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  1. Claiming compensation for injuries caused by farming machinery – by Martin White of WBW Solicitors

    With the wide range of machinery used on farms, many with sharp blades, revolving rollers or chopping devices it is no wonder that 11% of work related injuries in the agricultural industry were machine related, according to the latest Health & Safety Executive figures. Martin White, Partner in the PI and Clinical Negligence Department in…

  2. Cyclist RTA
    Claiming compensation for cycling injuries – by Martin White of WBW Solicitors

    Cyclists are among the most vulnerable of road users. Indeed, of those killed or seriously injured in accidents on Devon and Cornwall’s roads in 2017, 10 per cent of them were cyclists. Accidents do happen of course, but if you have been injured in a cycling accident in the last three years and someone else…

  3. Claiming compensation for farming injuries caused by heavy objects and equipment

    Agricultural injuries were one of the biggest cause of work-related fatalities in the South West last year – accounting for nearly one-fifth of all farm worker deaths in Britain according to the Health & Safety Executive’s annual fatal injury statistics. Given the vast array of heavy and powerful tools and machines farm workers need to…

  4. Motorcycle Accidents Shouldn’t Cost You

    Motorcyclists account for around 19% of road user deaths, but only make up 1% of total road traffic. These figures may not seem to make sense at first but when reading reports such as a recently released one from Think! it is clear to see the dangers that can be faced by people on their…