What Counts As Contributory Negligence?
If you’ve been involved in a car accident and you bring a claim one of the defences that you may come up against could be ‘contributory negligence’. Sometimes accidents are not just one person’s fault; there are occasions when multiple people will be at fault, including the person bringing the claim. If you are injured […]Read More
The Importance Of A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Never Be Overlooked
In this day and age, legal help is always required and expert legal help more so. Wouldn’t it be welcome if the legal help arrived at your preferred location? Think of an emergency situation. It may be a medical emergency, an accident or any other such incident. The first most frustrating issue is the inability […]Read More
RESIDENTIAL GARAGE DOORS – Personal Injury Claims
Over the past 15 years, I have been involved in over 100 residential garage door injury cases and I am generally retained as the door expert almost equally by plaintiff and defense. I provide an unbiased neutral assessment of every claim. The following article is derived from various common conditions that have led to a […]Read More
What Is a No Win No Fee Agreement & 5 Key Questions To Ask Your Solicitor
In this article, we will explain what a No Win No Fee Agreement is and what questions you need to ask your solicitor before you sign one. What is No Win No Fee Definition: No Win No Fee (Proper legal name: Conditional Fee Agreement or Contingency Fee Agreement depending on which you use) is very […]Read More
What Is Subrogation and How Does It Affect Personal Injury Settlements?
When a personal injury claim goes to court for trial, compensation can be recovered, whether through a settlement or verdict. This monetary settlement is intended to cover the damages and losses associated with a victim’s injuries and successive recovery. In cases of egregious negligence or serious injuries, additional compensation may be awarded for pain and […]Read More
Will You Have to Go to Court?
When you bring a claim for either personal injury or clinical negligence one of your main concerns might be whether or not your case will go all the way to trial. Going to trial can be a daunting thought, the idea of standing in front of a Judge and having the Defendant’s pick your case […]Read More
How Long Do You Have to Bring a Claim?
You do not have an indefinite period in which to bring a claim. To prevent individuals from being sued for events that transpired many years previously (when all evidence of these events is likely to be difficult to locate or in poor condition) legislators have set a time limit on how long you have to […]Read More
Helpful Information About Bicycle Accident Injury Claims
It looks like spring might be here a little early this year, and that means more outdoor fun. Bicycles, tricycles, scooters, rollerblades, and more are all traditional springtime activities for adults, teens, and kids alike. It is a fun and healthy recreational pastime that allows us to get outdoors, spend time with our loved ones, […]Read More
Can You Claim for Emotional Distress?
I have had several people raise questions to me regarding what kinds of injury you can claim for in a Personal Injury or Clinical Negligence claim. Do mental health problems count as an injury? Is it just cuts, bruises, and broken bones? What about hurt feelings? Or emotional upset? Most people know and understand that […]Read More
How Long Will a Road Traffic Accident Claim Take?
One of the most popular questions that is asked during a Personal injury claim is how long will my claim take/why is my claim taking this long? Many people without a legal background and/or an understanding of legal procedure expect claims to run quickly, a couple of weeks maximum. But the reality is very different, […]Read More