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The health and safety risks of a burn injury in the workplace

The workplace is not, of course, the only place you can sustain painful burns but some of them, at least if you work in heavy manufacturing or the chemical industry, are unfortunately the places you could receive some of the most severe burn injuries. It therefore becomes critical across all work sectors, and especially in […]

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Has your job affected your health?

Every year, countless workers are made ill by their job. Suffering from an industrial disease often only becomes evident after many years – often as a direct result of being exposed to an unsafe working practice or a dangerous substance at work over a long period or dangerous chemicals in breach of the COSH regulations. […]

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Employment Lawyer selection – top tips

It is unfortunately true in the UK that sometimes employment claims are handled by lawyers that have very little experience in employment law. Regardless of the claim type, whether it be pursuing or defending an age discrimination claim, bringing or defending an application for unfair dismissal compensation or negotiating a Compromise Agreement, here are some […]

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Funding my compensation claim

As you might expect, there are certain costs attached to making any personal injury or medical negligence claim that it is certainly worth knowing about if you plan to progress with your case. However, there are various methods of funding your claim that mean you won’t lose any money and so it’s definitely worth being […]

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Our employment law websites – an update

Our skilled, experienced solicitors work on a wide range of employment law issues. Dealing with everything from unfair dismissal and employment tribunals, to pregnancy discrimination and equal pay claims, they are able to assist with many different legal matters. You can read more about both our services and helpful websites below. http://www.employmenttribunalclaim.co.uk There are lots […]

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Referral fee ban – Labour Party hypocrisy

Like most people, I really don’t like hypocrisy. I was therefore amazed to find out today from the Daily Telegraph that over the last 10 years, the Labour Party have apparently had over £355,000 in what are effectively referral fees from personal injury solicitors Flint Bishop for referral fees for accident claims. The injury claim […]

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What Personal Injury accidents can I claim compensation for?

If you have suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault you may well be eligible for personal injury compensation and it is your legal and civil right to make an accident claim and get your life back on track as soon as possible.  There are many types that you can claim […]

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Do I need a Solicitor or Barrister to represent me in my Employment Tribunal claim?

 You should spend a great deal of time considering whether you are going to employ the services of a legal professional for your dismissal claim at the Employment Tribunal. If you have limited experience with employment tribunal solicitors and barristers, you may be unsure of who you should employ. Here are your options: · Using […]

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New horse riding accidents claim website

We have just launched another new WordPress website – this one dealing with compensation claims which may arise out of horse riding accidents. Amongst the many issues dealt with on the new site are the following; Common types of horse riding claims The types of horse accident compensation that can be claimed for Horse riding […]

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Medical negligence reforms –warning shots from House of Commons committee

A report published today by the health committee of the House of Commons, warns that government plans to alter the way that medical negligence claims are funded could both undermine access to justice as well as reducing the level of compensation for some of the most seriously injured victims of medical negligence. In particular, the […]

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