Despite the accusations surrounding the compensation culture in the UK, British workers are still reluctant to submit a claim if they suffer a personal injury at work.
People who are concerned that a personal injury compensation award will affect their right to means-tested welfare benefits may want to set up a Personal Injury Trust.
New research shows that the personal injury compensation culture in the UK is wasting doctor’s time.
One woman’s personal injury solicitors have stated that she has been in constant agony after a botched hip replacement surgery.
The parents of a disabled boy are to get £6 million in personal injury compensation after hospital blunders left him permanently brain damaged.
The parents of a two year toddler have lodged a personal injury claim after their daughter died at a day nursery.
A Yorkshire man has received £210,000 in personal injury compensation after asking Unison to help him after he sustained a personal injury at work whilst he was in the employ of Rampton Secure Hospital.
A young man who suffered a horrific personal injury whilst at primary school is set to receive personal injury compensation after a Judge ruled in his favour.
An increase in the number of cases of medical negligence has resulted in a call for an independent investigation into hospital deaths.
Every year there are 200,000 cases of dog bites in the UK according to the website Patient UK. Out of these approximately 28,000 involve bites to the face and in 19,000 cases the victim requires plastic surgery. The site also claims that 100 victims are admitted to hospital every week in the UK.
A female cyclist from Gipsy Hill has been awarded £280,000 personal injury compensation for the personal injuries she received after being squashed between two lorries in England’s capital city.
Young drivers are feeling the pinch as motor insurance premiums sky rocket.