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The importance of a good quality witness statement in serious injury cases

Caroline Buckingham

In any claim for personal injury, witness statements form a vital part of the case. A good quality witness statement is of even greater importance in high value claims for spinal cord injuries.

Never discount the power of the insurance lobby

Sarmad Gassoub

The Ogden or ‘discount rate’ is applied to personal injury settlements when deciding the appropriate amount of money to award victims of negligence as a lump sum payment. 

Cycle safety

Matthew Claxson

As a keen cyclist I am delighted to have the better summer weather arrive to enjoy my chosen routes, and not surprising that there is an increased number of cyclists around on our roads with the same objective in mind.

Compensating victims of terror

Damian Horan

As the country picks itself up from the third appalling terrorist attack in three months many questions are being asked. Among them is, how can we ensure that the innocent victims of these atrocities and their families are properly supported with the care they deserve?

New Speeding Fines introduced from 24th April 2017

Matthew Claxson

Increased speeding fines are effective from Monday, 24th April 2017. The key difference is the introduction of a three band system that will determine a driver’s fine and number of penalty points.

Personal Injury Trust

Peter Stagg

If you are awarded compensation after suffering a personal injury, and you are also receiving means-tested benefits, it may surprise you to learn that your compensation could result in you losing your benefits.

How to fund a claim for personal injury compensation

Matthew Claxson

In a claim for personal injury compensation it is important your solicitor puts into place the best method of funding of the claim for you. 

The defendant admits fault but then alleges you are also at fault – what does that mean?

Matthew Claxson

If the defendant, admits responsibility for primarily causing the incident but then alleges you should bear some of that responsibility it is called “contributory negligence”. 

How can a Personal Accident Policy help you after a road traffic collision?

Matthew Claxson

A Personal Accident Policy (“PAP”) is often included as part of a policy of motor insurance, or purchased separately at the same time as an “add on” to that policy.

Winter is here, and the road surface is not in great shape!

Matthew Claxson

I put pen to paper after hearing a report that the state of our UK roads are deteriorating, that there is an increasing number of potholes, and the sum of money required to invest is substantial. 

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