A funfair ride failure has led to accident claims being filed by two of its riders after they were violently hurled from it.
One law firm based in Birmingham has been critical of governmental proposals that could lead to the abolition of no win no fee legal arrangements, legal experts recently said.
After it recently emerged that accident claims for pavement slips and trips in areas of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire cost in excess of £5 million over the last four years, insurers said that the compensation culture in the UK must be put to a stop.
After an industrial ball washing machine mangles a green keeper’s hand on a Warwickshire golf club, the injured worker may now be pursuing a work accident claim against his employers.
One migraine-plagued office worker, who had constantly complained to her employer that the fluorescent lights in her place of work triggered the debilitating headaches, has recently won a £21,000 personal injury compensation award.
After an RTA ended his Olympic hopes and ruined his career, one talented dressage rider is making a £300,000 minimum car accident claim against the driver of the vehicle.
As the Government considers changing the MOT test system from an annual one to once every two years, fears have begun to arise that doing so may lead to an increase in car accident claims.
After bringing an accident claim against her local hair salon for an incident involving hair dye, one woman from Bolton has received a personal injury compensation award for £3,500 in damages.
After one district nurse neglected to identify an infection, one Newcastle woman has recently been awarded £500,000 in a medical negligence compensation claim.After one district nurse neglected to identify an infection, one Newcastle woman has recently been awarded £500,000 in a medical negligence compensation claim.
After her employer sold off its personal injury claims division, one accident solicitor from York has set up her own legal practice.
Staffordshire City Council was found to have paid out nearly £58,000 in personal injury compensation to hurt schoolchildren in the 2010-2011 financial year, new accident claims information has recently revealed.
While many uninsured businesses and home owners can take solace in the fact that the 1886 Riot Damages Act will provide them some measure of compensation, those with personal injury claims will not be covered, experts say.
One timber frame worker may bring a work accident claim against his employer after suffering a gruesome injury to his hand whilst on the job, personal injury compensation experts report.
After she was caught in a gas explosion that left her pinned under rubble, one barmaid has decided to bring a personal injury compensation claim against her employers.
A camping accident has led to a personal injury compensation award for a teenager who was shot with an air rifle, legal experts familiar with the case have recently reported.
The family of a fatally wounded Foxtel Ltd employee may be considering bringing an accident claim against the satellite installation provider.
While the whole concept of ‘no win, no fee’ might have originated in the realm of personal injury claims, the concept is spreading to football clubs as Stockport County adapts the idea in an effort to increase attendance at Edgeley Park.
After he filed a work accident claim following an injury he sustained at work, one farm worker was recently awarded a personal injury compensation award of £2,500 from his former employers.
One employee of a pork products production firm may be considering a personal injury compensation claim against his employers after he suffered serious injuries to two of his fingers in an accident involving a mixing machine.
After facing accusations that he caused a horrific RTA, an orthopaedic surgeon has recently been cleared of any and all liability by the high court.