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This compares with 194 accidental house fires over the same period two years earlier when 47 were electrical-related - 24%.
The policy covered releases from heating systems from a "sudden and accidental tearing apart.
In addition, compared with married adults, single people are twice as likely to die from the most preventable causes of accidental death and equally likely to die from the least preventable causes of accidental death.
The holder of SNIC will automatically be registered for the accidental death insurance of Rupees One Hundred Thousand (100,000) for the period of first two years.
But now it seems that many accidental landlords are remaining in the industry for a prolonged period of time, certainly longer than originally envisaged.
Earlier this year, Landlord Assist expressed concerns that an exodus of accidental landlords may hit the supply of quality rented accommodation in the rental market, especially when the sector is experiencing overwhelming demand.
In Merseyside there were 100 accidental fires in the home from January 2011 to February 2012.
So how is your NICU doing with accidental extubations?
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly one in every three Americans believes nothing can be done to prevent accidental injuries, posing a major obstacle to national efforts to reverse escalating injury trends in the United States, according to a national survey of American attitudes on safety issues released today by the National Safety Council at its annual safety and health meeting here.
The recently published book deals with problems of structural design for accidental actions.
The accidental death rate has risen more than 20 percent over a 10-year period, reaching 113,000 deaths in 2005.
It urged parents to check their insurance policy covered accidental damage, as claims could run into hundreds of pounds.