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Personal injury lawyers – how to find the best one for you, tips on instructing them to make your claim, types of compensation you can expect to receive and more. Advice from accident claims solicitors from Scotland (Glasgow, Edinburgh etc), England (London, Manchester, Birmingham etc), Wales (Cardiff), Republic of Ireland (Dublin, Limerick), Northern Ireland (Belfast) and beyond. You may want to consider some of the bigger personal injury law firms in the UK like Slater & Gordon http://www.slatergordon.co.uk/personal-injury/ , Irwin Mitchell http://www.irwinmitchell.com/personal/personal-injury-compensation or http://www.accident-claim-expert.co.uk and bear in mind the advice in the articles from our contributor accident claims solicitors below.

The Number of Claims Companies Reduces

December 5, 2013

As the majority of people operating within personal injury claims are aware, one of the biggest problems facing the industry right now is that of fraudulent claims and the unscrupulous companies who make them on behalf or both suspecting and unsuspecting clients. Of course, for every company and person who makes a fraudulent or enlarged […]

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Abuse in Public Services

November 25, 2013

Shocking news stories give the impression that abuse from public care workers is frighteningly commonplace. However, a report by the Winnipeg government says that the majority of abuse involving older adult victims comes from family members. Similarly, the United States based non-profit organization Do Something says that more than two thirds of child abuse occurs […]

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Derek Sheely: A Case of Brain Injury and Wrongful Death

October 2, 2013

Football-related brain injuries continue to be a subject of contention recently. A woman is suing the NCAA, Schutt Sports company, and two college football coaches for the wrongful death of her son, Derek Sheely, who died due to brain injuries sustained during Division III preseason practices in 2011. A fullback for Maryland’s Frostburg State University […]

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Incretin Mimetics MDL Established in California District Court

September 30, 2013

Byetta, Januvia, Janumet and Victoza are all diabetes treatments in a class of drugs known as incretin mimetics. Used to stabilize blood glucose levels in patients who suffer Type 2 diabetes, the medications have been linked to potentially life-threatening side effects including an increased risk of acute pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer. Since their launch on […]

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The Past, Present, and Future of Denied Claims

September 30, 2013

The dynamic among insurance companies, their employees, policyholders, doctors and lawyers rages and swirls together like a category five hurricane. At times it blows away our optimism, we despise the greed and insensitivity of insurance companies. This blog is to explore why this happens and what the future has in store after the Affordable Care […]

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Lawyers Working to Help PTSD Victims Heal

September 27, 2013

Anna Henningsgaard had an experience with PTSD but had a hard time accepting it: ”A few years ago, I was in a rather serious car accident, and I experienced symptoms like these medical journals described. I would often upset myself by dwelling on the accident. I displayed obsessive behavior in that I avoided left turns […]

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Falling Trees in Personal Injury: Frivolous or Fair?

September 26, 2013

In the United States there is an average of 31 deaths per year from falling trees. Many of these accidents occur during thunderstorms. But not all tree falling accidents result in death. Greg Abbott, the Texas Attorney General, had a tree falling accident that resulted in paralysis from the waist down in July 1984. He […]

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Scaffolding Accidents On The Job: Who Is At Fault?

September 23, 2013

Whenever there is a scaffolding collapse on a work site there can be serious injuries and issues. A worker can be seriously hurt from a fall or from equipment falling upon them. Scaffolding failure is a frightful thing on a job site and for the victim it can lead to a lengthy headache of missed […]

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The Injuries Sustained from Tattoos and How to Avoid Them

September 18, 2013

There are a variety of ways in which people can express their unique character, and getting a tattoo is a route that many individuals choose to accomplish this end. People opt for tattoos that are as simple as their child’s name to as complex as full body artwork. Unfortunately, tattoos also present an inherent risk […]

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Wrongful Death Suit: What Kind of Evidence Must Be Proven to Win?

September 7, 2013

The world would be wonderful if everyone was so coordinated and dutiful that no serious injuries ever occurred. Unfortunately, since there are around 37.9 million emergency room admissions related to injuries every year, this is nothing more than a pipe dream. These injuries can be disheartening enough, but when they result in death, the incident […]

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