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Will a medical negligence claim affect my benefits?

September 6, 2012

Will my benefits be affected? When you first visit a solicitor regarding your medical negligence claim, it will be difficult for them to determine how much compensation you are likely to receive as they have to take into account any social security benefits you may be redeeming, including income Support and sickness benefits. Benefits you […]

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The Dangers of Boating Machinery Failure

September 3, 2012

(US personal injury law) Boating is one of the more popular recreational activities in the United States, particularly in coastal areas or those near a large body of water. Unfortunately, boating can be a risky activity for many, potentially resulting in injuries in a number of different ways. However, one of the most disturbing possible […]

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7 Examples of Medical Negligence

August 27, 2012

Patients seek medical care to maintain or improve their health, but what happens when a physician makes matters worse? Medical negligence is difficult to prove, requires specialist personal injury lawyers (see our directory) in your corner, and it can become overwhelming to victims who are suffering as a result of the negligence. What is it […]

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Don’t let the bed bugs bite in your hotel, or you might get sued

August 21, 2012

Two women filed a lawsuit on Monday against Marriott International Inc. and a Lisle Marriott Conference Center, claiming that they suffered numerous bed bug bites during a stay at the hotel in August, 2011. Reported in the Chicago Tribune, the claim is being made by Pamela April of Phoenix, Ariz., and Char’o Safford of Chicago […]

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Cell Phone Records & Car Accident Cases

August 16, 2012

The following is a guest personal injury law blog post regarding a recent Connecticut Superior Court case concerning cell phone records and car accident cases. Further personal injury guest blogging welcome via the blue button. In a recent Connecticut Superior Court case, a plaintiff requested permission to seek the defendant’s cell phone records for the […]

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How to Make Your Workplace Legally Safe for Employees

August 8, 2012

(US law and general safety at work information) Every year, millions of people are injured in work environments across the United States. While an employer may be able to reduce the risk of his or her injury in the workplace, some employees may not understand or comprehend all the risks in a certain environment. Because […]

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Personal Injury Accident Overview for Injured Victims

July 25, 2012

Personal injuries are injuries suffered by a victim through no fault of his or her own.  Personal injuries are caused by someone else’s negligence, carelessness, lack of planning or thought, or simple disregard of the law.  Personal injuries fall under the category of law known as tort law; torts are actions that injure others.  When […]

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Personal Injury Claims Tips

July 12, 2012

Top Tips When Making Personal Injury Claims With more accidents on the road, work related accidents and slips, trips and falls being reported than ever before, the Accident Advice Helpline has revealed the 6 top tips to help victims successfully make Personal Injury Claims. 1. Write everything down For victims of accidents, it is important to keep […]

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3 Steps To Making A Successful Personal Injury Claim

July 10, 2012

When you’ve been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you want to make sure that your case runs as smoothly as possible. There are several ways in which you can help your solicitor to build a solid case – making the claim less stressful and more likely to succeed. Research Before you approach […]

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How To Make A Work Accident Claim

June 26, 2012

Every year in the UK a significant amount of people experience accidents at work and many of these sustain injuries as a result. By law, it is the employer’s duty to provide a safe working environment and  take necessary measures and precautions to prevent any potential accidents. However, no matter how many preventive methods are […]

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