A motorcycle accident claim that was made in the wake of a man sustaining crippling injuries has been decided in his favour – to the tune of £10 million or so.
Looking for a crash course to blow £50,000 in personal injury compensation fast? Just follow pensioner Angela Nangle’s lead and you’ll be right as rain.
A disabled access door at a cinema that turned out to be too small has led to an accident claim being made by a pensioner currently languishing in hospital.
Whether it’s spurious or legitimate, an accident claim has a serious cost – and not just to the party held responsible for the injury!
Public transport can be a pain, but it can be positively dangerous to your health as well; nowhere is it more dangerous than in London!
If you ever doubted that accident claims can cost massive amounts of money in personal injury compensation, you need go no further than this week’s news!
It’s tough to deal with a personal injury at work, and the stories in the news this past week are a perfect indication of just how difficult it can be.
News broke this week how one poor man has decided to seek personal injury compensation after being Tasered by police in a case of mistaken identity.
One teacher who was paralysed whilst welly wanging is currently pursuing £5 million in personal injury compensation, it was recently reported.
In the heat of a moment or right after a road traffic accident or a slip and trip, it can be hard to keep in mind the right things to do – but once you’ve made sure that you or anyone else involved in the accident is physically safe, experts say you’ve got some legal responsibilities to keep in mind – especially if you think you may be making or be involved in an accident claim.
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.
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.
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.
When Leah Frederick went out for a bite to eat on her birthday, she didn’t expect to end up being rushed to the hospital after being caught in the collapsing floor of a local takeaway pizza shop in St Helens, accident claim experts writing for the local newspaper recently reported.
The government and the nation’s insurance industry need to face the facts when it comes to the responsibilities they have towards the injured, according to the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
After a woman who had been waiting at a bus stop was struck by a piece of machinery that had fallen from an office block, the Health and Safety Executive has prosecuted the building firm responsible for the incident, according to accident claim experts familiar with the case.
Network Rail will soon be facing an accident claim made against them by one London woman for the slip and trip injury she suffered at Edmonton Green Station.
Yet another horse rider has been denied personal injury compensation from the Appeal Court in the wake of a head injury she suffered when she was thrown from her mount, accident claim experts recently said.
According to accident claim experts writing for the North Devon Journal, a spin-cycling enthusiast prevailed on the personal injury compensation claim she made against a local gymnasium after the pedal of the exercise bike she was using during a class broke suddenly, catapulting her off the piece of fitness equipment and causing injuries to her finger.
Prosecutors for the Health and Safety Executive brought a work accident claim against a scaffolding company’s former boss after two employees were injured in a scaffold collapse, accident claim experts recently said.