Trampoline-related injuries account for half of all emergency admissions for children under the age of 14 in the UK, according to the British Medical Journal.
This week, shocking news emerged about incidents at the Flip Out trampoline park in Ches...Read More
People suffering from asbestos-related lung cancer could finally get the compensation they rightfully deserve if a simple change in the law is made.
In a recent article in Insurance Post, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers explained what a...Read More
For those working in healthcare professions such as healthcare workers, where compassion and care are paramount, your safety is important.
However, in some cases incidents do happen, jeopardising the safety of those at work. We recently settled a ...Read More
As personal injury solicitors, we are aware of the negative stereotypes that often surround our profession.
Despite our commitment to providing legal support to those in need, we are often treated with contempt.
Our primary focus is representin...Read More
Bouncy castles and inflatables are common sights at birthday parties, carnivals, and family events.
However, these inflatable attractions can pose significant risks to the safety of those on them. Resulting in countless injuries every year.
Workplace safety is a critical aspect of any organisation, ensuring the well-being and protection of employees in their professional environment.
Unfortunately, not all employers prioritise safety measures, which can lead to devastating consequenc...Read More
Dog attacks are rare, despite a recent increase in the number of reported cases.
However, if a dog attacked you, it’s likely to have traumatic and severe consequences. In the United Kingdom, the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 plays a crucial role in ad...Read More
Women are less likely than men to claim compensation for a work-related injury or illness. Revealing a gender gap for workplace injuries.
Data analysis from The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) shows only 3% of women claim compensatio...Read More
The Welsh government is planning a national licensing scheme for tattoo artists. In doing so, Wales will become the first UK nation to introduce such a scheme.
The scheme, which aims to improve standards, will also cover other procedures.
The government has scraped a graduated licence programme despite a quarter of newly qualified motorists having an accident during their first two years of driving.
Government figures show that 400 young UK drivers have a serious or fatal injury ev...Read More