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APIL launch their Injury Awareness Week Campaign 2024

25 June 2024

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Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) have launched their Injury Awareness Week Campaign for 2024, which this year will focus on the impact of avoidable workplace injuries.  APIL are a not-for-profit organisation committed to injured people

APIL’s chief executive Mike Benner shares all about the ethos of the week, the anniversary of the Health and Safety at Work Act, and the important difference between accidents and injuries caused by negligence. https://www.apil.org.uk/blog

Over the course of the week, we’ll be sharing recent accidents at work case studies of our own, highlighting how we were able to help clients injured through accidents at work:

Case study 1Client suffers from lasting nerve damage

Case study 2Slip at work client receives £85,000 compensation for injuries

You can also read further examples of successful cases on our website:

Manufacturing works accident

Food trolley crushes finger

£15,000 for warehouse collision

Workplace trolley accident

Supermarket warehouse accident

Accident at work case involving a lorry driver

 

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