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Conditional Fee Agreements and ATE Insurance.

By Kirsty Fleeman The majority of personal injury cases are dealt with by way of a Conditional Fee Agreement. Conditional Fee Agreements are better known as ‘no win, no fee’ agreements. If successful the Claimant’s Solicitor will attempt to recover … Continue reading 

How much am I entitled to?

Date: 25.07.2012 By Azhar Sacranie If you are unfortunate to been injured in an accident which is not your fault, you will be entitled to bring a claim for compensation against the person responsible for the accident.  Everyone who brings … Continue reading 

SMEs Urged to Take Out Public Liability Insurance

If you follow the national news you will already be aware of the sharp increase in compensation claims over the past few years. Despite there being fewer accidents, the number of claims is still rising rapidly. This ‘compensation culture’ which … Continue reading 

Military Injury Claims Show 20 Fold Increase

In 2006 the armed forces introduced a scheme which was designed to enable injured troops to make claims for compensation. This scheme was set up in the hope that it would improve the level of care that these injured servicemen … Continue reading 

HSE Using Social Media to Change Public Perception

The HSE (Health and Safety Executive) suffer with a poor public reputation. Many people see them as the cause of our so called compensation culture. Most people you meet will have at least one story of how health and safety … Continue reading