Claire Roantree looks at one of the major causes of road accidents in the UK, distractions whilst driving.
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What happens if you have an accident due to something that is completely out of your control? Like sneezing!
Michael Wangermann explores unusual defences to personal injury claims.
As the Government progresses with smart motorway development, new polling from the Major Trauma Group finds less than a quarter of British adults feel safe travelling on motorways without a hard shoulder. 78 percent of British adults surveyed somewhat or strongly agreed that all smart motorways should include a hard shoulder, or more frequent emergency
When a loved one suffers injuries that means they require 24 hour support, there is a difficult decision to be made. Supporting family members can feel alone and isolated, concerned at the quality of care provided. Michael’s story provides an example of the steps that can be taken to improve the level and quality of care provided.
Paul Brown, of member firm Burnetts Solicitors, discusses how the NHS can recover their costs following a successful personal injury claim, and what more can be done to assist Air Ambulance services in order to recover theirs, to ensure that these fantastic services are being repaid.
77% percent of British adults surveyed agreed that their driving ability and ability to concentrate whilst operating a motor vehicle is negatively impacted after a day of video calls.
What does the law say about dog attacks and is it possible to claim compensation if you are injured after a dog attack?
It is crucial in major trauma cases that a person gets access to rehabilitation and support as soon as possible to enable them to make the best recovery and learn how to manage their injuries.
An overview of, and top tips for, Continuing Healthcare Funding which provides finance for additional support from the NHS and/or social services after suffering injury.