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A North Sea diver is claiming substantial damages from Stena Offshore after he was allegedly injured while working on repairs to Chevron's Ninian Central Platform.Philip Zammitt, 35, alleges in a writ issued in the High Court just before Christmas that he developed post traumatic stress disorder and phobic anxiety following the incident in 1992 and is no longer fit to dive.He said he intended to work until he was 50 and is claiming loss of earnings as a diver, plus compensation for ...

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