Lord Young working to reduce personal injury claims

While Lord Young’s recently published report is filled with recommendations on ways to mitigate the fear of litigation that seems to permeate the business landscape in the UK, his efforts may reduce the number of people who have access to justice for their personal injury claims, one expert states.

24 per cent of motorists avoid making car accident claims

In order to avoid resorting to making car accident claims on their insurance, nearly one out of every four motorists have instead paid out of pocket for any damage they may have caused in an accident, a new survey has discovered.

Car accident claims cheat nabbed in crash for cash scheme

One car accident claims cheat has been nabbed for his role in a crash for cash scheme that saw him pocketing thousands in personal injury compensation for injuries sustained by nonexistent passengers.

Keep accident claims down this Bonfire Night, experts say

As Bonfire Night rapidly approaches, many accident claim industry experts urge all Brits across the country to not only try to avoid blowing their own hands off in a fit of fireworks-induced frenzy but also to ensure that their home insurance policies are up to date and with proper personal injury compensation cover.

Medical negligence claim results in £14 million award

After being the recipient of injuries that have been called “catastrophic,” a man has been awarded High Court damages of almost £14 million in a medical negligence claim related to a kidney donation to his father.

Lawyers altering strategy amidst personal injury claims increase

Lawyers have begun to alter their strategy in how they approach personal injury claims, as both the workplace and automobile sectors have seen large instances of increases recently.

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