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Dog biting incidents – schoolgirl savaged to death

Tragic news spreads across the country in what appears to be yet another vicious dog biting incident. Teenager, Jade Anderson who was 14 years old was staying at her friend’s house for the start of the Easter holidays. It is understood that Jade was sat eating her lunch when two Staffordshire bull terriers, a blue mastiff…

Considering a Personal Injury Claim? Act now!

In April 2013 the law on how a Personal Injury claim is funded is set to change. Currently a personal injury claim would be funded by way of a ‘no win – no fee’ agreement. This arrangement effectively means that if your case is unsuccessful or abandoned, you will not be charged for the work carried out. However, for successful cases, change…

Lighting at work – the modern office environment

Lighting in the workplace is a subject often never considered by Employers and Employees given that in workplaces there are generally hazards which result in much more immediate and potentially debilitating injuries. The effect of poor lighting in a workplace however should not be underestimated. For one, safe and suitable lighting is important in ensuring…

Putting a stop to unsolicited personal injury texts

It is with some relief, that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has finally (albeit belatedly) acted to bring some account for the constant annoyance of unsolicited spam texts  being sent out claiming that “according to our records”, the recipient “is entitled to £3750.00” for “your Accident / Personal Injury / PII claim”. The amount varies…

Cycle injury claim – what you need to know

It has been reported Bradley Wiggins has suffered a cycle injury following a crash with a van whilst he was riding near his home. We would like to outline the basic details you need to obtain to enable you to start a personal injury compensation claim. At the scene and if you are able to you should…

Miracles do happen

Half the sporting world and more will have watched the final day of the Ryder Cup This was one of the most fascinating TV coverage’s of a mainstream sport In the last 50 years Sport is a joy to watch when played in the right manner with skills that cannot normally be matched by the…

Consumers in the dark about ‘no win no fee’

A recent survey has highlighted that consumers are struggling to understand one of the most commonly used phrases in the legal profession ‘no win no fee’. The survey found that over 70% of consumers do not understand the concept and are largely unaware of the extent of the legal expenses covered within their insurance policies.…

Accident at work

The recent news about a Policeman shot whilst on a training course has certainly made people think. One day you’re going in to work as you do every day, the next day you are injured. Whilst there are not many of us for whom the consequences of an accident are death (let’s face it, there aren’t that many of us that go on courses involving the use of live ammunition) there is always the possibility of being injured whilst at work.

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