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#1 2017-11-17 11:24:24
John C.

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Hi I had a similar sort of incident at my work place and I spoke to this guy called James. He works for AMG legal he's a claims consultant there he took on my claim and I got ?4,000 for my personal injury. I suggest you get in contact with him on his work line 07925187444.

#2 2017-02-08 08:32:23
Carly

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Do you have more great arlteics like this one?

#3 2017-02-08 05:48:12
Chynna

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yah. it was like 8 hours on the way, cause we got lost in the mountains on the dirt roads. it was about 5 hours on the way ba2k0#8c3&;? i think. i don’t know, i don’t have a watch or anything like that.

#4 2017-02-08 05:40:29
Zavrina

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Wow! I came here expecting a new mailbox. Instead I get links to a plethora of great looking articles! I’m not a woman but I am sure it does not mean I ca7&8#21n;t enjoy any of them. I will be back to this post to read a few of these links.

#5 2016-12-30 08:47:21
Aaron Smith

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What stance does your employer assume on such toxic substance? Aren't they prepared to provide for your treatment?

#6 2016-11-23 15:22:53
zane

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aaron !! is there a way i can contact you mate ?

#7 2016-10-31 19:06:03
Aaron Smith

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Yes, we're often exposed to toxic chemicals at work. Our colleague is suffering mostly as the skin of his left arm came in contact with some corrosive substance. The other day, another colleague had suffered when some thinning agent had passed on to his eyes.

#8 2016-10-17 01:56:00
Bubbie

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Yo, that's what's up trytufullh.

#9 2016-10-03 10:35:16
shireslaw

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Burns caused by fires and hot equipment are a common thing in some factories and mills. But did you say chemical burns? It's very difficult to ascertain damages inflicted by such mishaps till the time you obtain a detailed report of your medical examination. If it wasn't your fault and the mishap occurred due to lack of maintenance of production equipment or out of their negligence, then you're bound to receive compensation from your employer.

#10 2016-10-03 09:02:46
Aaron Smith

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Most members of our production unit have been exposed to the risk of burn injuries for quite some time. In spite of our repeated requests, the management didn't pay any heed to this problem. One of our colleagues is now suffering from chemical burns. Are we entitled to receive any burn injury compensation in the absence of corrective measures?