A motorcyclist who received injuries when he hit a pothole and was flung from his motorbike is filing a case for personal injury compensation against Cumbria County Council. The biker, Paul Quayle, sustained cracked ribs and a suspected broken collarbone in the accident.
The MoD has confirmed that several of the relatives of the servicemen killed in a plane explosion in Afghanistan have been paid personal injury compensation.
New research in regards to a newly introduced Ministry of Justice personal injury claims process has recently yielded some significantly interesting results.
Unusually, a recent Court of Appeal ruling caused both personal injury lawyers and claimants to agree!
In news that is sure to resonate strongly with those facing problems concerning personal injury solicitors, a recent announcement regarding the availability of free help in resolving client complaints will soon be made available from a referee new to the industry.
Online insurance firm Esure recently announced the appointment of John Miles to the company’s newly-created position of personal injury claims manager for their UK market in an attempt to better deal with the recently increased figures in regards to injury claims by third parties.
Personal injury solicitors in the UK recently recorded a record-breaking win for an injured professional cyclist, managing to win the biggest compensation payout ever won in the UK on his behalf.
Esure, an online insurance company, has created a new role of personal injury claims manager to tackle third party personal injury claims caused by motor accidents.
Recently there’s been a lot of publicity about an increase in personal injury claims. However, a lot of media reports regarding No Win, No Fee cases and personal injury solicitors are misrepresented, according to an industry expert.
Are we really becoming a nanny state? The Conservative party seems to think so and are drawing up plans to curb the excessive health and safety culture that is so prevalent in the UK at present.
Local councils paid out £2.25m last year for personal injuries sustained in classrooms, playgrounds and sports fields, according to new figures released under the Freedom of Information Act.
The Government has recently indicated it will be providing backing for curbing overly aggressive adverts for “ambulance chaser” personal injury solicitor firms in addition to instituting prosecution protection for so-called “good Samaritans.”