Everyone will have seen those adverts on TV for personal injury specialists during the last few years. The number of people making claims for accidents has more than doubled in the last five years. That is because more folks now realise they are legally entitled to compensation for the injuries sustained. If you should suffer a trip or fall at some point soon that wasn’t your fault, you should follow the process listed below. It’s important that you gather all the best evidence to support your case. While most people like to settle out of court; you’ll still need enough proof to convince a judge if that doesn’t happen.
Look for witnesses
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Having to make a claim is never easy, mainly because you will be involved in an unpleasant situation beforehand. What makes it even worse is the fact that the process is so convoluted and full of pressure. Making a claim can be done, but you just have to be aware of a few things first otherwise you can end up making a big mistake. Check out everything you should know about compensation before you make a claim below.
Both Parties Have To Agree
Just because you think you are in the right doesn’t mean that the process will go smoothly when you claim compensation. Even if the people in the wrong are definitely in the wrong, they will fight it if they have half a chance. No one wants to admit g Continue Reading Story >>>
A report has said that if special measures had not been put in place in 11 failing hospitals, hundreds of deaths could have occurred.
The report by the Doctor Foster analysis company focuses on hospitals that are performing at a poor level. This new report follows in the wake of the Stafford hospital scandal.
Studies have shown that after emergency measures were put in place, death rates in these hospitals fell.
But, according to the Labour Party, problems on hospital wards still exist.
The Stafford Hospital scandal surrounds hundreds of cases of appalling patient care that took place leading up to 2008. Inquiries have suggested that some people may have die Continue Reading Story >>>
Students often decide to take a gap year before or after university. As well as students, many people already in full-time work also decide to take a year out to travel or do something different. While a lot of people choose to travel the world during their gap year, you don’t even have to leave the UK to have a life-changing experience. Whether you want to explore the country, volunteer somewhere or get a new job for the year, you can have a fantastic gap year without leaving home. If you’re unconvinced, read on to find out how to make the best of your gap year right here in the UK.
Your gap year should be a time when you can enrich your life, meeting new people ar Continue Reading Story >>>
When you need a lawyer, finding the right expert for your case can prove to be a difficult task. For ordinary people who may not know much about any field of law, looking at different types of lawyer can be confusing. Should you find a specialist lawyer? Do you need a solicitor or a barrister? People need lawyers for all kinds of things, so it makes sense that hiring a lawyer isn’t a case of ‘one size fits all.’ You’re unlikely to want the same lawyer for fighting a custody case as you want for buying a house. But where do you start when you’re looking for a lawyer? Some specialisms seem quite straightforward – for example, it’s obvious what personal Continue Reading Story >>>