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01 August 2007
Hours spent in a cramped train cab sitting awkwardly on an uncomfortable seat has taken its toll on many train drivers’ backs.
A train failed due to defective overhead wires. The claimant train driver then had to walk groups of passengers on several trips over ballast to and from the nearest station, resulting in a back and shoulder strain.
The claimant was asked to move a 22kg picture. He also had to move a 34kg portrait out of the way.
The claimant said he fell down stairs at London Underground due to his safety work boots suddenly tearing at the heel.
The claimant was walking his dogs across a field when he was charged by a number of cows.
Where we are instructed by claimants who are still alive but suffering from the fatal condition of mesothelioma, then we have to act very quickly indeed.