Personal injury lawyers work hard for their clients regardless of the size of the personal injury compensation award at stake; it’s not the money that matters.
Being a member of a British police force is a demanding job, and sometimes these bobbies get injured in the line of duty – and this results in accident claims.
If there’s one place in the UK that requires you to have a good personal injury lawyer before living there, it’s undoubtedly got to be Lincolnshire.
In news that makes me absolutely giddy with glee, I can happily report that more scammers are getting caught red-handed as they try to fake accident claims.
Police officers in Northern Ireland have been making waves by bringing an absolutely incredible number of personal injury claims over the last three years.
If there’s one thing that insurance providers hate to do, it’s to give away money – and when it’s because of a fraudulent personal injury claim it’s even worse.
Criminal activity and personal injury claims often go hand in hand, and in fact this week there’s no dearth of examples of this not so rare phenomenon.
Nobody liked claims management companies, which is why they’re so glad there’s so few of them now – yet their exit has not stopped the injury claims train.
Sometimes the prevailing wisdom, when it comes to personal injury claims, is that paying out compensation is a waste of money – and sometimes it turns out correct.
The jury is no longer out: personal injury lawyers have no role in fraud when it comes to personal injury claims – that honour goes to idiotic claimants.
The idea of ‘you win some, you lose some’ in personal injury claims is deadly serious, since so much is riding on the line; nevertheless lawyers sometimes fail.
If there’s anything you can count on, it’s that sometimes things just go completely awry… and the personal injury compensation sector is no different.