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16th February 2012
The 32-year-old former soldier had been playing the arcade style machine when he hit the punch-ball and seriously injured his hand. He was rushed to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary where he was told he had of the severity of the injury to tendons in his hand. He required 12 stitches as well as surgery to have a metal plate inserted into his right hand.The injury…
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03rd February 2012
On the face of it, it seems to be an easy enough problem to understand and put right. Motor insurance, the insurance industry say, has become too expensive for some people over the past few years. This means, at best, that the majority of the population are paying too much for their motor insurance whilst already hard pressed in these difficult and austere times. At…
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16th January 2012
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19th December 2011
The two maintenance fitters suffered severe personal injuries when the door and supporting pillar of a roller shutter door they were trying to repair gave way.Workington Magistrates' Court heard that the incident, which took place 20 April 2009, caused both employees to suffer broken legs.One of the workers suffered a head injury when a section of the falling structure struck him on the head, splitting…
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21st October 2011
The Law Society Gazette reports the Justice Minister, Jonathan Djangoly, as saying that he is content to see Claims Management Companies (CMCs) forge closer ties with solicitors once the referral fee ban in personal injury cases has been introduced. So, he plans to ban referral fees but allow them by another name. One might be forgiven for asking the point of this legislation. Well now…
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16th September 2011
For many years now the Insurance Industry has complained noisily about the practice of solicitors paying referral fees to third parties, known as "claims farmers", to buy claims. Ken Clarke and the Government has now decided to ban this practice despite saying only as recently as early summer that they had no plans to ban referral fees. So why the change of policy? The change…
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26th August 2011
You may have read in the daily newspapers, or elsewhere, that the Government has decided to take action to stem the tide of what they, and the insurance industry, call the "compensation culture". Now, this phrase is not new; it was invented by the insurance industry at least 10 years ago. The insurance industry's argument has always been that this compensation culture was born out…
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12th May 2011
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04th October 2004
The Commercial Property Department is looking to recruit a fee-earner, preferably with some experience in Commercial Property, but we would consider anyone NQ up to 3/4 years PQE. Working as part of our Commercial Property team, the role involves dealing with commercial leases, acting for landlords and tenants, 1954 Act procedures, acquisition and disposal of commercial properties, commercial development (options, development agreements etc.) and some…
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