personal injury

If you were injured doing your job and could no longer work or faced ongoing medical problems you might, as thousands of
Parents assume that the schools will look after their children at least as well or better than they do themselves. However, what if something untoward happens during the school day?
Potholes can be a motorist's worst nightmare. Even the sound of driving over one is enough to merit a short intake of breath - oh no, the car! With the government's recent proposal to spend £6 billion on repairing potholes, this issue has once again entered the limelight. But what should motorists do if a pothole damaged their vehicle or caused a personal injury?
It's clear that nuisance calls and texts have become a daily problem for many people. They not only cause frustration, but they can even be distressing and intimidating. We've had more than 1,600 comments about nuisance calls and texts on our website and many of them had the same theme - 'why isn't something being done?' Our research also found that in the last three months, seven in 10 people received unsolicited calls and four in 10 an unwanted text.
Politicians often feel the pressure to do things quickly, to display a sense of urgency. Yet so often, rushed decision making means they get it wrong. Unless they take steps to establish the impact of their proposals, how can they know that they will achieve their objectives?
2013 is a year of big change for personal injury, but change is not always progress.
Personal injury claims have increased by 60 percent over the past six years while accidents have reduced by a fifth, but this doesn't necessarily mean that the increase is purely due to bogus claims.
Anyone who has ever had their dinner interrupted by a telephone call about how much compensation they could claim for their 'accident' is right to be frustrated, particularly when they know they are not entitled to any.
The insurance industry has promised to pass on savings to customers after a cut in personal injury legal fees, Downing Street
You may have heard marketing spiel from insurers recently pointing out that when an uninsured driver hits your car, "don't
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The payment of referral fees in personal injury cases will be banned in a bid to tackle rising insurance