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Speed spies to help cut road traffic accidents
Speed spies to help cut road traffic accidents
7/18/2014 9:00:00 AM
Experts looking into the development of cars and insurance policies believe that around half of cars will have speed spies installed by 2020. It is hoped the move will reduce the number of road traffic accidents. It may even become compulsory for drivers to have the devices in the next 10 years to monitor the way someone is driving, - or they may be refused insurance on their …
More reforms surrounding compensation claims
More reforms surrounding compensation claims
7/16/2014 5:30:55 AM
The Government have said that new legislation will be brought in next year to bring greater protection to small businesses and volunteers from negligence claims. These reforms aim to tackle the supposed compensation culture in the UK, in addition to the sweeping changes that have already been made over the last year and a half. The Lord Chancellor, Chris Grayling, has said …
Cerebral palsy birth and maternity claims represent 40 per cent of NHS claims
Cerebral palsy birth and maternity claims represent 40 per cent of NHS claims
7/10/2014 12:08:47 PM
Our clinical negligence team have in depth experience of cerebral palsy cases. Cerebral palsy is the umbrella term for a number of neurological conditions that affect movement and co-ordination. Neurological conditions are caused by problems in the brain and nervous system. We have produced an infographic to help explain the condition and provide some informative points …
Electrical Safety First And Shelter Release Joint Report Highlighting Safety Failures In The Private Rented Sector
Electrical Safety First And Shelter Release Joint Report Highlighting Safety Failures In The Private Rented Sector
6/27/2014 5:00:00 AM
Electrical Safety First and Shelter have released a joint report examining current electrical conditions in the Private Rented Sector (PRS). The PRS now houses more than 9 million people and 1.3 million families in England. Yet standards have not kept up with this rapid growth and electrical safety is a real problem, and sixteen percent of renters have experienced problems …

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