Personal Injury

Top 8 recent personal injury news blog posts from around the world

February 19, 2022

There are many personal injury news blogs posted online, mostly about the same injury cases or self-promotional ones about how good a firm’s personal injury lawyers are. Here, on the other hand, are some of the more interesting top personal injury news blog posts from around the world recently:- Personal injury lawyer Jeremy Diamond found […]

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What is the deductible and how does it affect damage awards?

May 30, 2021

New accident claims article based on personal injury law in Canada. When a victim is injured in a car accident, they are entitled to damages for pain and suffering, otherwise known as general damages. General damages are intended to compensate victims for losses that are not pecuniary, such as income loss or medical treatment costs. […]

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People Are Being Misled on The Time Limits on Making a Claim for an Injury Compensation Claim

January 25, 2021

Based on personal injury law in Florida and generally in the US The field of compensation law encompasses a wide variety of types of personal injury cases. A compensation claim can be made when an individual suffers bodily, mentally, or dies because of someone else’s negligent conduct.  Personal injuries can take numerous forms and occur […]

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Waiving Away your Right to Sue: The Enforceability of Waivers

March 9, 2020

Bogoroch & Associates LLP strongly believes that victims of Personal Injury are entitled to access to justice. This new post is based on law in Ontario, Canada and generally. With warmer weather finally on the horizon, Ontarians are enthusiastically heading outdoors to enjoy recreational activities such as rock-climbing, treetop rope courses, and skydiving simulators. Many […]

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3 Quick Tips for Claiming for Personal Injury in the UK

February 1, 2015

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 here:- 1. Make extremely close attention to time limits. There are different time limits that apply to […]

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Owning a horse – three different types of compensation claim

January 15, 2014

I have had an accident whilst riding can I claim compensation? If you have experienced a horse riding accident, which was caused by someone else’s negligence, then you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. In order to establish a 3rd party’s negligence you must show that the 3rd party owed you a […]

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Horse Riding Accident Compensation Claims

January 13, 2014

Horse riding has become a growth area in the UK leisure sector over the last few years, with up to four million people annually enjoying the activity and around a million children regularly attending riding schools or stables. With those numbers participating in a hobby that involves extended close contact with a large, heavy, and […]

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The consequences of injuries sustained whilst working with dangerous chemicals

January 10, 2014

The medical consequences of being injured by a dangerous chemical can be extremely serious. The hazard a chemical presents depends on its properties; if it is flammable or corrosive, contact could be result in burns injuries, explosive chemicals could cause injury and damage over a considerable area, whilst poisonous or radio-active chemicals might cause local […]

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Premises Liability: Determining Who Assumes Risk

January 9, 2014

Premises liability cases often seem fairly clear-cut. If a landlord fails to fix a loose handrail in one of their homes and a tenant falls after leaning on the rail, the landlord assumes the risk because it was his or her responsibility to maintain the safety of the house. If a holiday shopper is injured […]

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Surrey firm heavily fined after worker’s legs broken in workplace accident

November 20, 2013

A Surrey-based building materials firm has been heavily fined after a worker broke both his legs in an accident at work. Mr Martyn Powell, 41, worked for Ceme UK Materials Ltd, a building materials firm, when he suffered the workplace accident on 27 June 2012. Mr Powell was engaged in cleaning the metal track used […]

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