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Hundreds have suffered serious injury or narrowly avoided serious injury whilst working at Amazon’s warehouses in the UK over the last three years. In the
According to a Freedom of Information request, Solihull Council in the West Midlands has had to pay out £187,942 in personal injury compensation for accidents
The government has confirmed to BBC Panorama that thirty-eight people have been killed on smart motorways over the last five years. What makes the figure
This week, we committed to giving people quicker ways to make a personal injury claim with the launch of the new ClaimToday.com website. The new
Three teachers in Scotland received more than £100,000 in personal injury compensation between them after being assaulted by pupils. The biggest claim was for £55,000
Mesothelioma patients across the West Midlands will have access to specialist support thanks to the appointment of the region’s first Clinical Nurse Specialist at Queen
The woman injured in a car crash with Prince Phillip is considering a claim against the Duke. Mother of two Emma Fairweather has been left
For many people, driving a car is an important part of daily life and therefore safety and security of cars from both crime and incident
Calls have been made to the government to rethink whiplash reforms after motor injury claims fell to their lowest figures in ten years. Last year,
Staggering results have revealed how many people over 50 have been hit by the housing crisis, thanks to research from the National Housing Federation. In the
Type 1 diabetes is known as the disease of childhood, however this is being questioned as it has been revealed that adults can be diagnosed
British Cycling is appealing to the government to reform the Civil Liability Bill, claiming that it currently penalises vulnerable road users rather than protect them.
A pigeon-infested loft that has failed to be repaired, has led to a property company being fined the total of £31,026 including £7,638 in compensation
Half a million older people are living in rented accommodation and are being overlooked by policy on housing and older people, revealed a new report.