Personal Injury Claims Blog

 

Reported injuries to employees by kind of accident [Infographic]

December 2nd, 2011

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What to do if you have a car accident?

October 28th, 2011

Accidents happen, and whether your fault or not, it is good to know exactly what to do if you find yourself in that unpleasant situation.

It happened to me when I was in my late teens, and if the other party’s dad was not there, neither me nor him would have known what to do.

I wanted to write this post to share my own personal experience, and help others who may find themselves in the same unfortunate situation. Knowing what to do in the event of a car crash could also help to ensure you don’t miss out on any deserved car accident compensation.
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Which Football Horror Injuries do you Remember?

October 18th, 2011

The beautiful game can often turn ugly. Whether it’s poor play, aggression spilling over, or in the case of this post, the odd horrific injury, it is often not as beautiful as we like! As living proof of ‘the ugly game’ we have compiled a list of seven of the worst footballing injuries from the past 30 years, but which accident claims top spot in your view?
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Medical Negligence: An Overview

September 20th, 2011

It is a sad but unfortunately unavoidable fact of life that every day in the UK people can suffer or even die as a result of medical negligence, or when medical treatment falls short of the ideal.

Obviously the vast majority of medical professionals expect themselves to always do the best they can for their patients, and we learn to expect nothing less from them. In many cases issues don’t even qualify as medical negligence; they are so minor that no harm might have come from the mistake.
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A Definition and Short History of No Win No Fee Claims

September 12th, 2011

The type of arrangement between clients and solicitors now known as no win no fee was originally defined in the UK as a conditional fee. Also known as a contingent fee in the US, the principle is simple; a conditional fee is any fee payable for services where the fee is payable only if the client receives a favourable result.
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