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Working at height news stories - 2010

Clear Answers has successfully represented many clients who have suffered injury as a result of an accident involving working at height. Below is just a small sample. Please click on the link below each item to view more details., or visit our personal injury news section for news on all types of personal injury compensation claims.

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Work accident compensation for head injury victim

A team leader in a manufacturing environment, our client in this work accident compensation claim, had been hit on the head by a large metal object. Our client was standing at the edge of the factory floor, when the metal object fell several feet, knocking him out.

His injuries caused significant long-term problems for his employment and well-being and our specialist work accident lawyers were able to secure substantial compensation for the effects of this injury.
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Work accident compensation claim for stock handler

Our client in this work accident compensation claim had suffered an injury when she slipped and fell during the course of her work. At the time of the work accident, she had been moving stock on a carousel, which required her to stand on a platform. The edge of the platform was chipped and broken and as she moved the stock around, she slipped on the edge of the platform and fell several feet to the floor below.
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Fatal work accident compensation for tanker driver

In 2007, Mr Bell, our client’s husband, was injured at work when he fell from the top of a tanker. He was required to clean the tanker but had to do so without the benefit of a gantry. The provision of a gantry is normal practice throughout the haulage industry, and would have provided Mr Bell with a solid and safe raised platform on which to stand whilst cleaning the tanker. Such a gantry was provided by the defendant following Mr Bell’s fatal accident.
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Health & Safety Executive - Myth about throwing sweets at pantos

The HSE issued a seasonal “Myth of the Month” to wave goodbye to 2009. Some pantomimes that took place during the Christmas period chose not to follow the long-held panto tradition of throwing out sweets to the audience.

The truth behind this particular misconception of health and safety regulations is that the risk of serious injury by being hit by a flying object such as a sweet is incredibly low.
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