As daylight hours lengthen and the sun dries up the floods we are able to break our hibernation and venture out into our beautiful area to revel in the fun of summer. Whilst we are all giddy on sunshine our resident legal eagle draws on a lifetime of dealing with accident claims of all varieties… Read more
Make no mistake the biggest attack on worker’s rights is happening right now, hidden in plain view, but nobody is doing anything about it. Except me. The Government have put forward proposals in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to remove an injured worker’s right to use his employer’s breach of health and safety law… Read more
Despite the recession charities continue to collect record breaking amounts no doubt as we all feel there is always someone worse off. Bikers are benevolent so as you get ready for egg runs, village fetes or ride outs to raise cash for the local hospice or another equally worthy cause just take the time to… Read more
Leading personal injury firm Lampkin & Co based in Ewloe, North Wales have assembled an all female team of lawyers and assistants to tackle an influx of cases where vaginal mesh implants have failed and caused serious injury to female patients. Often following a hysterectomy, menopause or childbirth female patients can suffer a prolapse of… Read more
It is always nice as a successful business to be able to give something back. We always look out for worthwhile causes and aim to increase our charity work now that we have been appointed to the legal panel of the Limbless Association a charity that helps amputation patients adjust to their new disabilities. One… Read more
Another Personal Injury claim settled! I just wanted to say a great big thank you to each and everyone of you at Lampkin, you’ve done an amazing job! I appreciate the time and efforts put in by all of you that bought my case to an end. After almost 2 years we won guys, and… Read more
A raft of changes to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the past year may be partially responsible for an increase in workplace accidents.
Knowing what the warning signs are is an effective way to prevent workplace accidents.
Eight road workers have been fatally injured in the last three years and many near misses have been reported.
Figures from the British Safety Council show that 88 young people between the ages of 16 and 24 have been killed at work in the UK in the last five years.