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01 February 2009
It was an icy morning. The claimant was driving to work at the Council’s main depot. He turned off the main road down an access road into the works’ car park. The main road had been treated with salt and grit. The access road had not. His car lost control and he was injured.
The 13-year-old claimant was helping to put away the trampoline at the end of a class. She was on one side with her teacher. Her fellow pupils were closing the other side of the trampoline, which is held under very high tension through springs.
We acted for a Unite / Amicus member who was one of three divers injured while working for a Saudi Arabian oil company. The other two divers were represented by other solicitors. They suffered breathing problems and skin disease as a result of chemicals being tipped into the water close to them.