Accidents at Work and Brexit

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I cannot remember a week like this where we have left Europe not just once, but twice. Whatever you voted, or whatever you think about Europe, we will all learn the detailed consequences of the vote to leave over the coming years. I doubt, however, if we will ever learn just how we lost to… Read more

Government aim to redefine personal injury damages

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A recent case dealing with the catastrophic effects of a new vaccine is set to go to the Court of Appeal as the Government seeks to further limit the rights of innocently injured citizens. In 2003 a swine flu panic swept the UK media fuelled by need to sell more newspapers. Hindsight they say is a… Read more

Mr P Haynes – Liverpool

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Mr Haynes is a client of ours whose accident at work claim recently settled. He got in touch by email to thank us: “I would like to thank Kate and Donna for all their help during this case and appreciate everything you guys have done for me. If at any point in the future i find… Read more

Compensation for assaulted cyclist

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The duty of an employer to protect people affected by its actions extends to protecting others from the actions of its employees. If an employee of a company causes somebody an injury in the course of their job, there is a case for the company to be liable. This means that compensation can be recovered… Read more

Pre-existing condition claim settles against dissolved company

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Pre-existing conditions The aggravation of a pre-existing condition is an aspect of a personal injury claim that we see in clients with medical conditions such as arthritis and degenerative diseases. Whilst an accident will not necessarily be the root cause of these injuries, it can ‘speed up’ the symptoms to levels they would have reached… Read more