Everyone loves blaming injury solicitors for the rampant fraud in the injury claims sector, yet the biggest news stories this week are all about bad claimants.
So here’s some news that will have UK injury solicitors queueing up: it turns out that London’s Underground is unsafe for both passengers and employees alike!
Work accidents will quickly call down the ire of the Health and Safety Executive, but firms have even more to worry about when injury solicitors get involved.
Injury solicitors say that criminals are stepping up their efforts when it comes to ‘cash for crash’ personal injury claims, with reports rolling in that fraudsters are filing buses with accomplices before colliding them with their own vehicles in order to maximise their whiplash payout.
One man from Leicester is set to make a £250,000 personal injury compensation claim after he suffered a broken ankle during a day out at an amusement park, according to injury solicitors familiar with the case.
A man is considering lodging a claim for personal injury compensation after he had a personal injury at work that resulted in two of his fingers being amputated.
If you’re one of those people who get totally fed up with seeing adverts for personal injury solicitors springing up during the commercial breaks, you’re not alone!
Injury solicitors have won more than £2.2 million for their clients from three councils after pupils and staff at three local schools sustained injuries.
A leading firm of personal injury solicitors has said that failure to make a claim for a personal injury at work could result in colleagues suffering a similar accident.
One worker employed by a building company in Lincolnshire sustained serious personal injury at work when he drilled through a buried electric cable by accident and suffered serious electrical burns, personal injury solicitor experts recently reported.
One worker from Cheshire was recently burned in a horrific personal injury at work after being caught in an explosion as he worked to remove pipe work from a trench.
Personal injury solicitors recently said that one small child was seriously injured after a streetlight component fell and struck her on the head while the light was being serviced by an engineer.