Personal Injury Resources & Guides


No Win No Fee: What's the Catch?

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Many may wonder what the catch with a No Win No Fee agreement is. Nothing can come for free so how exactly does it work?

Carrie Tennick, August 27, 2021

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Assaulted at Work by a Resident: Who is to Blame?

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Care workers have demanding jobs. Their roles also present the risk of being assaulted at work by a resident. What can you do if this happens to you?

Carrie Tennick, August 24, 2021

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What is the Maximum Weight You Can Lift at Work?

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The maximum weight you should lift at work before you risk injury will depend on a few different factors.

Carrie Tennick, August 10, 2021

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How Long Does a Compensation Claim Take to Settle?

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How long your compensation claim will take to settle depends on things like your injury, how you were hurt and what evidence needs to be gathered.

Carrie Tennick, August 06, 2021

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How Many Personal Injury Claims Go to Court?

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It's rare for a personal injury claim to go to court, but how many of these end up this way in the UK?

Carrie Tennick, August 04, 2021

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What Happens if I Lose My Personal Injury Claim?

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With any legal case, there is the chance you won't be successful. Here's what happens if you lose your personal injury claim.

Carrie Tennick, August 02, 2021

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How to Claim for a Loss of Earnings

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Having to stop work after an injury can have a serious impact on your finances. That's why it's possible to make a loss of earnings claim. Here's our guide.

Carrie Tennick, July 15, 2021

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How Much Compensation Will I Receive for a Fall?

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A fall can result in many different injuries, which can mean you're entitled to varied amounts of compensation.

Carrie Tennick, July 05, 2021

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How to Prepare a Claim for Work-Related Stress

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If your work-related stress levels are consistently high, you may be able to make a compensation claim against your employer.

Carrie Tennick, June 30, 2021

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