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Severely Wounded Soldier to be Sent Back – Accident Claims

April 11, 2012 by  
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A Selby soldier who was severely wounded while his armoured vehicle was destroyed when serving in Afghanistan has been asked to revisit the war zone in September, for a six-month period. Lance Corporal James Grundy of the Royal Engineers was on patrol with three associates of his troop 21 Regiment while an Improvised Explosive Device […]

Railway Workplace Fined 1 Million Cash in Injury Claim

April 7, 2012 by  
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Andy Barati, a Metro-North Railroad employee, was granted over 1 million by a national jury in disciplinary impairments, regarding his complaint indicting the commuter railway of penalizing him for informing an injury. In addition, the jury awarded 50,000 cash to Andy Barati for abandoned earnings, grief, distress and mutilation. Barati said he was mistakenly punished […]

Inquest rules that a worker at Portland dockyard died due to exposure to asbestos.

April 4, 2012 by  
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Exposure to asbestos during work is the cause of death of a worker at the Portland dockyard. The inquest ruled that he died due to an industrial disease, which is the technical term signifying death due to exposure to asbestos. John William Harrison who lived in Plaister Lance in Sutton Poyntzworked worked as a carpenter […]

Victims of tabloid press urge Cameron to spare privacy and libel cases from conditional fee agreements

April 2, 2012 by  
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    David Cameron is facing intense pressure to review his government’s proposed refrom to the ‘No win, no fee’ legal agreements. Most campaigners, who are urging for a halt to revise the conditional fee agreements (CFAs), are themselves victims of tabloid excesses including Kate and Gerry McCann who are parents of Madeleine, the girl […]

Whiplash claims decline, Insurance companies take a breather

April 1, 2012 by  
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What could be common between Charles Dickens and CEO of Admiral, Henry Engelhard, who are two centuries apart? ‘Tale of two cities,’ Dickens’ famous book begins with “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness”. This perfectly fits with […]

Medway stands second in asbestos mesothelioma industrial disease death rates countrywide

March 30, 2012 by  
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Between 2006 and 2010, mesothelioma claimed the lives of 104 people – these statistics are based on facts from the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). This figure is in relation to the areas surrounding and including the Chatham dockyard which witnessed a death rate of 6.5 per 100,000 people in the earlier mentioned time […]

Young girl left with cerebral palsy and severe disabilities wins multi-million claim against negligent staff of Northampton General Hospital

March 27, 2012 by  
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Ten-year-old Hannah Louise Gudd recently won a multi-million pound settlement from Northampton General Hospital (NGH), following an incident of medical negligence at her birth, which blinded her and left her able to feed only on a tube.   On April 1st 2001, oversight on the part of hospital authorities resulted in Hannah’s brain being starved […]

Brain injuries at birth, Compensation Claim her family fear for other families in their position withthe new changes for legal aid

March 20, 2012 by  
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Olivia Collis is a eight year old girl who suffered complications before her birth which has now left her with brain injuries for life. Her parents and family from Cardiff are worried that due to the future changes with the legal aid that families in their position with similar injuries are not going to get […]

The changes to the no win no fee in the UK will prevent the human rights say the Amnesty!

March 13, 2012 by  
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In the house of lords this week the government have been out voted six different times about the ammendments over the legal aid, sentencing and punishment of offenders bill. They want to save about £350 million per year from the Ministry of justive budget. The amnesty international have asked the House of Lords to stop […]

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