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This tragic case highlights the need for emergency services to follow the correct procedures and to look beyond merely the view of the patient themselves.
A girl who sustained serious brain injuries during her delivery has been awarded over £10 million damages by the High Court.
A Factory employee had to have his right arm amputated after it became entangled in a machine used in the banknote printing industry.
At the age of 13, Rachel Wisniewski was the victim of a vicious dog attack. At 19, she is studying Law at the University of Warwick and preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
A farm worker suffered serious injuries when he fell through a fragile cowshed roof and plunged three metres onto a concrete floor.
With £3.2million paid out we saw an increase in pothole compensation claims last year, the winter weather leaves the roads open to hazards for UK cyclists.
Sadly accidents and illnesses do happen whilst on holiday but in many cases you can claim compensation. Find out more.
Find out why Justin Beiber’s excuse for not completing his community service sentence is in fact a likely story with ankle injuries a common personal injury claim.
Old or poorly maintained boilers can release poisonous carbon monoxide gas which kills 1 person in the UK every week and leaves 4 more seriously ill.
Road traffic accidents are the most common cause of whiplash injuries in the UK and a lot of them result in compensation claims being made.
Symptoms of Asbestos exposure only become apparent years down the line which is why you need to take all the proper safety precautions today when working with Asbestos.
Employers in the UK have a duty to report accidents at work under the RIDDOR regulations. Will their records be enough to help you with a work accident compensation claim?
The Safer Lorry Scheme will come into force on 1st September 2015 requiring all vehicles in London weighing more than 3.5 tonnes to be fitted with side guards and extra mirrors.
A look at how Scotland was the centre of an asbestos industry before the truth about the asbestos related diseases was known.
Firefighting is a good example of an occupation where it can be said that it’s impossible to get rid of all the risks of workplace accidents given the dangers it inherently involves.
A London man unable to walk unaided since childhood becomes the first UK citizen to be fitted with revolutionary bionic leg brace.
Earlier this month the UK Government published a paper stating that it plans to increase court fees for certain claims.
Everyone feels stress at some point. A little bit of stress can even be good for you but long-term exposure to stress can be seriously bad for your health.
A Somerset butcher has returned to work with a prosthesis after losing a limb in a work accident.
Lucas Leiva is a young Brazilian man with a dream. Tonight he lines up in Liverpool’s midfield against Chelsea in the League Cup Semi-Final Second Leg at Stamford Bridge.