All injury claims going Portal

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All injury claims going Portal: Time they are changing. As from 1st August 2013 claims for injury at work and in any public places for less than £25,000 will be processed through a Portal. There is a protocol for in putting your details into the portal and time frame for insurers to deal with it. Your claim is settled by …

April fool 2013 change in injury law summary

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Hello Over the last twelve days I have been tweeting the changes that came into effect on 1st April 2013. I summarise them below: 1. A solicitor can charge a mark up on his fees known as success fee if your claim is successful. This is calculated by % of the the time he has logged on your file. Until …

13th February of our 13th Year

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Today we opened for business on the 13th February of our 13th year. Lets hope that it is as lucky and exciting month as was the 13th January of our 13th year. January was one of our best month in our recent past. We settled difficult claims against two nationally known businesses and had a good win for a client …

Personal Injury Litigation: The Winning Formula

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We inherited a personal injury claim from a Solicitors firm which was deemed to be without merit by two firms prior to us. We examined every piece of evidence together with the Client and on review, arranged a conference with Counsel. Our view, with which Counsel agreed, was that it is a case worth doing. We signed “no-win-no-fee” agreement with …

Criminal Injury Compensation Awards

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 As solicitors who act for            members of the public on disputes, we also represent on a regular basis victims of crime on a Contingency fee basis. Basically this means that your lawyers fees are paid by deducting a percentage of any damages awarded. As is highlighted in our injury profile, anyone who is a victim of crime in England and …