One stonemason is looking for in excess of £200,000 in personal injury compensation after he was severely injured in an accident at work, it was recently reported.
A new survey has discovered that Liverpool could be considered the whiplash capital of the UK, as the number of whiplash claims being made within the city leaves the rest of the country’s figures to pale in comparison.
One young girl was recently awarded £4 million in medical negligence damages after it was found that injuries she sustained at her birth were due to mistakes made by medical staff, it has recently been reported.
An accident at work has left one joiner paralysed and the parish council he had been working for with both a serious fine and the responsibility to pay the injured man personal injury compensation, it was recently reported.
One Northamptonshire-based adhesive company employee lost his left thumb in a gruesome printing press accident whilst on the job, according injury claims experts familiar with the case.
The Health and Safety Executive is at it yet again, this time prosecuting an engineering firm based in Gloucestershire after one of its employees sustained serious injuries to his head in an accident on the job.
An overwhelming majority of Brits are completely fed up with the personal injury compensation sector, with a massive 93 per cent supporting any government clampdown on accident claims involving whiplash, a new survey recently discovered.
While the joke of the ‘ambulance chasing’ personal injury solicitor firm is an old one, now it seems that some personal injury lawyers are following the ambulance right into the hospital, with new reports emerging that GPs are being encouraged to exaggerate when asked about the nature of claimant’s injuries.
The victims of asbestos exposure in the UK have been fighting hard for recompense for a while now, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers wants them taken care of by calling for action to be taken on a last resort fund to be set up by the Government and the insurance industry.
One retired paramedic finally got more than a ‘sorry, mate’ from the NHS, after he received more than £1 million in personal injury compensation for a surgery that left him severely disabled after a botched brain surgery.
The Health and Safety Executive is often involved in personal injury compensation cases against employers who may have erred in keeping their workers safe, such as a recent incident involving the receptionist of a dental practice located in Yorkshire falling through the building’s skylight and suffering serious harm.
One cleaner from Mansfield has recently received a £12,000 personal injury compensation payout after prevailing on his work accident claim, legal experts recently reported.
A woman left seriously injured in the wake of a crash whilst abroad in Poland has launched a car accident claim for in excess of £300,000 in personal injury compensation, according to a writ recently submitted to the High Court of London.
An injured woman who fell through a mini-bus’ open doors is claiming more than £300,000 in damages, according to accident claim experts familiar with the incident.
One composer from Birmingham has recently prevailed on the medical negligence case he brought against a West Midlands hospital after a misdiagnosis left him paralysed and wheelchair-bound, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.
One fifty five year old crane drier is seeking personal injury compensation for the life changing injuries he suffered in the crash disaster at Chandlers Wharf, legal experts recently reported.
The Government’s Health and Safety Executive has prosecuted the employer of one female health care worker after she slipped and fell on a wet floor at an Ipswich hospital, fracturing her kneecap, it was recently revealed. According to work accident claim experts, Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital was called before Ipswich Magistrates’ Court in order to …
One cemetery worker was recently awarded in excess of £65,000 in personal injury compensation in the wake of sustaining serious personal harm after falling into the grave he had been preparing, work accident claim experts recently reported.
Whiplash claims will soon be subjected to higher thresholds after a tougher system is implemented for medically certifying injuries, according to transport secretary Justine Greening and justice secretary Ken Clarke.
After falling from his van and sustaining injuries in the process, one postman recently received a £11,000 personal injury compensation claim when he prevailed on his work accident claim against his employer.