There’s all sorts of changes happening in the personal injury compensation claims industry at the moment, but are any of these new changes actually beneficial?
So here’s some news that will have UK injury solicitors queueing up: it turns out that London’s Underground is unsafe for both passengers and employees alike!
Personal injury lawyers have been working round the clock for their clients lately, especially in situations where damages are quite warranted.
Personal injury solicitors are draining the coffers of not just local authorities but government ministries as well, new reports revealed this week.
Well it turns out that personal injury lawyers have been working overtime lately, sending two industries into a frenzy of activity to make things safer.
Local authorities have been absolutely reeling under the effects of a number of personal injury claims lately, and councils have been paying massive payouts.
When I hear that a police officer bitten by a flea made a personal injury claim for more than a postman that was struck by a car, something is just not right.
Progress towards changing the way personal injury claims are made is being made across the UK, with new legal developments occurring from London to Scotland.
Personal injury solicitors have been up in arms now that the Legal Aid bill has gone into effect, and there’s more than one Chicken Little running about.
It seems to me like there’s something akin to mass hysteria gripping the nation’s personal injury solicitor firms ahead of new regulatory changes.
When it rains, it pours – and all that rain and snow and sleet have done a number on the nation’s roadways and pavements, leading to inevitable injuries.
Now, personal injury solicitors get a bit of a bad reputation, but they put up with a lot – like the legal team for these men that lost the wrong testicle!