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Is ‘Safety’ the forgotten attribute of used cars?

Volvo recently scooped an award for being the “safest family car under £15,000”. Always having a great safety record, Volvo…

Lancashire ‘Steady On’ commitment to reducing fall injuries

  Lancashire County Council has received national recognition for its commitment towards preventing people from being injured in falls. They…

Former WWE wrestlers pursue employers liability claims against company following brain injuries

More than 50 former WWE wrestlers have filed for legal action against the dominant sports entertainment company for breeches of…

Printing problems causing headaches for customers with faulty products

Taking products back to exchange when faulty is a very normal part of any retail business. Recently some customers have…

Injury at birth – A life altered

You will often find serious injuries at birth to be worth millions in compensation rather than the hundreds of thousands.…

Pokèmon GO – Gotta Catch ‘Em All (Safely)

Last week the newest incarnation of the popular game series Pokèmon was released in the US and within hours had…

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…

Time for insurers to abolish pre-med offers PI conference hears

Whiplash fraud was the talking point at the Liverpool Law Society Personal Injury conference, with firms from the surrounding region,…

Whiplash victim defies dishonest accusations to win claim

A whiplash victim from London, who was subjected to relentless accusations of dishonesty, won his claim when the defence realised…

Injured moped rider overcomes stubborn car park owner to get justice for fall

A stubborn car park owner turned out to be no match for our client, Shana McMahon, who successfully overcame denials…

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…

Dangerous dogs – The legal implications

Many people in the UK own a pet of some kind, with one of the most popular choices being a…

Stay Safe this St Patrick’s Day

Stay Safe this St Patrick’s Day   St Patrick’s day is a widely celebrated event all over the world, especially…

Families of deceased asbestos victims handed boost

The families of deceased asbestos victims have been handed a boost by the set up of a new procedure to help…

65 CMCs Warned over Referral Fee Ban Compliance

Up to 65 Claims Management Companies have been warned in regards to compliance with the referral fee ban in the…

Law Society hit back over inducement ban

The Law Society has hit back at the Government’s proposals to ban legal firms from offering an inducement in exchange…

Are headphones to blame for 40% NIHL claims rise?

A leading insurance group has revealed that, since the implementation of the Jackson Reforms, there has been an increase of…

ABI reaffirms its support for small claims limit increase

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has urged the government to increase the small claims limit from £1,000-£5,000 once more…

UK victims face financial & emotional hardship according to NAH report

A new report released by National Accident Helpline (NAH) in the last month has revealed that victims of personal injury…

New APIL president rouses personal injury industry

The new Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), John Spencer (pictured) has urged personal injury lawyers across the UK to…

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