Accident claims law blogs & personal injury blawgs

Guest accident claims law blogs and personal injury blawgs from lawyers, solicitors and legal professionals.

Solid Claims: 5 Things to Discuss With Your Attorney About Your Accident Claim

by Legal Author September 2, 2018 Accident Claims Law

You’ve seen all the ads everywhere for accident attorneys right? So you know there’s plenty out there and how to find them. What next though? What are some things you need to stay on top of to ensure a good settlement? You need to know what you’re doing so that nothing is left on the […]

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Involved in a Car Accident In Florida Without Insurance? Follow these Crucial Steps

by Legal Author February 26, 2018 Accident Claims Law

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Bureau of Motorist Compliance holds motorists responsible for purchasing car insurance, and they hold those who cause traffic accidents liable for the damages they cause. If you are without car insurance and you hit another car, you’ll face criminal charges. You’ll pay a fine that ranges […]

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Workers’ Compensation in Western Australia: The difference between workers’ compensation claims & common law claims?

by Evie Coles August 18, 2015 Accident Claims Law

Workers’ Compensation Insurance is Compulsory for all Western Australian employers In Western Australia, the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 (the Workers Compensation Act) creates a legislative compensation system which exists to assist injured workers to claim compensation for their injuries on a no fault basis.  The purpose of this system is to ensure that […]

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Whiplash personal injury claims slashed following reform

by JamesBooker October 30, 2014 Accident Claims

Motoring personal injury claims have fallen by a third this year as changes to the claims process for whiplash have been enforced. It’s estimated that whiplash is one of the most common personal injury claims made by motorists, but many cases are believed to be made fraudulently as an easy money-making scam. The government has […]

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Common Personal Injury Claim Misconceptions

by laurenknowles October 16, 2014 Accident Claims Law

Misinformation in the press has caused negative perceptions of the personal injury claims industry. This unfortunately means that there are many possible claimants who are missing out on compensation due to fear and misunderstanding of the claims process. We have researched three of the most common claimant misconceptions and offered advice on how to reassure […]

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Business heavily fined after employee crushed in accident at work

by Redmans Solicitors April 17, 2014 Accident Claims Law

A Scottish company has been heavily fined after a Health and Safety Executive investigation found that breaches of health and safety standards had caused serious injuries to a worker. The Angus-based company was fined £10,000 by a Scottish court after a worker was crushed whilst in the course of employment in November 2012, causing him […]

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The Personal Injury Whiplash Backlash

by James Scott February 25, 2014 Accident Claims

If you are one of the unfortunate people who become involved in a car accident and are genuinely injured, suffering whiplash or other personal injury, the way forward to making an adequate claim for compensation is now more difficult. The rules and regulations have changed and are still in a state of constant amendment. In […]

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California Prop. 51 and its applicability in a modified comparative negligence jurisdiction

by Peter Park January 20, 2014 Accident Claims

Prop. 51, known as Multiple Defendants Tort Damage Liability Act, abolished the rule of joint and several liability with respect to noneconomic damages, defined as “subjective, nonmonetary losses including, but not limited to, pain, suffering, inconvenience, mental suffering, emotional distress, loss of society and companionship, loss of consortium, injury to reputation and humiliation.” In cases […]

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What to Know About Marine Accident Investigation

by JRO December 20, 2013 Accident Claims Law

Marine accidents provide dangers not only to those involved but also to the environment where the accident occurs. The severity of these accidents and their far-reaching impact is the subject of various investigatory bodies. Their objective is to uncover the cause of the accident, what factors were attributable to human versus natural causes, and what […]

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Make Room for Motorcycles

by Andrew Miller December 20, 2013 Accident Claims Law

With the official start of winter just weeks away, many motorcyclists are forced to park their bikes in storage for the season, but chances are, if you live in a state that gets little to no traces of snow, you are still sharing the road with year- round motorcyclists.  While even the hardiest of bikers […]

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