LU railway worker

When our client was issued with safety work boots, which he was required to wear as PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) whilst he was working on the railway lines, he naturally assumed that if they were safe to wear as PPE, they were safe to wear throughout his working day. As his employer was London Underground, this naturally involved an element of walking up and down stairs at various times and locations. On one occasion, he fell down the stairs, causing him injury. On inspection, his boots had torn at the heel, causing the accident at work and his injury.
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Rolls Royce engineer receives compensation after accepted working practices contravene written instructions and risk assessments

Normally the presence of training, risk assessments and written instructions would indicate a company that tries to minimise the risk of accidents at work, provide a safe working environment for its staff, and takes its liabilities for their safety very seriously. However, when accepted working practices are very different to any written instructions, then the safety of employees is at risk once more.
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Compensation for driver with thumb crushed by train door

A train driver had his right thumb crushed as he tried to close a train door. He had twice tried to close it with his left hand but it bounced back. He then tried to close it with both hands as his right hand had more strength. In doing so his right thumb was crushed as it overhung the side of the door on the doorframe.
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Work Equipment Compensation Victory

The claimant was employed by the council as a driver. The claimant was required to collect elderly and disabled clients and then transport them to a day care centre. The claimant's accident occurred whilst she was at the house of a disabled client that required the use of a wheelchair.
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Manual Handling Accident

The client was a supervisor working on a railway line and was involved in an accident at work. Throughout the course of his shift the client was required to lift a set of two cylinders and a trolley by hand from track level to the platform. When doing this the client strained his back as the equipment that he was lifting weighed approximately 150 kilograms.
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Making a compensation claim for injuries at work

Have you or a member of your family suffered a personal injury at work through no fault of your own. If so contact Clear Answers accident at work solicitors on 0800 783 9019 and speak to one of our advisors or alternatively fill out an online compensation claim form. One of our representatives will contact you as soon as possible to discuss whether you have a valid personal injury compensation claim.

Clear Answers' solicitors will be happy to provide you with expert legal advice, and our specialist personal injury lawyers will talk you through the claims process in plain English. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your claim.

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