Personal injury law blogs & blawgs

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

Death and No-Fault Car Insurance

by Legal Author September 24, 2019 Car Accidents

One of the worst things imaginable is for your loved one to die because of someone’s negligence. This often happens in fatal car accidents. The other driver fails to obey traffic laws and the result is the death of your loved one. According to New Jersey’s “no-fault” insurance system, the insurance company, or insurer, automatically […]

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Personal Injury Law: Defining Compensatory Damages and What It Entails

by Steve Roberts August 24, 2019 Personal Injury

New post regarding definition of compensatory damages for personal injury and what it entails (based on law in the US).  When people are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit, one of the first questions that they ask is how much they can receive in compensation for their injuries. In order to know how large the […]

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How to Find a Top Rated Auto Accident Attorney

by Legal Author August 16, 2019 Car Accidents

If you happen to ply routes regularly around Central California, having the contact details of a car accident lawyer Fresno area practitioner can become handy much more than you might expect. What you may not be aware of is that approximately 500,000 car accidents took place in California highways and roads in 2017. From these vehicular […]

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5 Truck Accident Statistics You’d be Surprised About

by Legal Author August 15, 2019 Car Accidents

It won’t be surprising if you haven’t heard of a big rig accident lawyer yet, much less even think of having the contact details of such an attorney on your smartphone. Even if you are aware that there are such lawyers, you might not see the need of hiring the services of one. However, there are […]

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3 Situations Where You’d Want to Hire a Private Investigator

by Legal Author May 26, 2019 Personal Injury

There are times in your life that you will be unable to handle private or business affairs without help. From child custody fights to ineffective debt collection, you may need an expert after you hit a brick wall and unsure of what your next step should be. Private investigators have years of experience and knowledge […]

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New York’s Special Construction Injury Liability Rules

by JESSE MINC, NEW YORK PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER May 4, 2018 Personal Injury

Workers in the construction trades are exposed to a litany of serious dangers that can cause serious personal injuries and leave them permanently disabled from working and unable to support their families.  From falls through open holes to trip and fall accidents due to the presence of scattered debris, construction workers must be ever vigilant […]

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Fatal Accident Act 1976, A Petition to Change the Law.

by YouBlawg March 27, 2018 Personal Injury

Introduction In the Law Commissions’ report, November 1999 made proposals to modernise the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 and to increase the bereavement award to bring the legislation into line with the values of modern society. Further proposals were put forward to render the law fairer and more certain than it is at present.  Unfortunately the recommendations have not been […]

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Best personal injury claims lawyers & legal advice UK

by YouBlawg September 2, 2017 Accident Claims

Best personal injury claims lawyers & legal advice UK – Guide to some of the best injury solicitors and law firms for PI in London and across the UK, with practical tips on what to do if you’ve suffered an injury in the UK.  If you’ve suffered an injury that wasn’t your fault, whether a […]

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Proposed Pharmacy legislation – Is a change in legislation needed?

by Legal Author June 22, 2015 Clinical medical negligence

Medication mistakes by pharmacists and chemists happen more frequently than you probably think. A new law change proposed by the UK government could help pharmacists and chemists avoid facing criminal procedure if they prescribe patients the wrong medication. Providing the errors are recorded, pharmacists can continue working without the fear of legal action. We look […]

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Can incidents of medical negligence be reduced if NHS trusts shared more data and information on medical errors?

by Wright Hassall November 8, 2014 Clinical medical negligence

Jeanette Whyman from Wright Hassall is a medical negligence solicitor with over 25 years’ experience and has acted both for and against Hospital Trusts. She now represents patients who are victims of medical negligence. It would be a truth universally acknowledged among sensible people that the sharing of information on best practice, and the identification of meaningful […]

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