After a six year old girl had to have both of her legs removed due to a medical condition when she was ten months old, her father has made a medical negligence claim on her behalf against the NHS foundation trust of the hospital where the procedure was performed.
One man from Tameside recently won his medical negligence compensation claim after a misdiagnosis as a schoolboy left him with permanent damage to his spine, accident claim experts recently said.
A sixty year old Wirral native has made a work accident claim against his employer after he was struck and injured in a forklift truck accident at a Trafford industrial waste company.
The lack of discussion time for the no win no fee proposals in the Legal Aid bill currently working its way through has drawn the ire of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, according to legal industry insiders familiar with the issue.
Changing ‘no win no fee’ legislation will not solve the nation’s personal injury claims problems, according to an association of legal experts.
As if putting Humpty Dumpty back together again wasn’t a large enough problem, 600kg worth of eggs falling from the back of a lorry has resulted in one man from Devon to make a work accident claim for the injuries he sustained in the thousands of eggs raining down upon him.
One female golfer recently won her accident claim against a golf club in Staffordshire, winning £16,000 in personal injury compensation for the injuries she suffered when she was struck by a stray golf ball in the face.
One cyclist from Lancashire recently blamed a recent RTA that left her seriously injured on a botched repair job.
A coalition of insurers and GPs have recently called for new governmental guidelines on the diagnosis of whiplash and other associated disorders in order to combat the personal injury compensation culture that has been growing in the UK.
One Greater Manchester packaging company employee may make a work accident claim for the loss of two of her fingers whilst on the job, accident claim experts recently reported.