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Six weeks to protect claimants

The Ministry of Justice will hold a consultation over their decision to alter the personal injury discount rate. Insurers and solicitors…

Economists reveal reforms won’t lower premiums

Motorists will lose out. That is the message from economist reports in relation to the soft tissue claim reforms. Designed…

Social responsibility crackdown sees drivers stopped

Within 2 weeks of new legislation regarding mobile phone usage, many authorities find themselves engaged in projects to enforce the…

Woman who suffered injury in supermarket wins compensation claim

A North Lincolnshire woman, who suffered a knee injury when she tripped over some newspaper binding in a supermarket, has…

Welcome to Lent – What are you giving up?

Lent is a season many people like to participate in. Regardless of your religious orientation, it can be beneficial. Going…

Soft tissue injury victims to be severely hampered by new reforms

Motorists who suffer soft tissue injuries in road traffic accidents will be hit by new government reform that will severely hamper…

Arriva warns youths against dangerous “bus surfing”

Arriva bus has warned potential joyriders of the risks attached to hitching a ride on the back buses and lorries.…

End the “Deny, delay, defend” culture NHS bosses!

It is not a new problem. Go back to 2013 and you will find reports published stating the NHS is…

The 4 reasons why people don’t claim compensation, but should!

According to a recent report, almost two-fifths of personal injury victims didn’t claim compensation. The reasons include not wanting to…

Will new soldier compensation harm more than help?

A new compensation scheme which aims to keep legal action to a minimum may have as many cons and it…

New stem cell testing positive – but how long to implement?

Stem cell research is a vital tool for researching and medical care for a number of years. These cells have the…

New legislation against laser pointers at vehicles

Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has announced legislation to punish people who shine laser pointers into cockpits, train cabs and cars.…

Crash test shows how far car safety has come

Twenty years ago the European New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) was launched in order to improve safety during a collision.…

European ruling to better protect claimants

A landmark piece of legislation has just been passed that could help protect legitimately injured claimants from not being able…

New spinal therapy able to overcome paralysis?

Fresh hope has been given to those who have suffered paralysis as a result of a serious spinal injury, following…

North West blood courier service given boost

A voluntary courier service that helps deliver vital medical supplies out of hours has been given an injection of £25,000.…

Dealing with dog bites

Hopefully you, your family and friends will never be required to deal with a dog bite. In the UK most…

Bringing Awareness: Fibromyalgia

What is fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition that causes widespread pain across the body. Sufferers of fibromyalgia describe this…

Why are the whiplash reforms a ‘false narrative’?

The insurance industry and the government have for three years reported that the UK faces a “fraudulent claims” epidemic. This…

Holiday Sickness, Why are claimants not hotels being punished?

Claimants are currently under fire from hoteliers and holiday company governing bodies as ABTA has attacked the rising number of…

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