201710.06
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Personal Injury Market to Grow

Amid controversial reforms to current Ministry of Justice rules over compensation claims and whiplash cases, there are reports that the personal injury market is ready to increase by a modest 1.6% between now and the next 4 years. The report is based on work conducted by a Coventry based market research consultancy firm IRN Research….

201709.12
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Uninsured Drivers – What do I do if I’m in an Accident?

Driving on a road you never really know what to expect; being involved in a road traffic accident is bad enough. But having a road traffic accident that is not your fault with an uninsured driver is your worst nightmare. What should you do? In any normal accident, it’s required that you exchange insurance details….

201707.26
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How to Make a Successful Work Injury Claim

Personal injury  compensation is available to people who have suffered an injury through no fault of their own. If you have suffered a personal injury that  was not  your fault, you could be entitled to compensation. Contact a personal injury solicitor to receive professional legal advice and guidance. After a successful claim you may receive…

201704.19
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NHS Prepares to Ban Personal Injury Firms from Hospitals

The Law Gazette in England report that the Department of Health will consult on changes to the NHS Standard Contract. It includes a ban on personal injury firms advertising in hospitals. For example, in a local hospital like Preston Accident and Emergency it’s not too difficult to find claims management companies advertising legal services. These…

201703.31
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Schools Pay Out for Personal Injury

According to the TES website in 2015 Local Authorities paid millions of pounds in compensation to teachers in schools. They suffered serious injury, or discrimination in the workplace.  These figures show little evidence of reducing. The NASUWT teaching union said that more than a 150 personal injury claims referred to its solicitors during 2015. It’s not…

201702.08
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Economists Say Personal Injury Reforms Risk 35,000 jobs

Accordingly to economists 80 per cent of people directly employed in the personal injury business face losing their jobs if Ministry of Justice reforms become law. The number of people directly employed in the personal injury market includes lawyers, claims management companies, insurers and medical reporting agencies. The consultation period for the proposed justice reforms…

201702.06
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Could a Robot Claim for Compensation?

A robot claiming for compensation. Who would have thought? Yet despite it sounding implausible, MEPs are calling for the implementation of a set of legal rules on how humans can interact with artificial intelligence. We are now entering a new stage in the industrialisation of human culture, especially in Advanced countries. If you have seen…

201702.02
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Maria Miller Hostility to Transgender Report Came from Women

When the Women and Equalities Committee published a report calling for a radical change in attitudes to transgender people, it didn’t receive expected attacks by Homophobes and extreme right-wing elements but ‘women’ it claims. Gender discrimination is still an issue in the UK. Former Culture secretary Maria Miller has said she was very surprise by hostility from…