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Mr S suffered orthopaedic injuries and permanent damage to his pituitary gland in a motorcycling accident. Mr S recovered £360,000 on a provisional damages basis.
Mr W suffered a serious knee injury in a motorcycling accident and he went on to develop chronic pain syndrome forcing his early retirement. Mr W recovered £575,000.
Mr N was walking down metal steps at work and slipped on oil sustaining injury and fracturing wrist. We secured a settlement for £110,000.
Mr M suffered a serious knee injury in a motorcycling accident and ultimately came to amputation of the injured leg. Mr M recovered £1,250,000.
Mr F suffered traumatic amputation of his foot and serious arm injuries in a motorcycling accident. Mr F recovered £863,524.
While Mr S was lifting heavy rolls of adhesive tape at work, he sustained a back injury. We secured a settlement for £55,000.
Mr T suffered an ankle and knee injury in a motorcycling accident and was unable to return to his former work as a Baker’s assistant. Mr T recovered £395,000.

Top 10 Weirdest Personal Injury Claims

  Here at Beardsells we have dealt with all sorts of weird and wonderful personal injury compensation claims, see for yourself in this infographic on the Top Ten Weirdest Personal Injury Claims.

Posted by: on Feb 05 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

Insulting language to be dropped from section 5 of Public Order Act

Insulting language to be dropped from Section 5 of the Public Order Act was announced earlier this week, so that it is no longer a criminal offence to make insulting remarks where a specific victim cannot be identified. It certainly makes a change to see something coming out of Government these days which releases their […]

Posted by: on Jan 17 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

Insurers Share Value Jump on Government’s planned legislation

Insurers share value jumped on Government’s planned legislation – no surprise there. In these troubled times when everyone is in dire financial straits; household bills up; cutbacks are happening everywhere due to the ‘deficit’ – guess who’s sitting back, laughing. Insurers no less. One of the biggest insurers – Admiral – has just had a […]

Posted by: on Jan 11 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

Crooked Insurers

At last – a programme on ‘The Box’ which put across the truth about insurance companies. Did any of you see Channel4’s ‘Despatches’ this week? If not, check it out on I Player if you can. What a refreshing change that someone was prepared to look at the crooked practices of major insurance companies, who […]

Posted by: on Jan 10 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

FSA to begin a thorough enquiry into insurance add-ons in 2013

FSA to begin a thorough enquiry into insurance add-ons in 2013 The selling of add-on products, such as legal expenses and breakdown insurance, have become a regular occurrence as brokers, from the largest to the smallest companies, have found it a way to generate profits, there is a market for selling add-ons, but it is […]

Posted by: on Jan 08 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

Government makes it harder for injured Employees to claim Compensation

The government is making it harder and harder for injured employees to get rightful compensation for injuries suffered in a work accident as a result of their employers’ negligence. In October 2012, the government added a clause to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill which amends the Health and Safety Work Act 1974 to make […]

Posted by: on Jan 04 2013 in Personal Injury News with no comments

All You Need to Know about Acoustic Shock Claims

Acoustic shock claims are made when an injury is caused to the ears due to exposure to short duration, high frequency, high intensity sounds through a telephone or headset. For example; incorrectly dialled fax machines. It can also be caused by listening to calls at a loud level on a regular basis. As unpleasant as these […]

Posted by: on Dec 12 2012 in Personal Injury News with no comments
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