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.
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.
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.
If there’s any industry that loves to shift blame away from them and on to personal injury solicitors, it’s the insurance market – and they’re at it again.
Detractors of the personal injury lawyer community love to claim injury lawyers are the root of all evil, but it looks like these firebrands are just wrong.
A barman who suffered a personal injury at work has won £9,000 compensation from his employer in a case that took three years to settle.
The UK’s civil courts are likely to be inundated with people fighting their own personal injury compensation cases when the government’s legal aid funding cuts come into force.
Thomson, one of the UK’s large tour operators has been ordered to pay personal injury compensation to holidaymakers who suffered illness whilst on a holiday to Spain.
Over the last 3 years, Welsh police forces have paid out £280,000 in personal injury compensation to employees after personal injury at work claims were made against them.
Wintery conditions have been spelling misery for thousands as they battle snow and ice just to get out of the house.
Congratulations to Des Collins, Senior Partner at Collins Solicitors, who was named “Claimant Personal Injury Lawyer of the Year” at the 2010 Personal Injury Awards. The Awards were held last Thursday evening at the Millennium Hotel, London.
Last week a former clergyman was awarded substantial medical negligence compensation after doctors failed to discover that he had a brain tumour.