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Fatal Injuries At Work – Are You At Risk?
Most of us can expect to sustain an injury at work at some point during our lives. Depending on the industry in which a person is employed, injuries can be as insignificant as a paper cut or twisted ankle, to one more severe such as spinal damage, or the loss of a...
Smile, or You’re Fired! A Curious Case of Unfair Dismissal
If you ever thought that the only requirement to do any particular job was to know how to complete tasks in as efficient a manner as possible, it’s perhaps time to think again. In some instances – perhaps a lot more than you might have thought – the manner in which...
Famous Fists: The 10 Most Famous Celebrity Assaults
In any walk of life, an assault is a serious matter which should be dealt with by the appropriate authorities. We regularly read stories in the media in which people have let their tempers get the better of them, and as a result have hit out at another individual. In...
1.4% of UK Workforce Suffer Violence at Work: Infographic
Most employees in the UK would likely admit to feeling angry in the workplace every now and again. Causes could be anything from the pressure of imminent deadlines, to losing an important file, to that irritatingly loud colleague who really isn’t as funny as they’d...
All About Pavement Fall Compensation
Getting injured is never a pleasant experience, particularly if the injury that came about was in no way your fault. Having to devote time to resting and recuperating can be incredibly inconvenient and even expensive: you may end up losing earnings and even if your...
Bonfire Night and Firework Safety Survey The Results
You may remember a few weeks back, we hosted a survey on this site posing questions related to Bonfire Night and, more specifically, firework safety. We wanted to learn just how educated our site visitors are when it comes to handling fireworks correctly, and whether...
Police Investigating Surgeon Ian Paterson, for Allegations of Botched and Unnecessary Breast Cancer Procedures
UK headlines this morning are awash with the news of police investigations underway for a surgeon who has allegedly performed hundreds of botched – or completely unnecessary – breast cancer operations, at three hospitals located in the West Midlands. The reputation of...
Allergy Compensation Claims: National Nut Day
Today (22 October) is National Nut Day in the UK: an event to celebrate the nutritious, delicious and environmentally sustainable nature of all nuts. While eating nuts is enjoyed by many and can help skin glow and tresses shine, it is estimated 1 in 100...
Compensation for British Army Hearing Loss: What you need to know
The ability to clearly communicate with and respond to others is imperative for those considering a career in the British Army. This is why those found to be suffering from any of the following hearing disorders are not eligible to join: Existing ear drum...
Compensation Claims Through History
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Reported injuries to employees by kind of accident Infographic
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What to do if you have a car accident
Accidents happen, and whether your fault or not, it is good to know exactly what to do if you find yourself in that unpleasant situation. It happened to me when I was in my late teens, and if the other party’s dad was not there, neither me nor him would have known...
Which Football Horror Injuries do you Remember
The beautiful game can often turn ugly. Whether it’s poor play, aggression spilling over, or in the case of this post, the odd horrific injury, it is often not as beautiful as we like! As living proof of ‘the ugly game’ we have compiled a list of seven of the worst...
Medical Negligence: An Overview
It is a sad but unfortunately unavoidable fact of life that every day in the UK people can suffer or even die as a result of medical negligence, or when medical treatment falls short of the ideal. Obviously the vast majority of medical professionals expect themselves...
A Definition and Short History of No Win No Fee Claims
The type of arrangement between clients and solicitors now known as no win no fee was originally defined in the UK as a conditional fee. Also known as a contingent fee in the US, the principle is simple; a conditional fee is any fee payable for services where the fee...
- Can I claim compensation if I wasn't wearing a seatbelt?
- Can I make a claim if the accident was partially my fault?
- Could I claim compensation if the accident was my fault?
- What factors could affect the outcome of my claim?
- Do I need to report a road traffic accident to the police?
- Do I need to hire specialist road traffic accident solicitors for my compensation claim?
- How much will it cost me to make a claim?
- Can I get compensation for dental negligence?
- How long does a dental negligence compensation claim take?
- Can I still pursue a claim if I signed a consent form?
- What evidence do I need to support my claim?
- Are there time limits for make a dental compensation claim?
- Can I claim for lost wages?
- Could I get fired from my job if I make a claim?
- How will the criminal pay for my claim?
- Do I have to go to court?
- Is there a catch with no win no fee claims?
- What paperwork will I have to fill out?
- The car driver in my motorbike accident is denying they were at fault, what should I do?
- Should I report my motorcycle accident to the police?
- Are motorbike accidents really more common than other types of RTAs?
- How long after the medical negligence occurred am I eligible to make a claim?
- What evidence do I need to pursue a medical negligence claim?
- Can I claim for an error during laser eye surgery?
- Can I claim for birth injury?
- What types of accidents are associated with whiplash?
- I’ve been involved in a car accident, what should I do?
- I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when I was injured in a car accident, can I still claim?
- Do I have to use the law firm recommended by my insurance company
- How is criminal injury compensation calculated?
- What amount of compensation can I expect to receive if my claim is successful?
- How long will it take to make a medical negligence claim?
- What types of criminal injury can I claim compensation for?
- If I slip on a wet floor, can I claim?
- If trip on a carpet in a shop, can I claim?
- Who is responsible for my injuries if I fell in a public place?
- Can I claim if I slip on an icy pavement?
- Can I claim if I fell and injured myself at work?
- I fell on a wet floor with no warning sign, can I claim?
- If I trip on an uneven pavement, can I claim?
- I slipped in a supermarket, can I claim?
- Who is responsible if I trip in a public place?
- What information will be required to put a slip, trip or fall claim together?
- Isn’t a trip only a minor accident?
- What will I be claiming for if I trip or fall?
