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Gifts (not) in Disguise: Inducing Prospective PI Claims

New legislation that seeks to end the compensation culture has been unveiled in response to unabated levels of frivolous and fraudulent claims. Since the term was coined in the early Nineties in response to the litigious nature of the American … Continue reading 

Tree Surgeon Accident – Man Loses Foot

On the 23rd September 2011 Connor Harfield was working for a Tree Surgeon in Minehead, UK. He was using a wood chipper and, in an effort to push more brush through the chipper, he used his foot. Unfortunately, his shoe … Continue reading 

Salford Woman Makes Asbestos Claim

Penny Garner, a woman living in Salford, UK, found out in 2011 that she was suffering from mesothelioma. While this condition can have other causes, the most common, and likely, cause is that her condition was caused by exposure to … Continue reading 

Cowley Plant Tinitus Injury Claims Still Being Made

During the 60s, 70s and 80s the British Leyland, Rover and Pressed Steel plants at Cowley in Oxford employed nearly 25,000 workers at any one time. Since then, BMW have bought the plant. The work that many of those working … Continue reading 

Scottish Workplace Injury Claims on the Rise

A recent report has underlined what appears to be a worrying increase in workplace injury claims in Scotland. In 2011-12 the number of claims rose by over 20% against the previous year. When compared to the 3.7% increase seen in … Continue reading