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…

201707.03
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Radio and the Rule of Law

Radio did and still does more for spreading ideas of freedom, the rule of law and democracy than the World Wide Web. When people think about how they access the internet they imagine a world of freedom and education. This is true, but radio has had a much bigger impact especially during the 20th century….

201706.21
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The UK’s Most Dangerous Roads

From a survey of British motorists, 40% said that ‘motorways and duel carriageways’ were the most dangerous roads in Britain. However, subjective personal experience and anecdotal evidence cannot alone determine policy. Rather, in fact, according to official figures every road in the most dangerous top 10 list is a single carriage ‘A Road’. This data…

201706.16
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UK Accident at Work Law and Regulations

Accident at work law and regulations in the UK Following road traffic accidents, accidents at work are the biggest cause of injury. If you are injured at work as the result of an accident that was not your fault then you may be entitled to claim compensation for personal injury, loss of earnings and any…

201705.10
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Road Traffic Accident Free Legal Representation?

Have you had a road traffic accident in the last three years? If it wasn’t your fault and you suffered a personal injury, you may be able to claim compensation under a No Win No Fee agreement. The above applies to motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and includes Motorbike riders and passengers. We can’t offer you free…

201705.09
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How to Write an Accident Report at Work?

If you are an employer, self-employed or responsible for work premises, you are obliged under RIDDOR to report work-related accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences. What is RIDDOR? This applies to the reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013. The regulation was updated in 2013 following the previous 2005 ruling. Unlike some areas of…