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    Fatal Injuries At Work – Are You At Risk?

    Most of us can expect to sustain an injury at work at some point during our lives. Depending on the industry in which a person is employed, injuries can be as insignificant as a paper cut or twisted ankle, to one more severe such as spinal damage, or the loss of a...

    Smile, or You’re Fired! A Curious Case of Unfair Dismissal

    If you ever thought that the only requirement to do any particular job was to know how to complete tasks in as efficient a manner as possible, it’s perhaps time to think again. In some instances – perhaps a lot more than you might have thought – the manner in which...

    Famous Fists: The 10 Most Famous Celebrity Assaults

    In any walk of life, an assault is a serious matter which should be dealt with by the appropriate authorities. We regularly read stories in the media in which people have let their tempers get the better of them, and as a result have hit out at another individual. In...

    1.4% of UK Workforce Suffer Violence at Work: Infographic

    Most employees in the UK would likely admit to feeling angry in the workplace every now and again. Causes could be anything from the pressure of imminent deadlines, to losing an important file, to that irritatingly loud colleague who really isn’t as funny as they’d...

    All About Pavement Fall Compensation

    Getting injured is never a pleasant experience, particularly if the injury that came about was in no way your fault. Having to devote time to resting and recuperating can be incredibly inconvenient and even expensive: you may end up losing earnings and even if your...

    Bonfire Night and Firework Safety Survey The Results

    You may remember a few weeks back, we hosted a survey on this site posing questions related to Bonfire Night and, more specifically, firework safety. We wanted to learn just how educated our site visitors are when it comes to handling fireworks correctly, and whether...

    Allergy Compensation Claims: National Nut Day

    Today (22 October) is National Nut Day in the UK: an event to celebrate the nutritious, delicious and environmentally sustainable nature of all nuts. While eating nuts is enjoyed by many and can help skin glow and tresses shine, it is estimated 1 in 100...

    Compensation for British Army Hearing Loss: What you need to know

    The ability to clearly communicate with and respond to others is imperative for those considering a career in the British Army. This is why those found to be suffering from any of the following hearing disorders are not eligible to join: Existing ear drum...

    Compensation Claims Through History

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    What to do if you have a car accident

    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...

    Which Football Horror Injuries do you Remember

    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...

    Medical Negligence: An Overview

    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...

    A Definition and Short History of No Win No Fee Claims

    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...

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