Here’s something that will get your blood boiling: the it’s been revealed that the MoD conducts surveillance on injured military personnel to look for fraud.
Once again are people pointing the accusatory finger at personal injury lawyers for fostering a so-called ‘compensation culture’ here in the UK.
If there’s any industry that loves to shift blame away from them and on to personal injury solicitors, it’s the insurance market – and they’re at it again.
I know that the courts have little regard for age, but it seems that older Brits are increasingly finding themselves in injury claims.
Local authorities have been absolutely reeling under the effects of a number of personal injury claims lately, and councils have been paying massive payouts.
It’s been a bad week for the UK arm of a major motor vehicle manufacturer, as they faced prosecution and eventual fines for a personal injury at work.
Lawyers have been kept on their toes this week after two new reports of recent personal injury compensation cases were made known to the public.
Personal injury solicitors have been working overtime lately when it comes to bringing injury claims against local authorities for hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation – but some councils have had quite enough of that, thank you.