insurance
By - Nards1983

Personal Insurance firm goes out of business with £40m debts

People believes firmly in insuring things right from medium products to the very costly products because they do not want to bear their own risk of attempting and handling a high end product. In that sense, the Insurance firms helps in carrying the risk with effective protection mechanism. But,recently the insurance firms are being questioned on their liability as they

By - Nards1983

Teacher pension hikes could cost schools over £140m

Teachers’ mis-sold pension compensation hikes could cost UK colleges over £142 million. Financing for the increased pension costs is expected to continue until the expiry of the current spending review. The Department of Education (DfE) has pointed out that the rise in employer contribution to the “TPS-Teachers’ Pension Scheme” could cost schools an additional £142 million between 2020 and 2021.

drink driving lawyers‌ ‌
By - Nards1983

Australian police go undercover as windscreen washers to catch drivers using phones

Access to mobile phones has never been easier, with cheaper handheld units and the rise of communication platforms. There are more people who own mobile phones than ever before. This in turn also translates to the illegal use of mobile phones on the road while driving. In most countries, this is a criminal offence with hefty fines and penalties. With

Personal Injury Claim
By - Nards1983

Do you get more compensation for personal injury claims in the UK or USA?

Experiencing an injury is a stressful event that no one would ever like to experience, but due to the relatively high number of accidents in both United Kingdom and the United States of America, most of the people must go through this uncomfortable process of asking for compensation from the authorities for their injuries. So, what is the highest compensation

Planning Solicitors
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Farmer who claimed her land belongs to God loses her legal case

The saying ‘on God’s green earth’ took a literal meaning for a farmer in Chilsworthy. This happened during a trial in which the woman was charged with breaching planning laws. She argued that her land belongs to God and was therefore not subject to the laws of man. The farmer and her husband, Liane and Stephen Shepherd, had purchased the

Negligence Solicitor
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Supreme Court rules that misleading hospital waiting times can class as negligence

Suing the NHS and their medical facilities is possible if they mislead you about waiting hospital times. The Supreme Court ruled that a hospital was in breach of its duty of care after its A&E reception staff informed a patient that they had to wait up to 5 hours. The claimant suffered permanent brain damage following the ‘incomplete and misleading’