Personal Injury Claims Law

Someone injures themselves on your property…What is the first step?

June 14, 2013

Crisis mode. An employee, visitor, client, etc. has injured themselves at your office. What do you do next? Obviously there are hundreds of thoughts going through your mind, and probably the last one is what legal actions could arise from this. But, you should always be prepared. Step 1: Assess the situation. Determine to the […]

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West Midlands glass company fined after worker loses finger

March 26, 2013

A West Midlands glass-processing company has been fined after it was prosecuted for health and safety failings in the workplace which led to serious injuries to an employee. Mr Asif Hussain, 32, was working at Bloomsbury Glass Limited’s factory in Kelvin Way, West Bromwich, on 18 January 2012 when the injury occurred. A piece of […]

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5 Top Tips for Claiming for Accidents at Work

February 13, 2013

Over a million people have an accident at work in the UK each year. For the most part these are only minor incidents, but some are more serious and result in a personal injury claim being made. Making a claim against your employer isn’t that different to any other type of personal injury claim. As […]

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Procedure for Handling Victims Claim Complaints

January 3, 2013

Victims who have undergone trauma because of any fatal incidents due to the negligence of others, they decide to seek advice of professionals for claiming for financial and health loss. Complaints are expressions of dissatisfaction by clients. Victims does complaints to professionals against their suffering relating to the service and experience the solicitors provide. Based […]

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ICO fine companies for PPI spam texts

December 4, 2012

Recently two PPI spammers were fined £440,000 for sending out lots of nuisance texts and calls, which were gathered illegally.  The two culprits, Gary McNeish and Chris Niebel sent out 840,000 spam texts a day from their company. The ICO lawyers suggested that people could be entitled to compensation from the Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) […]

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5 top tips when making personal injury claims

November 19, 2012

If you are currently in the process of making a personal injury claim or are considering whether or not to go ahead with a claim, you need to remember a number of things. Hence why we have developed 5 top tips when making personal injury claims. 1. Hire a personal injury solicitor Whilst it may […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Exaggerate Your Injuries

November 15, 2012

After an automobile collision, the injured parties will normally seek recovery against the at-fault party. It is possible for accident victims to suffer paralysis, nerve damage, and disfigurement that inhibits their ability to work and causes long-term pain. Some parties with relatively minor or even no injuries believe that inflating the claims can result in […]

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Slip and Fall – How to Prove Negligence and Win Your Case

November 6, 2012

(US law and generally) The number of slip and fall incidents appears to be on the rise. The National Floor Safety Institute recently advised that the restaurant and food service industry spends more than $2billion as a result of this type of injury. We look at how to prove negligence and win your case when […]

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What’s Behind The Pradaxa Lawsuits?

October 26, 2012

(According to U.S. law) When Pradaxa was released in 2010, many people were overjoyed by the simplicity that it offered them over its only competitor. The blood thinner represented the only medication on the market that would enable stroke victims to not have to make drastic lifestyle changes and receive regular checkups as part of […]

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British Transport Police officer reprimanded for dangerous driving that resulted in serious injury

October 17, 2012

The Evening Standard reports that a British Transport Police officer has been handed an eight-month suspended prison sentence after he hit and almost killed an up-and-coming young musician in London. PC David Lynch was handed a suspended sentence by the Southwark Crown Court in addition to a number of other punishments, including his being banned […]

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