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Raising Awareness during Road Safety Week

November 21, 2017

Each year, Road Safety Week takes place in late November. Running from the 20th to the 26th of November in 2017, the road safety initiative is meant to shed light on the growing problems faced by road users, not only drivers but pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists as well. Brake, the UK’s leading charitable organisation focused […]

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Driven to Distraction: Making a Foreign Car Accident Injury Claim

February 15, 2017

New contribution regarding foreign car accident injury claims –  Many of us love to take our cars with us on trips abroad, or hire one at our destination. But how many of us even know the rules of the foreign roads we’re driving on? Or how to make a car accident injury claim in the […]

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Personal injury law firm management techniques that improve client intake.

February 12, 2017

Contribution regarding personal injury law firm management techniques:- The number of PI law firms in the United States is increasing at a remarkable rate. Every day a new firm is opened by some veteran PI lawyer or an ex-employ of previous firms.  This saturation, particularly in PI is making things more challenging for firms. The […]

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3 Quick Tips for Claiming for Personal Injury in the UK

February 9, 2017

Here are 3 quick tips for claiming for personal injury in the UK (applies to Scotland, where personal injury law is known under the term ‘delict’, England & Wales and Northern Ireland. For fast legal advice contact us today here:- 1. Make extremely close attention to time limits. There are different time limits that apply […]

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5 Ways to Minimise Your Chances of Asbestos Exposure

January 6, 2017

 Think your workplace is safe from asbestos and you’re not at risk? You may have to think again. By Carl Waring September 1st was National Asbestos Awareness Day in the UK — an event designed to highlight the ongoing risks to workers from this incredibly hazardous material and what workplaces can do to minimise the […]

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Jones Whyte Law – Firm Feature – Dental Negligence & PI Lawyers in Glasgow, Scotland

January 6, 2017

The following is a featured post on the Glasgow-based law firm of Jones Whyte Law, including introductory notes regarding dental negligence claims in Scotland. Led by Glasgow-based PI solicitor and partner Greg Whyte and partner Ross Jones, Jones Whyte Law provides people in Glasgow and across Scotland with expert personal injury legal services. While the […]

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Accident at Work Claim – A Workers Compensation Claim Guide

October 31, 2016

Contribution from a legal writer based on personal injury claims law & practice in Australia and generally. Compensation for injuries resulting from an accident at work claim are not processed like standard personal injury claims unless an employer or their insurance company acts in bad faith. Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that can establish negligence […]

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Cycle Accidents – Safety When Cycling

September 14, 2016

Cycling has become more popular over the years. The profile of cycling has been raised in recent years in the UK by events such as the Tour De France & The London Olympics. More people are choosing cycling as their preferred method of transport or as a hobby. However recent research by the Royal Society for the […]

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Proportionality and Recovering Legal Costs – Does Size Matter?

September 8, 2016

Prior to 1st April 2013 it was assumed that any costs which were reasonable in amount and reasonably incurred were recoverable from a successful party’s opponent. Even if the costs were considered to be disproportionate in amount they were still recoverable providing that they were reasonable in amount, reasonably incurred and had been necessarily incurred. […]

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Top 10 Crazy Personal Injury Cases

July 27, 2016

People do crazy things for money. It seems like nowadays everyone wants to sue or make outrageous allegations. From television judges to dramatic courtroom coverage, it has practically turned into a circus out there. Some people feel like they have a legitimate reason to sue after a personal injury, while others are just trying their […]

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