According to a recently published article in the Grimsby Telegraph newspaper, the North East Lincolnshire Council has made more than £45,000 in personal injury compensation payments to injured staff and pupils over the past three years.
According to his work accident claim, one Bristol sub-contractor sustained serious injuries to his head while working on a building site.
According to one recent report, new car designs have been a significant contributory factor to an uptick in the number of RTAs on British roads.
The employee of a car dealership based in South Yorkshire may be considering a work accident claim after he fell through a skylight and sustained serious injuries in his fall, sources say.
One council worker has recently won a £4,600 personal injury compensation award from his employers after he slipped and suffered a personal injury on the job that led to a work accident claim.
One refrigeration and electrical services worker sustained serious injury after falling from a scaffolding at work, according to accident claim experts familiar with the case.
After she received a £250,000 interim personal injury compensation award, one woman has finally been able to leave hospital in the wake of an RTA that left her nearly completely paralysed.After she received a £250,000 interim personal injury compensation award, one woman has finally been able to leave hospital in the wake of an RTA that left her nearly completely paralysed.
A worker employed by an engineering company may bring a work accident claim against his employer after he fell from height and suffered serious personal injury.
One London pensioner has made a claim for the RTA in which he lost his right leg after he was hit by a bus and run over in a bid for personal injury compensation from both the driver of the bus and the company that employed him.
After their 12 year old son sustained severe personal injuries in a motorcycle accident, one family from Hertfordshire has launched a road accident claim for compensatory damages.
After bringing a motor accident claim against the insurers of a taxi driver that severely injured her as a girl, one Teesside woman has recently won a £3 million personal injury compensation award at London’s High Court.
The Access to Justice Action Group has spoken out on the personal injury claims reforms that the Association of British Insurers has been campaigning for, taking a strong stance against the ABI and the UK insurance industry.
The insurance industry, who has long since blamed rising premium prices on the so-called ‘compensation culture’ fostered by no win no fee accident claims, is under investigation by the Office of Fair Trading to determine the root causes of the issue.
One East London worker has made a work accident claim against his employers, a construction company in North London, after he sustained serious burns during the course of his duties.
A botched hip surgical procedure has led to a £100,000 medical negligence case for the Coventry grandmother who underwent the operation.
One thirteen year old schoolgirl has received £750 in personal injury compensation after she fell four metres from a fairground attraction, according to her accident claim.
One woman from Somerset has gone in search of medical negligence compensation from her dentist, after the medical professional not only extracted the incorrect tooth but then attempted to re-plant it after it spent two hours in a medical waste bin.
The Motor Insurers Bureau, the organisation that pays out on personal injury compensation claims that originate from uninsured or untraceable motorists, recently said that nearly one out of every three drivers in some parts of the UK have no insurance.
One worker suffered recently suffered injury whilst on the job at a construction site, prompting speculation that he may be considering a work accident claim for compensatory damages.
Proposals to ban no win no fee conditional fee arrangements have been put before Parliament, said Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly recently.