No matter the type of injury or accident, injury solicitors almost never fail to find the best personal injury compensation for claimants.
The bogeyman of ‘compensation culture’ has raised its nasty head once more, putting personal injury lawyers in the crosshairs yet again.
Sometimes, the personal injury sector can take one firm of injury lawyers to untold heights; other times it can bring them low. This week is no exception.
To be a personal injury solicitor in the UK is to face a seemingly unending stream of battles, but it seems when one victory is declared another fight begins.
A good personal injury solicitor can do wonders when you’re trying to get a defendant to pay out on your accident claim, but sometimes it’s just not enough.
You better hope you have a good injury lawyer, because you could see yourself held responsible for your next accident claim – even if you’re the victim!
Everyone loves blaming injury solicitors for the rampant fraud in the injury claims sector, yet the biggest news stories this week are all about bad claimants.
Local authorities are being slammed left and right with personal injury compensation bids thanks to the sorry state of British pavements.
Whether it’s a local authority or it’s the NHS, it’s been bad news for taxpayers as millions of pounds flow out to pay for countless personal injury claims.
Either personal injury lawyers are getting better or medical staff are getting worse, because medical negligence claims are going through the roof.
It’s hard to think that prison convicts and pupils have anything in common, but when it comes to the world of personal injury compensation anything is possible!
Local authorities have been facing withering fire lately from personal injury solicitors looking to represent the interests of their hurt clients.