A recent survey has shown that despite the media’s conclusion that we now live in a ‘claim culture’, personal injury claims for compensation are still viewed by the majority as being ‘fair’ if someone has been injured as a result of an accident that wasn’t their fault.
A woman who suffered severe brain damage after nearly drowning 13 years ago during a school swimming lesson has won the right to bring a compensation claim against the local education authority.
Racecourses across England may need a review of safety measures after a jockey has successfully claimed compensation after falling from his horse and fracturing his pelvis.
Recent figures show that Lancashire County Council has paid out thousands of pounds worth of compensation to children who have sustained injury as a result of accidents at school.
As the weather turns colder it is inevitable that more potholes will appear on our roads. These potholes are hazardous to any road users, but can have particular consequences for cyclists.
A woman from Lancashire has been awarded £175,000 compensation after being involved in an accident involving a Quad Bike whilst working in Tasmania.
A former rugby player has received sports injury compensation after he suffered a severe injury which ruined his rugby career.
A shopper injured in an accident whilst shopping will receive compensation from one of the large supermarket chains.
A recent report by the South West Public Health Observatory (SWPHO) shows comparisons of accidents and injuries across England and highlights regional variances, but also highlights the harrowing facts that there are nearly 11,000 fatal accidents each year which could be preventable.