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No Court Required – Mediation and Personal Injury Claims

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No Court Required – Mediation and Personal Injury Claims We seldom stop to think about the human factor of personal injury law.  Tabloids newspapers love to pounce on stories of thousands, if not millions, of pounds in compensation being paid […]


Cerebral Palsy Claims – Medical Negligence

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If your child has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and the condition has been caused by the negligent act or omission of a health professional, you may be able to claim compensation Compensation payments for Cerebral Palsy can be significant, […]


A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful

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A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful Employees who have been hindered from bringing a claim against their employer in the Employment Tribunal because they cannot afford the fees were handed an […]


Personal Injury and the Police – Can I Sue For Compensation?

Personal Injury and the Police – Can I Sue For Compensation?

Personal Injury and the Police – Can I Sue For Compensation? One of this weeks major personal injury news stories concerned United Airlines and a 69-year-old doctor who was ripped from his seat by security agents at Chicago airport after […]


Snow, Ski, Sprain

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Snow, Ski, Sprain Ski season- for most people, January, February, March and early April find there is nothing some exciting adventure and the one thing that many of us look forward to is to ski! Sun, snow and speed; and […]


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