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01 March 2008
We have won a claim in the Court of Appeal that could prove a template to argue difficult claims for all those injured at work.
A bus driver let some passengers on when traffic was stationary. He then closed the doors on one passenger . He alleged the passenger was trying to keep the doors open for friends. The bus continued and the passenger was thrown out and sustained serious injury.
The claimant slipped on snow or ice between her car and the car parked next to it in a school car park. Her employer had salted the car park but not put salt between the cars.
The claimant was mowing a grass verge with a colleague when a small piece of wheel trim caught in a mower’s blades and flew out and scarred his skin.