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Wearing ‘first aid’ logo t-shirts

This interesting question comes from a first-aid (but I won’t identify the RTO and I will also try to avoid identifying the state or territory where they are located).  632 more words


April 7, 2017

The Search For a Lawyer Who Wants This

This was a post I originally posted on Facebook in my Notes. Repost.

April 7, 2017

After the lawyer rejected my proposal for the lawsuit I felt rejected. 1,578 more words


Vicarious liability for employed first aider

Today’s concerns come from an employed first aider who tells me that:

The company I’m employed by contracts to a site where I am sent daily to provide a first aid service.

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Fukushima trial should clarify why TEPCO execs didn’t act

An artist’s concept of seawalls to protect the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant from tsunami

The first criminal trial over the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster is now under way, drawing fresh attention to key questions concerning the devastating accident and its lasting reverberations. 690 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

After the Fire

A fortnight after the Grenfell inferno it is still beyond us to know with any degree of precision just how many people were burned alive, suffocated to death or killed as a result of blunt force trauma in the early hours of June 14. 729 more words

A Personal History of Negligence – Is It Relevant?

We all know individuals who are chronically clumsy or careless. These generally are not bad people; rather, they simply seem to routinely forget to take the precautions and protections necessary to… 463 more words

Personal Injury

Falling Tears


Clearly no ill will

just a careless slight of hand

catching falling tears

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