5 Most Common Causes of Injury at Work

March 21, 2013

Workplace injuries are very common and disruptive to the lives of employees and businesses. Certain types of injuries as a result of negligence are more common than others and should be addressed by employers to avoid unnecessary liabilities. Listed below are the five most common types of injuries in the workplace, according to insurance companies. […]

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Will 2013 be A Bad Time to Claim Injury Compensation?

November 8, 2012

The introduction in 1995 of Conditional (No Win No Fee) agreements in personal injury cases transferred the burden of funding litigation from the state back to the claimant. Claimants were required to pay up to 25 per cent of their compensation to an accident claims solicitor which left injured people undercompensated, and in serious cases […]

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Accidents and Uninsured Drivers in the UK

September 11, 2012
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Drivers in the UK are required, by law, to be covered by Car Insurance, yet it is believed that up to 6% of all drivers, actually on the roads in the UK, don’t have insurance. First off this is pretty ridiculous, and it’s surprising how these individuals feel like they can get away with it. […]

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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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