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Archive of: Personal Injury

Urban Myth Buster - Can homeowners be sued if they clear snow or ice from driveways or paths if someone then slips on it and hurts themselves?

As the snow falls heavily across the UK in the grip of the ‘Beast from the East’, homeowners are busy digging out snow and creating neat pathways to their doors. Some neighbourly-spirited folk are even clearing the public footpaths and roads outside their house too.

But what if a visiting Postie (or anyone else for that matter) slips on your path and breaks their arm? What then? Could they sue you

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Fundamental Dishonesty – Why would you?

Morgan Jones Pett lawyer, Simon Bransby, writes about fraudulent injury claims and asks, why would you?

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Personal Injury Glossary

We’ve created a helpful glossary that explains legal jargon in personal injury and clinical negligence claims.

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Liability in Road Traffic Accidents

Road traffic accidents can and do take all shapes and forms…

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Is this the beginning of the end for whiplash claims?

Sara Westwood considers the Governments intentions to introduce legislation to limit the compensation paid to the innocent victims of road traffic accidents.

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NHSLA Rebrand

The National Health Service Litigation Authority (NHSLA) are rebranding, what changes can we expect?

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Would I be able to claim for my injury in the future?

As a result of persistent lobbying by the insurance industry the Government will bring in legislation in October 2018, to restrict and reduce claims and cap the compensation payable for people who have been injured in road traffic accidents.

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Good Citizens Urged to step up in Snowy Weather

People should help their fellow citizens this winter without fear of being sued, say lawyers as the Met Office issues severe weather warnings for snow and ice across parts of Britain this week.

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