Personal injury lawyers work hard for their clients regardless of the size of the personal injury compensation award at stake; it’s not the money that matters.
Criminal activity and personal injury claims often go hand in hand, and in fact this week there’s no dearth of examples of this not so rare phenomenon.
It’s finally happened: enough evidence has been unearthed that makes it nearly impossible to complain about ‘ambulance chasing’ personal injury solicitors.
It’s been a bad week for the UK arm of a major motor vehicle manufacturer, as they faced prosecution and eventual fines for a personal injury at work.
Thanks to help from his trade union’s personal injury lawyers, one badly injured road worker has recently prevailed on his work accident claim.
Personal injury lawyers for two individuals injured at their respective places of work have won both injured workers personal injury compensation.
After one of his workers tumbled from the roof of a bar, sustaining serious personal injuries in a fall from height, the boss of a Sunderland-based demolition firm has faced prosecution by the Health and Safety Executive.
One lorry driver from Devon suffered personal injury at work when he fell from his truck while trying to remove a cover from the load he was hauling, personal injury solicitor experts recently reported.