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Thoughts of revving up a bike’s engine and opening up the throttle and heading out on the open road is what many motorcyclists crave.
For some, there is no better feeling than the sound of the engine, the wind in your face and nothing but you and an endless run of asphalt.
Personal injury claims can cause some issues when it comes to state benefits, particularly if they are means-tested.
A dazzling set of pearly whites is often viewed as the pinnacle of a winning smile, but teeth whitening can lead to a dental negligence claim.
The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has dropped its ‘normal birth’ campaign after admitting it may have been misleading to prospective mothers.
Content including ‘Top 10 tips for a normal birth’ has been deleted from the website, and the RCM have redacted the campaign,
A personal injury law firm has lost its £4.5 million claim for legal expenses after an insurance underwriting agency allegedly failed to deliver on the expected number of referrals for the law firm.
A personal injury firm could face a police investigation after allegations that a number of criminal offences may have been committed in conjunction with a claim that was filed for a non-client.
The alleged offences include fraud in making a false claim for compensation, forgery of a medical report, and perverting the course of justice.
The presiding judge in the case said: “I am going to direct that copies of this judgment be supplied to the police and to the Crown Prosecution Service so that they can decide whether the matter merits further investigation.”
The case relates to a collision which occurred in 2011 between a tractor and a car driven by the claimant. During the incident, the claimant did suffer injuries, however, the issue that has arisen is that two claim notification forms (CNFs) were submitted by two different solicitors.
Both claims were supported by two medical reports by two different doctors. However by the time proceedings were issued by the first firm, the insurer had agreed to settle the claim with the second firm, which is when it was brought to light that there were two representatives for a single claimant and that one had to be fake.
A report by The Law Gazette said that firm 2 who are alleged to have committed the offence blamed two non-qualified fee earners who had left the firm for the fraudulent activity.
Describing the firm as evasive, the presiding judge said: “What is abundantly clear, though, is that firm 2 have constantly stalled and obfuscated, and have failed to assist those acting for the claimant and the defendant to resolve the position. This has materially delayed the resolution of the claim and added significantly to the costs.”
Firm 2 said it “welcomes any investigations in order to exonerate the firm.”
If you think you may have a potential personal injury claim, then our specialist team are here to help.
Thorneycroft is one of the UK’s leading firms of dedicated personal injury claim solicitors, with a reputation for the highest levels of customer service and successful no win – no fee compensation claims. Our specialist team of personal injury solicitors provide effective, friendly and honest advice when dealing with your personal injury claim. We have dealt with many successful claims for personal injury serving clients located throughout the UK.
We offer a free initial interview in order to review your specific circumstances and assess the viability of your personal injury claim. To book an appointment for your free consultation call us on 0800 1979 345 or complete our simple online enquiry form by clicking here.
A man is fighting for his life after a motorbike accident left him in intensive care with life-threatening injuries.
The motorcyclist who is in his 20s was involved in a collision with a car and suffered what police described as “catastrophic injuries.”
A woman has been awarded a seven figure settlement for a personal injury claim.
The woman who pursued the claim for over two years received the settlement after an unforeseeable accident left her paralysed from the waist down.
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