It’s a bad week to be a copper, as police have been under fire for engaging in what some critics have called spurious personal injury compensation claims.
Review Period: May 2013
It’s ironic: the safety device there to protect you could be the cause of your pain following an RTA. But could we do without them? It seems not.
Insurers turn table on personal injury solicitors as fees for low-value RTA accident claims capped at £500. Fear now for claimants’ redress & 20,000 solicitors.
Ignorance is no defence when it comes to buckling up. But even if you’re not wearing a seatbelt, you may be able to squeeze something from an accident claim.
It’s unfortunately a bit rare in this day and age, but sometimes the accident claims industry works properly, caring for those injured and punishing fraudsters.
It’s an old adage, but it’s especially apt considering the news stories this week: if you’re lifting and carrying anything, be careful to avoid any injuries.
You may think your job is dangerous, but imagine for a minute suffering a personal injury at work whilst working for your local police.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a teacher or a pupil – schools in the UK are apparently incredibly dangerous places according to the newest compensation figures.
Everyone knows that you can quite easily smash your head open on a trampoline, but apparently it’s just as dangerous handling a laptop nowadays as well!
If you ever doubted that accident claims can cost massive amounts of money in personal injury compensation, you need go no further than this week’s news!