- Will I be able to claim if I slipped on snow?
- How are slipping claims assessed?
- Are my wages covered in a claim while I am off work?
- How do you calculate serious injury compensation?
- Can I claim if I am injured while using public transport?
- What is the best way to recover after a head injury?
- An accident has left me needing on-going care – can I claim for this?
- How is compensation calculated in the event of a limb being lost?
- Can I claim for medical expenses?
- Will I be compensated if my injuries force me to leave work?
- Will I still be allowed to claim if my injuries are delayed?
- Can I claim if I am electrocuted at home?
- Can I make a claim if I am injured by freak weather?
- Are councils responsible for icy paths?
- If a device is faulty and I am injured, can I make a claim?
- If I slip on an icy path, can I make a claim?
- If I’m injured by something I bought from a shop, who do I make the claim against?
- I’m not completely certain who was responsible for my injury – can I still make a claim?
- If faulty wiring causes a fire in my home, can I claim compensation?
- Can I claim compensation if I’m injured playing sport?
- Am I still able to claim even if no one was convicted of a crime?
- What is the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority?
- How long will it take to receive criminal injury compensation?
- How does the criminal injury claims process work?
- Is my claim guaranteed to be paid if I win?
- What if the criminal does not pay the compensation order?
- Nobody was arrested for the crime I suffered, can I still make a claim?
- How much criminal compensation can I expect to receive?
- How does criminal injury compensation differ from other types of injury cases?
- I was witness to a violent crime, can I make a claim?
- How are slipping claims assessed?
- How does the ‘no win, no fee’ system work?
- How long will my injury claim take?
- What is a no win no fee claim?
- What happens if I win?
- What happens if I lose?
- How much will I have to pay to start a no win no fee claim?
- Do all no win no fee claims have to be decided in court?
- Will I be out of pocket if I lose my no win no fee claim?
- Can every type of claim be pursued on a no win no fee basis?
- Can I make a compensation claim on behalf of someone else?
- Will I be able to make a motorbike accident claim on a no win no fee basis?
- I was injured on my bike by a pothole, what happens?
- As a person riding a motorbike, am I more likely to be involved in an accident?
- What should I do immediately following a motorbike accident?
- The other driver is saying I was at fault – can I still make a claim?
- I received head injuries caused by a faulty helmet, who should I claim against?
- A relative has died in a motorbike accident, can I claim compensation?
- I crashed my motorbike on black ice, will I be able to claim compensation?
- Can I claim for injuries even if there was no collision with my motorbike?
- Can I claim if my accident was caused by an object being left on the road?
- Can I claim for an anaesthetic error?
- Can I claim negligence compensation for misdiagnosis?
- Can I claim for MRSA and infections picked up in hospital?
- Am I eligible for compensation if I’m injured due to a surgical error?
- How does medical negligence differ from other injury claims?
- How is medical negligence compensation calculated?
- What kind of mistakes are categorised as medical negligence?
- I was given the wrong medication, can I make a claim?
- Is there any difference between claiming from the NHS and a private clinic?
- A member of my family died due to negligence – can I claim on their behalf?
- Will I need to go to the doctor to receive treatment for my whiplash?
- Am I able to claim compensation for a whiplash injury?
- Isn’t whiplash too minor to be worth claiming about?
- What are the symptoms of whiplash?
- What kind of accidents cause whiplash?
- How much compensation will I receive for a whiplash claim?
- Can whiplash occur even after a low speed collision?
- How can I prove I have a whiplash injury?
- I think I’ve suffered a whiplash injury, what should I do next?
- If I get whiplash, how long after the accident can I claim?
- How long does a car accident claim take?
- What to do immediately after a car accident
- What should I do immediately following a car accident?
- Do I need to be the driver in order to make a claim?
- Can I make a claim if my accident was caused by a poor driving surface?
- Shouldn’t I just leave things in the hands of my car insurance company?
- Can I claim for the psychological impact of a car accident?
- Can I claim if I’m injured by an airbag failure?
- How is compensation for car accident claims calculated?
- I was injured when my car hit a pothole, can I make a claim?
- Are car manufacturers responsible if an accident is not caused by driver error?
- If an accident is fatal, can a family member make a claim?
- I’ve been injured in a road traffic accident that was someone else’s fault, can I make a claim?
- Mechanical failure caused my road traffic accident – will I be able to claim compensation?
- Can I make a claim if I was a pedestrian involved in a road traffic accident?
- Is there a time limit to make a claim following a traffic accident?
- Can I claim after a hit and run accident?
- How do I make a road traffic accident claim?
- I was injured whilst crossing the road – can I make a claim?
- What if the accident was caused by mechanical malfunction?
- The other party is denying responsibility – should I still proceed with a claim?
- What happens if the other driver in my road accident is not insured?
- Am I covered in a taxi accident?
- Am I eligible to claim if I’ve had an accident due to tyre failure?
- How can I claim in a hit and run accident?
- Can I make a no win no fee accident at work claim?
- What rights do I have while making an accident at work claim?
- I hurt my back lifting at work, can I claim compensation?
- How would my employer pay for my claim?
- How long after my injury can I make a claim?
- Can I claim compensation for illness caused by my work?
- Will a compensation claim leave my employer out of pocket?
- What evidence will I need to back up my work injury claim?
- Will a work accident claim affect my future employment prospects?
- How do I know if my employer’s Health and Safety rules are correct?
- A machine at work malfunctioned; who is responsible?
- How do you calculate accident at work compensation?
- Am I eligible for work accident compensation?
- Can I make a claim for lost wages?
- Will I lose my job if I make a claim?