The dos and don’ts of car accident claims

If you have been injured in a car or motor bike accident and you are thinking about making a claim for compensation for your injuries, it is important to know the dos and don’ts of the claims process. Claiming compensation following an accident is not always a...Read More

Motor Insurers Bureau Claims

The Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) is a government backed organisation which was set up in 1946 to compensate victims of negligent untraced and uninsured drivers. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident with any of the following motorists, you are entitled...Read More

What is a public liability claim?

What is the definition of public liability Public liability is defined as the duty of care owed to those who use a public place. If you have had an accident in a place used by the public, which has caused injury to yourself or your property then you may be entitled to...Read More

Insurer loses bid to tear up settlement based on dishonesty

The Court of Appeal has rejected an insurer’s attempt to dismiss an injury claim – despite evidence emerging that the victim had been dishonest. Lord Justice Underhill said the claimant’s original out-of-court settlement of almost £135,000 should stand because of the...Read More

Clients opting for local traditional law firms

Most private clients would rather go to a traditional local law firm rather than a national brand, according to a major annual market snapshot. A consumer survey of 500 adults carried out for the report in December 2014 shows that only one-third of respondents would...Read More