It’s not something that’s easy to face or even to talk about, but sometimes the injured suffer because their personal injury lawyers are to blame for suffering.
Everyone always seems to think that personal injury lawyers prey upon the injured by convincing them to bring spurious claims, but often that’s not the case!
It seems that the number of accident prone Brits seems to be reaching new highs, and the nation’s personal injury lawyers are working overtime as a result.
The Government is always quick to blame ambulance chasing personal injury solicitors on raising claims figures, but it’s not always that cut and dry.
The bogeyman of ‘compensation culture’ has raised its nasty head once more, putting personal injury lawyers in the crosshairs yet again.
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.
Work accidents will quickly call down the ire of the Health and Safety Executive, but firms have even more to worry about when injury solicitors get involved.
It seems like personal injury solicitors have been having a field day recently with the number of accident claims being made left and right.
According to personal injury solicitor experts familiar with the case, the parents of an injured toddler are seeking compensation on her behalf.u
Next year is bound to bring a reduction in access to justice, causing many in need of injury compensation to suffer, a majority of legal professionals say.
One children’s book creator has prevailed on he recent medical negligence case, winning a personal injury compensation award of £250,000 for a laser eye surgery that went terribly wrong, leaving her with permanently blurred vision.