Whiplash is an increasingly common injury that can cause the sufferer high levels of discomfort for weeks, or sometimes months after the initial injury may have occurred.

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The majority of people in the UK spend a third of their days at work. However back injuries are a major concern for both employers and employees alike, and are cited as the most common reason for absenteeism among the UK workforce, with one in five of those who suffer work-related ill health citing back pain.

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No Win No Fee has become synonymous with personal injury and accident claim organisations over the past few years. But what does the terms actually mean, and how does it work?

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The most common reasons for making a claim for compensation are road traffic accidents, back strains (back injuries from lifting) or slips trips and falls. As the economic downturn has deepened the number of accident claims has risen dramatically. Experts have suggested that this trend has necessitated councils and companies to reduce their expenditure forcing them to neglect important health and safety issues.

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A courier company in the South of England has been fined after an employee broke a leg at its distribution centre. The company was fined a total of £35,000, after the worker suffered the injury as he neared the end of his shift in early 2008.

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