Category Archives: Personal Injury

Reduction in value of your accident damaged car

If a car is damaged in an accident and is repaired the repair should be declared when it comes to selling the car. In any event the buyer may do a search which may reveal the accident damage. The buyer … Read more

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GDPR: Agreed & Soon To Be Delivered

The European Commission has announced that the European institutions consisting of representatives from all 28 member states have agreed on the text that will form the new General Data Protection Regulation.

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Distressed by Loss of Personal Data

It has been announced today that Morrisons’ employees are suing their employer for loss of their personal data, which they are likely to argue has caused or is causing them distress.

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Online Claims Portal Fosters Litigation

Personal Injury lawyers are now well-versed in the streamlined online claims portal system which, until recently, was confined purely to road traffic accidents worth less than £10,000.  But, now we have been using it for a couple of years, and … Read more

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Vital Health and Safety Protection Scrapped

From 1 October 2013 vital health and safety legislation will be watered down to reduce protection for employees who suffer personal injuries at work.

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Betting Company Not Liable to Compensate Employee Injured in Robbery

The Court of Appeal has held that the Ladbrokes betting company had not breached its statutory duties owed to employees by failing to prevent a robbery from occurring at the Claimant’s place of work.

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No Discrimination for Restaurant Refusing to Serve Takeaway Meals, Rules Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has rejected a claim by a disabled person that she was discriminated against by the owners of a restaurant who refused to provide her with meals to take away and consume away from the premises.

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Ladder Thief Denied Compensation

An alleged thief who was injured when he fell off the back of a van driven by his Uncle has lost his appeal against the dismissal of his claim for damages for the personal injuries that he sustained in the … Read more

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Whiplash Claims at Lowest Level for 4 Years

A Freedom of Information Request by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has revealed that whiplash claims in Britain fell again last year by nearly 60,000, bringing them to the same level as in 2008/2009.

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Brace Yourself for Jackson

Well, I have returned from a weeks’ holiday relaxed and refreshed and much as I would like to claim that it was conveniently timed to avoid the “Judgment Day” reforms that was, alas, a happy coincidence.

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