201302.15
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Making a Claim for a Pavement Slip or Fall

Slip or Fall on pavements make for some of the most common types of injury claim. But who is responsible if you have a trip or slip on a pavement? And what should you do if you experience one yourself? Read on to find out. Take Photos Even if you are not immediately concerned about…

201302.10
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Liability for Slipping Over in Supermarkets

Because of their very nature, supermarkets are places where people slip over a lot.  More often than not, someone will be walking through the aisles, happily looking at the shelves and deciding what to buy and then WHAM! – They slip on a spilt liquid or a fallen product. These types of falls invariably result…

201302.01
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Impending Changes to Compensation Claims

In July 2012, the UK’s most senior judges passed down a ruling through the Court of Appeal which decreed that people who successfully pursue damages through civil action will receive 10 per cent more in compensation. This change comes into effect on April 1st 2013. After this date, victims of car crashes and accidents in…

201301.25
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PTSD and Road Accidents in the UK

As a personal injury claim solicitors with years of experience, we know that not all injuries are just physical. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a serious psychological condition with physical symptoms that can be caused by any distressing event. Gulf War Syndrome is a form of PTSD. We meet all kinds of folks in…

201301.20
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Does the UK Need More 20mph Speed Limit Zones?

We’re personal injury lawyers with years of experience across the spectrum of accident compensation. Something we like to keep tabs on is the flow of popular opinion on subjects relating to our fields of expertise, like speed limits. Speeding is a key cause of road accidents in the UK, but what can be done? Some…

201301.16
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4×4 Drivers Need to Take More Care Says Road Safety Charity

UK road safety charity, Brake, fights to highlight the ever present dangers on UK roads for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and horseback riders. According to Brake, 4x4s present a significant danger on Britain’s roads. A pedestrian struck by a 4×4 is twice as likely to be killed than if hit by a smaller, more traditional car…

201212.02
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Clampdown on bogus whiplash claims

Over the last few years we’ve seen a huge rise in the number of claims being made for whiplash, and the government is concerned that a lot of these so-called “claims” might not be rooted in the truth. Fraudulent claims are on the rise and that’s meant insurance premiums are higher to accommodate them, so…

201211.25
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Back Injury Affects Most Of The Population

Back injuries are one of the most common afflictions to effect workers in the UK. As most industries require physical exertion to some extent, the risks to backs across the country is high. Workers could attempt to lift goods too heavy for them, or they may slip and fall and hurt their back upon impacting…