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Specialist personal injury claim solicitors dealing with all types of claim including clinical negligence, road accidents, work accidents and more
Blogs: Personal Injury
Author: Adam Manning, solicitor
Ramblings of a catastrophic injury lawyer at the coal face of personal injury law.
Good Substitution – a great goal
Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things – a Legal Scenario
12 Points about Visitors in Business Networking
Employment Tribunal Fees are unlawful, Supreme Court rules
Whittling at the spearhead of justice.
Court fees reforms - what do we pay our taxes for?
The Law Society's President at St Mary's Stadium
Publisher: Lawson West LLP
TRIPPING HAZARD ON FLOOR IN DEPARTMENT STORE
COLLISION BETWEEN FORKLIFTS INJURES WORKER
SLIPPY RUG ON FLOOR LEADS TO TOE CRUSH INJURY
TAXI FIRM AT FAULT AS CAB INJURES MAN AFTER NIGHT OUT
DOG BITE LEADS TO INJURY AND ANXIETY
FALLING POTS CAUSE SEVERE BRUISING
FALL ON ICE LEADS TO BROKEN RIBS AND PUNCTURED LUNG
TOPPLING MACHINE CAUSES INJURIES TO WORKER
Author: Box Legal
Insurers, taking the Rise again!
A false sense of security
An “Expert” View
Transferring the risk to the public purse: Government to cover GP’s against clinical negligence claims
Act in Haste, Repent at Leisure
ATE Product Portfolio Review
Occupational Disease Specialists
Publisher: John Das Limited
Author: Gordon Exall, barrister
Deals will all aspects of fatal accident litigation: damages; liability; procedure; coroner's courts.
COSTS: THE COSTS OF ATTENDING AN INQUEST: THE APPROPRIATE APPROACH
COSTS BUDGETING IN FATAL CASES WHERE THERE IS A CHILD
FATAL ACCIDENTS : COHABITEE IS (OR SHOULD BE) ENTITLED TO BEREAVEMENT PAYMENT
FATAL ACCIDENT DAMAGES: A RECENT CASE: LIFE EXPECTANCY; DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF SERVICES & LOSS OF CARE & ATTENTION
MUTUAL WILLS: A MATTER OF WITNESS CREDIBILITY
COMPENSATION FOLLOWING FATAL STABBING: HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CICA: “DOUBLE RECOVERY” NOT ALLOWED
THE DEAD CAN’T SUE: AN IMPORTANT REMINDER
FATAL ACCIDENT CLAIMS: A DEPENDANT’S LOSS OF EARNINGS CANNOT BE CLAIMED
Shares news, views and insights in Personal Injury law, medical negligence, mesothelioma and asbestos disease claims, brain injury claims, spinal injury claims, and international personal injury.
Sepsis: lack of funding for vital health services must not deter parents from seeking help
Too often, it takes tragedy for Network Rail to close dangerous railway crossings
Mark Bowman calls for change in 'illogical' traffic laws following Caixia Sun inquest
Finsbury Park terrorist attack: rebuilding lives
The importance of further research into the treatment of facial disfigurement
Tribute to fireman who died from asbestos contamination doing a job he loved
Tragedy of baby deaths at Nottingham City Hospital must generate change
Small but positive step in the ongoing fight against mesothelioma
Author: Senior Lawyer, North of England
An insiders view of the UK legal world - no holds barred discussion on topics that you want hear about. Law as youve never seen it before before. Enough of the fluff - legalspy gives it to you straight!
Cancer survival rates in England are lower than they should be
Slater & Gordons to buy Quindell..?
Legal Advice Online - for FREE...? Really??
Rob Terry steps down as chairman of Quindell
Quindell .. doubts emerge
Sexual Abuse Legal Claims On the Increase
Author: Peter Kirk, solicitor, Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors LLP
Personal injury news, updates and comments
Olympics – all you have to do is work hard
Cost of bicycle lights
Don’t trust an insurer
Direct approach from insurer to settle your injury claim. What do you do?
Car insurance premiums. Profit or loss.
Lawyers can seriously damage your health
Danger to cyclists
Harry Redknapp unscathed
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
The Benefits of Giving up Alcohol
No Need to feel Guilty about hiring a Medical Injury Lawyer
Some New Thoughts on Anterior Knee Pain – Mr John Mackinnon
Is It Time to Call in the WIP Doctor? – Edel Rome, Citadel Law
Accreditation of Medical Expert Witnesses – Mark Solon, Bond Solon
What Factors Should Influence Choosing a Physio for Your Client’s Rehab – Anne Wrightson, Thetford Physiotherapy Clinic
Editorial: How to Identify the Basic Hire Rate – Aidan Ellis, Temple Garden Chambers
Costs Budgets and Unallocated Part 8 Claims Issued Before 22 April 2014 – Thomas Crockett, 1 Chancery Lane
Author: Barristers at 1 Chancery Lane and PI Calculator
Up to date commentary on all legal aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence case law, whilst adding in a little extra.
Part 36 v Part 45 – Which is winning Round 2?
Does ‘fundamental dishonesty’ need to be explicitly pleaded and/or put to a claimant in cross-examination?
The divisibility of psychiatric injury and taking the stress out of apportionment
Costs Consequences of Late Acceptance of Part 36 Offers: recent guidance from the Court of Appeal
The relevance of local living standards in the assessment of damages
Causation in Medical Consent Cases post-Montgomery: two 2017 cases
Costs consequences of refusing to engage with ADR proposals are not automatic
What is “unreasonable behaviour” for the purposes of Small Claims Track Costs?
Author: Amanda Yip QC
The Discount Rate: Getting Behind the Headlines
Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Part 2 (Individuals & Families)
Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Part 1 (Experts, Litigators & Courts)
CFA's - picking the right terms under APIL/PIBA 9
"The Compensation Culture" : Why Melanie Reid has got it wrong
Are you a fighter or a settler? ... or maybe both?
Mediation in Personal Injury Claims - Thinking Outside the Box
Litigation: Adding insult to injury?