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A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A South African Shiraz
by: Levi Reiss





Perhaps you have noticed that we recently reviewed several quite good South African wines, both bargain and organic. Today's offering is an Ubuntu Shiraz. Ubuntu is a humanist ideology often found in South Africa, which expresses the idea that "a person is a person through people." Ubuntu is also a major version of the Linux operating system, a competitor to Windows. And now back to wine.

South Africa is the world's eighth largest wine producer and has been producing wine for hundreds of years. After World War I as a reaction to overproduction millions of vines were uprooted and replanted in alfalfa to feed the ostriches whose feathers were a hot fashion item in post-War Europe. When these feathers lost popularity the land went back to grapes. The Coop. Winegrowers Association whose initials are KWV was founded by the government in 1918. This group once controlled nearly all South African wine; it still handles about a quarter of the production. Shiraz is an up and coming red variety in South Afr powerful role to act as a deterrent for other businesses. If employers feel that they will have to pay for poor health and safety standards, then they are more likely to do the job properly in the first place.

Work accidents encompass a vast range of injury possibilities. If you work in construction, injuries could include machinery accidents, falling from height, or falling materials. Of if you work within an office you could trip over loose wires, or there's even the possibility of a carbon monoxide leak from an old boiler or appliance. In any environment if you have an accident that isn't your fault you should consider making a claim, to compensate for injury and lost earnings while off work.

Having suffered a workplace accident, the immediate consequences – quite apart from the physical pain – can be confusing and traumatic. An employer may try to sweep the accident under the carpet, or suggest that it was the fault of the employee. It is important that injured employees insist that a proper log is kept of any incident.

There is also a stigma perceived among many people that making a compensation claim is somehow wrong. This is simply untrue. It is unfair that a hard worker, who has given years of dedication in the best possible faith to the business, be pushed out the door after suffering an avoidable injury.

A compensation claim can help insure that fair and appropriate compensation is received. It is important that anyone making a claim feels comfortable with the process – they should make sure that they work with a solicitor that understands what they are doing and can help to keep the process stress free. Someone who has suffered an injury has enough on their plate!

Money will not fix everything, or put a stop to the pain, but it can be a useful and important tool to give an accident victim control back over their life.


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Jessica A Parker writes on behalf of the National Accident Helpline (http://www.national-accident-helpline.co.uk), which has specialist independent solicitors and will make sure that accident victims receive the compensation that they are entitled to.




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Many personal injury accident claims are made during stressful and often painful periods of a person’s life. For this reason, the claims management companies that facilitate access to justice for people who have been injured through no fault of their own have a duty to make the process as stress-free as possible.

The claimant must know that they can trust the people that they are dealing with – they should not feel harassed, bullied or unsure of what is happening. They should feel that they are in control, and under professional care fr


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