A hotelier has been ordered to pay a former employee in excess of £40,000 in personal injury compensation after it was discovered that the worker, a chef with the vulnerable mental condition of autism, was only being paid £90 a week, work accident claim experts recently reported.
Accident claims made against one local authority cost it nearly £1.2 million on personal injury compensation and legal fees over the course of 2011, according to a recent newspaper article.
One grandfather from Devon has made a medical negligence claim after a botched surgical operation led to hospital staff leaving a medical swab inside him, accident claim experts recently said.
One County Durham man working as a grounds man for the local council lost his arm in a devastating accident at work after a piece of his clothing became entangled in a power-fed wood chipper, work accident claim experts recently reported.
Employees of the NHS make nearly £20 million worth in work accident claims every year, according to a new freedom of information request made by the Daily Mail newspaper.
A road accident claim made by a seriously injured grandfather from Chelmsford following being struck from his bicycle by a hit and run driver has resulted in a payout of £11,000 in personal injury compensation, legal experts recently reported.
In an ironic twist of events, a no win no fee claims management firm finds themselves a defendant in a personal injury case where a secretary fell down some office stairs, suffering a broken wrist.
Equestrian enthusiasts such as livery yards, riding schools, and riders have all been warned against no win no fee claims, with one legal firm stating that proper liability insurance must be in place to avoid costly personal injury compensation claims.
One man from Essex is seeking medical negligence compensation for his son, a seven year old boy who was left with severe brain damage shortly after his birth, according to accident claim experts with knowledge of the case.
The Health and Safety Executive has prosecuted a film production company for the injuries suffered by a cameraman suffered from a fall from height on a movie set, with his injuries being severe enough for the injured employee to consider making a work accident claim for damages.
After a worker broke his back on the job, the Health and Safety Executive chose to prosecute two Nottingham-based companies for their involvement in the man’s injuries, work accident claim experts recently reported.