News Items for the Workplace Accidents Category

What Does No Win No Fee Mean?

Posted 4 weeks ago

The meaning of ‘No Win No Fee’ No Win No Fee means that if the solicitor does not win the case you will not have to pay a fee. There will be a success fee if you win, so it...

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Will I get Sacked If I Make an Injury Claim?

Posted 2 months ago

Will I loose my job if I make an accident at work claim? No, seeking compensation for an accident at work that was not your fault is not grounds for dismissal. Your employer will have insurance to cover your accident...

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What are Special Damages?

Posted 2 months ago

What are special damages in a personal injury case? Special damages is a term for monetary compensation awarded to cover financial losses that result from an accident. Things like loss of earnings, travel costs and claims for care and assistance....

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Existing Medical Condition & Claims – Pre-existing Back Injury Settlement

Posted 3 months ago

Pre-existing medical conditions such as back injuries can complicate personal injury claims A car accident or accident at work can aggravate an old injury or can cause a latent problem to become an injury. These situation require a law firm...

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Who pays the Legal Costs in a Personaly Injury Claim?

Posted 4 months ago

This video explains who pays the legal costs in an injury claim. Dominic Moss, senior partner here at Stonehewer Moss solicitors, briefly details the alternatives and gives potential claimants some ideas of the questions they should be asking at the...

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What’s My Injury Claim Worth?

Posted 4 months ago

How to find out the value of a personal injury claim. Dominic Moss, senior partner here at Stonehewer Moss solicitors, briefly details the considerations when valuing a personal injury Claim. . I often get asked right at the beginning of...

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Getting to Know You

Posted 1 year ago

Getting to Know You When you have had an accident you are faced with a bewildering choice of who to use to help you with your claim. You might be pushed in the way of a claims handler who works...

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Northwich Solicitor Sarah Allison

No win no fee, is time is running out

Posted 4 years ago

No win no fee, is time is running out ? Making a compensation claim for accident without charge in England and Wales is becoming more difficult after changes to the law announced in 2015. The budget statement provides that the government is...

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