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£3.7m compo

A scaffolder who suffered a severe brain injury after falling 12 m from a scaffold platform has won £3.7 million in compensation. Wayne Moore, 38, from Norfolk, will never be able to work again after the fall, the High Court in London heard on Friday. SGB Holland BV, which supplied the scaffolding, agreed to pay the £3.7 million. Mr Moore was working at the Corus Steel Plant in Ijmuiden, Holland, in 2000 when he fell because a hand rail on the scaffolding platform had come ...

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