As expert road traffic accident lawyers we are often asked to help innocent passengers who have sustained injuries caused by the driver of their vehicle. This often causes some upset because either a family member or a close friend was driving at the time and the passenger would have to make a formal claim against… Read more
1. Report it. Every employer by law must maintain an accident book so that all accidents at work can be recorded and produced to comply with health and safety law. Serious accident must also be notified immediately to the Health and Safety executive under the RIDDOR system and where appropriate a full investigation and even… Read more
As a personal injury lawyer of over 25 years’ experience, and having worked for claimants and insurers, our resident expert Mark Lampkin questions whether legal expenses insurance is good for you. When you renew your car or home insurance you may notice an added on cost of providing legal expenses insurance whether you requested it… Read more
Bike Accident Essentials Accidents do happen and when somebody knocks you off or that pothole in the road that’s not been repaired by the council sends you spinning you need to know what to do. Bike accident expert lawyer Mark Lampkin explains how new rules mean that the first call you make is more crucial… Read more
Having just answered and enquiry from a new motorcycle accident client I thought I would share that advice concerning what happens when a motorcyclist is injured by an untraced motorist and his bike is also damaged. In such cases provided we can establish that the accident was caused by another motorist who left the scene… Read more
The modern workplace is a much safer environment than at any time in the past, although there are still many jobs which are dangerous by definition. These types of professions require particular care and attention in their day to day duties using certain processes, practices and equipment but even in the most hazardous roles the… Read more
We always want all of our clients and potential clients to be completely aware of the processes involved in making a claim.
Motorbikes: In exchange for speed, freedom and acceleration, you have to sacrifice some of the safety features you get with cars.
While sometimes an accident is inevitable, there are also ways to gauge when an accident could be on the horizon – and prevent it from happening altogether.
With hundreds of pedestrians fatally injured on Britain’s roads every year, sometimes it helps to go back to basics.