Plenty of people will roll their eyes at the part personal injury solicitors play in society but sometimes they can come to the rescue of those that need it.
While more and more evidence comes to light showing there’s no such thing as compensation culture, policymakers continue to pass pointless laws.
So you’ve heard it all before: personal injury lawyers get blamed for the UK’s compensation culture, but news this week revealed it’s not just limited to home.
Personal injury lawyers are constantly defending themselves from an unending barrage of accusations of fomenting a ‘compensation culture’ against claimants.
It’s finally happened: enough evidence has been unearthed that makes it nearly impossible to complain about ‘ambulance chasing’ personal injury solicitors.
More information has come to light concerning the UK’s local councils and how they end up paying out on injury claims, and it goes further than school injuries.
Personal injury solicitors in Doncaster and North Yorkshire have been striking whilst the iron is hot, earning major accident claims for nearby injured pupils.
Once again are people pointing the accusatory finger at personal injury lawyers for fostering a so-called ‘compensation culture’ here in the UK.
The realm of personal injury claims becomes increasingly difficult to navigate as new regulations loom on the horizon and old injury cases come home to roost.
It seems to me that some people might not have the whole ‘this is a valid personal injury claim’ concept down with complete clarity judging by this week’s news.
If there’s one thing that you know if you work in the personal injury compensation industry, it’s that injury claims can sometimes take forever to resolve.
This week, the news is positively filled with stories about personal injury compensation amounts both impressively large and modestly small in comparison.