Government needs to tackle no win no fee lawyers

The Government needs to take on no win no fee lawyers that are driving the compensation and personal injury claims culture in the UK, according to the North Lincs Health and Safety Group’s chairman, Dave Jones.

Several workers injured in Liverpool concrete incident

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.

Teacher wins her compensation case, loses out on damages

While a teacher who has been on full sick pay for several years has prevailed in her unfair dismissal claim made against her employers, the woman’s personal injury compensation payout has been denied by an employment tribunal.

Devon holiday park site of personal injury at work

A Devon holiday park was the site of a personal injury at work as one of its employees sustained serious physical harm when he was caught in a collapsing trench, personal injury solicitor experts recently reported.

Manufacturing worker suffers personal injury at work

The employee of a manufacturing firm based in Warwickshire suffered a personal injury at work after a power press crushed his hand, leading to the man’s employer to be prosecuted by the Government’s Health and Safety Executive, personal injury solicitor experts recently reported.