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David –v- Goliath

David –v- Goliath

The personal injury lawyer is now commonly referred to as “the ambulance chaser”, a term that has been coined over the last decade to describe the self- promoting lawyer, who fabricates claims to make a fast buck, which in turn increases insurance premiums. It is fair to say that the industry is frowned upon by many. So where would we be without the “unscrupulous personal injury lawyer”? Read more

Employer's guide to Stress At Work

Employer's guide to Stress At Work

Work related stress is every employer's nightmare when it features on a sick note. It's associated with an automatic right on the part of the employee to point the finger at the employer as not having acted appropriately towards them throughout the course of their employment and therefore guaranteed success for a personal injury claim. However, that's not quite the assumption that should be made. Read more

The Effect of the General Election on Personal Injury Law

The Effect of the General Election on Personal Injury Law

The newly elected Conservative government this may lead to a continuation of the cuts and restriction on costs in personal injury claims. I will now consider how that might apply over the next parliamentary term between 2015 and 2020 and how this may have differed depending on the result from the ballot box on 7 May 2015. Read more

Poor Workstation Posture Causes Back Injuries At Work

Poor Workstation Posture Causes Back Injuries At Work

A lack of understanding of correct posture at workstations still causes thousands to suffer back injuries at work. Read more

Back injury claims caused by pushing and pulling loads

Back injury claims caused by pushing and pulling loads

Despite the fact the the manual handling regulations requires a load to be pushed or pulled rather than being carried compensation claims still arise mostly from pushing and pulling loads Read more

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