Equestrian enthusiasts warned against no win no fee claims

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.

Merseyside mother considers claim on behalf of daughter

One mother from Merseyside is considering an accident claim for the injuries her five year old daughter sustained when she fell while on the playground, personal injury compensation experts recently reported.

Injured woman requests her car accident claim to be re-opened

Even after she received a £12,500 personal injury compensation award for an accident in which she received serious injuries to her head, one Lancashire woman has requested that her car accident claim case be re-opened.

Legal experts share five steps to making your accident claim

The personal injury claims process can sometimes be as harrowing as the incident that was originally responsible for your injuries, but car accident claim legal experts have come forward with five steps you should follow to make things as painless as possible.

Planning consultant brings accident claim against employers

After suffering a severe head injury when he fell off a cycle during an outing organised by his employers, one planning consultant from Kent has brought an accident claim against the firm of estate agents that was responsible for the team bonding day.

Employee falls from height, may file for damages

Accident claim experts recently reported that after a heavy goods vehicle company’s employee fell from height and sustained serious personal injuries, the company may be facing a personal injury compensation claim from their worker.

Medical negligence claim nets family £9 million

Thanks to a medical negligence claim filed by one Buckinghamshire family, they were recently awarded a £9 million personal injury compensation for actions that led to the severe brain damage of their newborn daughter.

Medical negligence claims make for wary patients

Medical negligence solicitors have begun to take issue with the number of personal injury claims that have been occurring of late, stating that the manner in which they are portrayed by the media could result in patients demonstrate wariness when it comes time to be treated in hospital.

Personal injury claims could rocket in coming months

The incidence of personal injury claims may soon be set to rocket in the next few months in the wake of colder weather, many industry experts say; personal injury lawyers may very well be overwhelmed by a burgeoning number of claims from people who have fallen on the snow or ice and caused serious harm to themselves as a result.

Accident solicitor warns motorists on winter weather

As many of us are now travelling in the dark on our way to and from our places of work, and school-aged children will leave for their schools during the pre-dawn hours as well, one accident solicitor has warned motorists on the dangers of reduced visibility and other issues related to winter driving conditions.

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