Each year, many people are injured in accidents on planes. Whether it’s from luggage moving and falling from overhead lockers, tripping hazards, hot drinks being spilt or bad turbulence, nobody wants to find themselves hurt whilst travelling on a plane.
During Child Safety Week, we’re looking at what we can all do to improve child road safety and prevent accidents from occurring.
A major cause of serious injuries in children is as a result of falling from a height and there are things we can all do to help prevent these accidents from occurring.
Take a look at our infographic about Child Safety Week 2017 and keeping our children safe!
Child Safety Week is taking place from 5th to 11th June 2017. The week aims to raise awareness of the dangers children face and also how accidents involving children can be prevented.
The Conservatives have stated in their 2017 election manifesto that they would look at a ban on cold-calls made by claims management companies, which can often lead to unscrupulous, fraudulent personal injury claims.
Undergoing life changing surgery can be a huge step and making sure everything is absolutely right is a must.
We’ve looked at some things that cyclists can do to improve their safety and make cycling in winter a less daunting prospect.
Back injuries and pain in your spine can be a real problem for many people in the UK. We’ve looked at some of the common causes of back injury and pain.
A recent Freedom of Information request by the Tax Payer’s Alliance has shown that councils across Greater Manchester have paid out over £12m in compensation over the last 2 years.