One personal injury solicitor firm has been accused of negligence in how they handled the personal injury claim of one of their clients, resulting in an out-of-court settlement for £500,000.
One woman who fell down some steps and broke her back, has taken legal advice from a personal injury solicitor firm and launched a claim for personal injury compensation from the landlord of the property where the incident occurred.
The personal injury lawyers for an actor injured in an onstage accident that left him bind in one eye and permanently disfigured have asked for £250,000 in personal injury compensation from the London theatre company where the injury occurred.
Reports have been emerging that no win no fee lawyers may be making off with legal fees that positively dwarf their clients’ personal injury compensation awards.
The sixteen year old employee of a West Midlands-based food production firm suffered a serious personal injury at work to his hand, leading to substantial fine for the company, it was recently reported.
Medical negligence payments made in the 2010-2011 financial year soared, according to the NHS Litigation Authority, with legal experts making the suggestion that the number of personal injury compensation cases in which medical negligence played a part during that period of time has risen by a substantial margin.
One personal injury solicitor firm could net as much as £200,000 in compensation for hotel guests laid low by a particularly nasty illness, it was recently revealed.
One lorry driver from Devon suffered personal injury at work when he fell from his truck while trying to remove a cover from the load he was hauling, personal injury solicitor experts recently reported.
A fatal personal injury at work may soon lead to the family of the slain man to seek personal injury compensation from his former employers, according to legal experts familiar with the incident.
The number of teachers going to see a personal injury solicitor in the hope of getting compensated for injuries is on the rise, according to the NASUWT.
The employees of two separate construction companies suffered serious personal injury at work recently in an incident in Liverpool, at the John Moores University, involving 250 tonnes of concrete that collapsed suddenly when a scaffolding failed.
A holiday-maker from Scotland has lodged a personal injury claim after he sustained a head injury whilst travelling on an open top bus in New York.