According to DEFRA, a quarter of a million people in the UK are bitten by a dog and around 3,800 of them need to attend an accident and emergency department for treatment after the attack.
Is our own stupidity putting us at risk of personal injury? There are many obstacles out there just waiting to injure us but if we were a bit more vigilant we could just prevent accidents that lead to lengthy personal injury claims.
Claiming that the NHS had forced her out of her job, a doctor who expressed her concerns in regards to the clinic Baby P was present at just days prior to his tragic death has filed a personal injury claim against her employer.
Offshore legal firm Appleby recently announced the appointment of personal injury solicitor Mr Tim Swift to an associate position of its insolvency and litigation team located on the Isle of Man.
The owners of a theme park near Windsor might start to receive personal injury claims from visitors who have suffered wasp stings at the site.
A recently resolved personal injury claim has led to a ruling that has provided new hope to hospices that provide care for those suffering from lung cancer mesothelioma which found that an engineering company would be liable to pay a portion of the costs towards care of a former employee.
Harrowgate legal services provider Ashworth Law recently announced it will be launching a personal injury claims department in order to expand its client services portfolio.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently released new data detailing questionable personal injury claims for last year, examining many medical claims suspected to be fraudulent that had been referred to the NICB by its membership in 2009.
Unfortunately personal injuries do happen in the workplace even though there are a large amount of health and safety rules and regulations that employers must comply with.
After a mammoth 12 year legal battle, Manny Helmot has been awarded record personal injury compensation of nearly £14 million.
Proposals from Lord Young’s report on health and safety were leaked to the press over the weekend and this has caused concern amongst personal injury solicitors.
Insurance Services Office Limited, one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitor service companies, recently issued a statement announcing that Cogent Law is to use its Personal Injury Claims Assessment Service.