It’s proof positive of the old adage that it’s good to have friends in high places: the soon-to-be stepson of Wirral’s mayor just got off Scot-free.
While most of us go down to the cinema for a bit of a laugh, one retired postman received injuries so severe that they warranted an accident claim.
I know that the courts have little regard for age, but it seems that older Brits are increasingly finding themselves in injury claims.
Now I’m not about to come out and say that someone’s personal injury compensation claim is silly or spurious, but sometimes I wonder about these claimants.
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.
A 21-year old woman has filed a personal injury claim against a mini-bus driver for compensation totalling hundreds of thousands of pounds after she sustained serious head injuries.
A woman from Scotland asked advice from a firm of personal injury solicitors after her head was burned during a visit to a hairdresser.
A teenager has lodged a personal injury claim after sustaining a back injury whilst on a night out in the Merseyside town of St Helens.
The family of a man who contracted the terminal cancer mesothelioma while working as a maintenance worker have been successful in their bid to secure personal injury compensation from his former employer.
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.
A 23-year-old man has received a six-figure personal injury compensation award after being hit by a drunk driver outside a Somerset nightclub.
A cyclist has received £18,000 in personal injury compensation after he was knocked off his bike in a car accident.