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Accident at Work - Mr G was walking up a staircase and fell 5m through it landing on his heal. This resulted in a complex 4 part fracture to his ankle and a wedge compression fracture to his lower back and concussion.
Road traffic accident - Mrs S was involved in a road traffic accident where she sustained permanent injury to her neck and back, together with a psychological reaction - including an adjustment disorder and anxiety.
Accident at Work - Mr B suffered a severe shoulder injury caused by repetitive lifting of bottles at work. This required surgery to both shoulders.
Motoring Accident - Miss K was involved in a motoring accident which resulted in permanent scarring to her arm.
Cycling Injury - Mrs H was knocked off her bike by another vehicle. She sustained a disfiguring injury.
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