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Wet roads and low visibility dangers on roads

Statistics released by officials from Cheshire recently demonstrated the increased need to be alert and attentive behind the wheel during…

Police want railway crossings upgraded

Police in Nantwich look to the council as they would like to see railway crossings upgraded for better public safety,…

Are holidaymakers not being protected?

“Safety precautions which would have been taken in this country were not applied in the same way in turkey” was…

Lifejackets ‘Should be law’ says marine investigators

3 accidents which killed 4 men recently have lead marine investigators to plead that having life jackets on trawlers should…

Real life experiences underpin safety campaign

“Safe Drive, Stay Alive” is a touring campaign utilising expertise from all three emergency services, with the aim to educate…

Basic errors lead to post natal death

Medical negligence cases can have some of the most serious consequences. That has unfortunately proven to be the case recently,…

Text/Drivers to be scared of new tech?

Texting while driving is a cardinal sin punishable with a fine and points on your license. Getting caught by police…

The price of one punch

One punch assault injuries and deaths are unfortunately becoming much more common. You will likely have seen one of the spate…

Mother takes legal action over “wrongful birth”

A devastated mother has taken a medical negligence legal suit against the NHS in a very sensitive issue regarding her…

Private ambulance crew leave widow grief stricken following mistake

A widow has claimed for medical negligence against a private ambulance crew who failed to spot or act on her…

Project EDWARD aims for 24 hours of safe roads

Over 1,700 people were killed on UK roads last year. This is an increase over the year before and with…

Firm fined £600,000 for gross negligence following death

A liquidated West Midlands company has been fined £600,000 and it’s manager given a 2 year suspended sentence, following the…

Will Autopilot Cars Drive Premiums Up?

Recently the world learned of a tragically unfortunate incident in which the first ever fatality at the wheel of a…

Health & Safety breach costs life as zoo fined following keeper’s death

A zoo in Cumbria has been fined £400,000, following the death of a keeper at the hands of a Sumatran…

APIL survey Scotland treated fairer for bereavement damages than the south

A survey conducted by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has revealed that of 2000 people, 80% think that…

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