Slip-and-Fall accidents - legal duties of local authorities, businesses and employers

As winter unfolds, there will soon be snow, frost and ice on the ground. What are the legal duties of local authorities, businesses and employers?

New code of conduct for personal injury claims

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has unveiled its new voluntary code of conduct for members dealing with road traffic accidents.

Solution to whiplash injuries lies in motorists behaviour

This week is Road Safety Week, and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) claim that many whiplash injuries could be avoided if motorists stop driving too close to the vehicle in front.

Cosmetic surgery industry to be more closely regulated

A review commissioned by the Department of Health in England has recommended a series of measures to better protect cosmetic surgery patients.

Update on whiplash claims

Today, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has backed proposals to make it more difficult for persons suffering injuries to their neck and back (so called "˜whiplash injuries') to bring claims for compensation against the negligent party.

New Dog Attack Laws

The government has announced that from April 2016, all dogs in England will have to be micro chipped as part of an attempt to cut the number of strays and make pet owners more responsible for their animals.

New whiplash proposals

The government plans to unveil its long-awaited consultation on increasing the small claims limit for road traffic personal injury cases from £1,000 to £5,000.

From accident victim to commodity a short guide from Fraser Brown

The Government has recently announced its intentions to make it unlawful for insurers to take referral fees from legal organisations bidding to handle compensation cases after accidents.

Is Your Injury Claim for Sale?

The former Labour cabinet minister Jack Straw has been hitting the headlines this week with his exposure of the now widespread practise of buying and selling personal injury claims...

Liability for Sporting Injuries

Injuries are perhaps an inevitable part of any physical activity, and sports are no different. Should a person suffer a serious injury on a sporting playing field, a variety of persons can be found liable.

New Process Will Speed Up Compensation Claims

Most compensation claims arise out of road accidents where the amount of compensation is less than £10,000&...

Personal Injury Q & A

I was involved in a road accident some weeks ago. I was waiting at a set of traffic lights when my car was hit from behind by another vehicle...

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