Injury solicitors have recently warned that the new Legal Aid bill will limit access to justice to many victims of medical negligence.
Injury solicitors have begun to strike back against legal reforms to be instituted by the Government by warning injured individuals to not tarry in making accident claims.
At least £300,000 in personal injury compensation is being sought by one man from Sheffield after he was left partially disabled while disembarking from a bus, leaving him to bring a car accident claim against the parties involved in the incident.
After falling from a film set, one volunteer costume designer, who suffered serious personal injuries in the tumble, may seek personal injury compensation from the National Film and Television School.
Injury solicitors recently won a personal injury compensation case on behalf of a Stoke-on-Trent female horse rider in the wake of an equestrian accident that left her with a broken neck.
After his feet suffered severe crush injuries whilst on the job, one Gateshead steel worker may be considering a work accident claim in search of compensation for his injuries.
After an unsuccessful claim for damages based on the disruption of their lives by a nearby landfill, one group of residents from Ware recently lost their battle for personal injury compensation in the High Court.
One work accident claim has led to a fine for a Shirebrook-based welding firm near Mansfield following an employee sustaining serious personal injuries after a fall from height.
According to one motoring expert the 40 per cent rise in car insurance premiums can be attributed in part to an increase in the number of injury solicitors at work in the UK.
Accident claim experts have stated that the justice secretary’s recently announced crackdown on no win no fee legal claims may be more in the hands of the public than the government.
One London carpenter is to claim personal injury compensation from his employer after he fell from a temporary platform ten metres above the ground.
While the Lord Chancellor reviews the discount rate that is applied to all personal injury claim compensation awards in the UK, injury solicitors have stated that a change in the discount rate could lead to an increase in awards to successful claimants.
Justice Secretary Ken Clarke has recently announced he has plans to conduct an overhaul of the no win no fee legal regulations in both England and Wales.
After he fell through a skylight while on the job, one twenty-seven year old construction worker recently suffered a serious personal injury at work.
Legal experts have recently reminded those who have filed personal injury claims to not forget the benefits of rehabilitation in order to speed injury recovery.
Injury solicitors have recently found themselves on a bit of a sticky wicket due to government proposals looking to completely remove medical negligence from the scope of legal aid due to CFA availability.
Injury solicitors in Scotland have recently raised concerns that the government’s current plan to change the clocks to bring an hour of sunlight later into the evening could end up causing more car accident claims.
According to the comments of one senior judge, unions in the UK have milked millions of pounds from the government through the use of no win no fee legal representation.
One thirteen year old girl has recently been awarded £8 million in personal injury compensation for the injuries she sustained during her birth.
The personal injury lawyers of one client recently won a £100,000 traffic accident claim settlement after her insurance company offered her only £14,000 in compensation for her injuries.