A woman from Nottinghamshire has recently won her appeal, allowing her to claim personal injury compensation against the driver of the police car that struck her while in response to an emergency call.
A young mother in her twenties sustained severe spinal injuries after taking a spill down a Range store’s lift shaft located in Colchester and has decided to launch an accident claim in the aftermath.
After suffering injuries whilst attempting to move an elderly patient, one ambulance technician has made a £60,000 work accident claim against his employers, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.
Injury solicitors have recently warned that the new Legal Aid bill will limit access to justice to many victims of medical negligence.
One paralysed student from Sheffield was recently awarded personal injury compensation in the wake of a car accident, as the RTA has left her with injuries that will require lifelong care.
After a pensioner slipped on a wet floor at Tesco and suffered a broken bone in his foot, the eighty year old man has won his accident claim against the supermarket giant, being awarded a personal injury compensation sum thought to be in the four figures, experts say.
One medical negligence claim has seen a ten year old girl from Northamptonshire severely disabled at birth win a personal injury compensation award in the multi-millions.
A family from Hampshire recently launched a motor accident claim for the injuries sustained by a young schoolboy after he was knocked down by a car, with the boy’s parents seeking in excess of £300,000 in personal injury compensation, experts say.
One Londoner was recently awarded £750,000 in damages in a successful car accident claim due to the serious personal injuries she sustained in a multi-vehicle RTA, industry experts report.
The bereaved mother of a deceased child recently settled her medical negligence claim against the hospital that caused the death of her newborn son, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.
In an effort to reduce the number of motor accident claims that are being made in the UK, the Government is examining whether encouraging the use of new technology, such as telematics-based insurance, to gather information on motoring habits.
After a young schoolgirl fell from a funfair ride and sustained serious injuries, the ride’s operator has faced prosecution by the Government’s Health and Safety Executive, according to accident claim experts familiar with the case.
One teenage girl injured while working as a cookery assistant may make a work accident claim for the terrible burns she sustained to her hand after she tripped and plunged it into a deep fat fryer, personal injury claims experts recently reported.
Three workers were injured in a recent gas explosion, leading the Health and Safety Executive to prosecute their employer, a St Helens-based gas supply company, work accident claim experts recently reported.
One elderly pensioner residing on the Isle of Wight was recently awarded personal injury compensation after he suffered severe burns at one of the island’s respite care homes, accident claim experts recently reported.
One brain damaged four year old, who sustained his injuries after complications arose during his delivery four years ago, has recently received a massive £10 million personal injury compensation award from the NHS, accident claim experts recently reported.
Injury solicitors have begun to strike back against legal reforms to be instituted by the Government by warning injured individuals to not tarry in making accident claims.
One pilot who narrowly cheated death for the third time recently received in excess of £100,000 in an accident claim against the manufacturers of his ultralight aircraft, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.
One man from Berkshire has made a road accident claim for £300,000 after he sustained severe personal in jury when the car in which he was travelling collided with a wall, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.
As the debate rages on over implementing the civil litigation cost cutting measures known as the Jackson reforms, the Government has recently scrapped its plans to grant an extension to incoming access of justice provisions over and above personal injury claims.