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No Win No Fee Portsmouth Industrial Injury disease claim Asbestos Mesothelioma Deaths Are At Its Highest In The City

A campaign group have said that Portsmouth has one of the largest death counts nationally to do with asbestos. The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) show statistics that every 11 people that have died out of every 200,000 who die this is because of asbestos. Comparing to a national average of five out of […]

Personal Injury Claims And Whiplash Compensation Culture Insurance bosses back Cameron

February 16, 2012 by  
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Downing Street have said that due to the cut in personal injury legal fees that the insurance industry have said to co-operate and pass on savings to customers. The Prime Minister David Cameron has criticised the compensation culture and has said to lower the now current fee of £1,200 for lawyers for the small personal […]

No Win No Fee Car Accident Solicitors Leicester Car crash two treated for injuries

February 15, 2012 by  
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On Thursday at about 5.30pm in Highway Road, Stoneygate, Leicester there was a car accident. It involved two cars and one of the cars had crashed right into a house and went through the porch. The house was damaged as a car was sent skidding across a garden and right into the porch. The house […]

No Win No Fee Car Accident Claims Police car accident two people injured

February 15, 2012 by  
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On Thursday at around 2.30pm a police traffic officer aged 33 and a colleague from another agency aged 57 were involved in a collision with a lorry. The police officer and his colleague had stopped there police car which was a Ford Mondeo to help some people who had broken down, they had broken on […]

Car accident claims – Police Officer found guilty of careless driving after hitting a car at 149mph

February 14, 2012 by  
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Officer Jacob Marshall has clipped a car that pulled out of a busy junction, a sheriff has said that the officer should have slowed down he was driving at 149mph. The officer was driving a volvo police car and driving at 140mph were he then clipped a private car on the M9. The car that […]

Car accident claim – Man set to appeal his sentence after killing his wife in a car crash

February 14, 2012 by  
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In 1994 a Mr Malcolm Webster aged 52 killed his wife in a staged car crash, the planned crash took place in Aberdeenshire were he killed Claire Morris aged 32 and she was his wife. Five years later in year 1999 he tried to kill his second wife in a car crash the same way […]

Personal Injury claims are Rising making UK Car Insurance Premiums Rise by 5.4 percent

February 12, 2012 by  
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According to Automobile Association Ltd the cost of claims are constantly rising bringing the UK car insurance premiums cost up. It has increased by 5.4 per cent in the fourth quarter. In the third quarter there was a small drop in insurance premiums. According to the AA’s Shop around Index (this tracks the cheapest quotes […]

Accident At Work & Workplace injuries & illnesses on decline in industry

February 10, 2012 by  
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  In the past ten years Louisiana has been credited for the drop in work injuries, illness and fatalities this is due to the education, along with exercising pre-emptive measures for all employers and employees. In 2010 the Bayou State had its lowest level of accidents at work since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration […]

Millions of pounds made by Lawyers claiming from the NHS negligence claims

February 9, 2012 by  
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  New figures have showed that £66 million per year is being earned by Lawyers through helping the patients to sue and put no win no fee solicitors claims from the NHS. According to the Ministry of Justice the total cost per year to the taxpayer from all the cases that win clinical negligence have […]

Possible Industrial Injury disease claims, If workers have caught any chemical related diseases

February 8, 2012 by  
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There was over 20 dock employees that have been sent to hospital because of the chemical spill at Seaforth Docks. The workers had inhaled fumes from the spill. A tank was being unloaded from a ship then flammable chemicals leaked from a tank. The spillage was on the quayside, so a team of specialists in […]

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