Archive for October, 2017

Thomas v Hugh James Ford Simey Solicitors [2017] EWCA Civ 1303

Mr Thomas brought a professional negligence claim against his previous solicitors for allegedly settling his claim in respect of Vibration White Finger for an under-value. He argued that he had not received proper advice in respect of special damages (in particular in respect of gratuitous care and assistance received) and so had accepted an offer […]

October 28, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Bizarre use of a No Win No Fee agreement

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. The below article on no win no fee from solicitors is from https://www.irelandpersonalinjuryadvice.com/no-win-no-fee-solicitors-dublin/ more information can be obtained by contacting the law firm directly. No Win No Fee agreements are widely used by the legal profession in Personal Injury and Medical Negligence claims for […]

October 25, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Common Personal Injuries Sustained at Work

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. The companies and organizations for which we work do their best to keep all their employees safe from harm. Of course, accidents can happen. Accidents may be more common in certain job fields, but we all know that accidents can happen to anyone and […]

October 25, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Tips For Hiring a Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. The American dream of liberty and justice for all. It is a beautiful idea planned out centuries ago by the founding fathers. Their system, everyone’s right to a fair trial with a judge and a jury of their peers, is a system still practiced […]

October 18, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Darrell Baker (A Protected Party by his Litigation Friend Kerry Baker) v British Gas Services and J&L Electrics (Lye) Limited [2017] EWHC 2302 (QB)

The Claimant, an electrician, brought a claim for personal injuries arising out of an electric shock he sustained while repairing a light fitting. As a result of the shock he suffered a cardiac arrest and fell from a height, suffering a severe brain injury. The trial on liability centred on how the defect arose, and […]

October 16, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Top 5 Workplace Injuries

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. The safety of workers is very important in every workplace. Workers dedicate their time and energy to ensuring the success of the organizations they work for and it is only fair that the organizations provide them with a safe environment to carry out their […]

October 13, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Common construction worker injuries

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. All jobs come with some risk. However, construction workers face more risk than most. Every day that they show up to work, there is a chance of injury. And although most employers try to prevent workplace injuries, it’s impossible to guarantee that incidents don’t […]

October 12, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Injuries at the Workplace: Who’s Responsible?

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Injuries and accidents happen every time. They happen at the office and at home. They happen when you are driving and even when you are taking a walk at the park. Injuries and accidents are unfortunate events that are sometimes beyond our control. Accidents, […]

October 9, 2017 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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