We recently succeeded in recovering £25,000 in compensation for a client who had suffered hearing loss as a result of an accident at work. The claimant worked as a general caretaker and had various roles, for which he was provided with numerous different machines and vehicles. One of these was an excavator which was around […]Read More Compensation for hearing loss caused by dangerous work equipment
We recently acted for a claimant who was injured as a result of slipping in an Ipswich supermarket. My client slipped on a floor that had recently been cleaned with a wet mop. My client was unaware that the floor was wet; there had been no warning that the area had recently been cleaned and there was no […]Read More Customer receives £35,000 after supermarket slip
So with the ‘whiplash reforms’ looming, how did the Ministry of Justice go from this… to this…… The focus of reform has quietly shifted from tackling fraud to preventing unnecessary claims. In each case, the headline has been ‘to reduce your motor insurance premiums’. However, the distinction between a fraudulent or exaggerated claim and an unnecessary […]Read More When did justice become ‘unnecessary’?