Tags: personal injury claims

Types of Compensation in Brain and Spinal Injury Cases

October 29, 2020

When dealing with a claim for somebody who has suffered a brain or spinal injury, or any other serious injury, there are many types of compensation which lawyers acting for the appropriate person should be considering.

APIL Senior Litigator hattrick

October 22, 2020

Three personal injury lawyers at Trethowans have been recognised as Senior Litigators by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

Court of Appeal will Ensure Greater Payments for Claimants

October 15, 2020

A Court of Appeal ruling last week has established a new method of compensating severely injured claimants for the cost of purchasing accommodation to fit their needs.

Where can I ride an electric scooter and do I need insurance?

October 6, 2020

Despite becoming a common sight in towns and cities across Britain, the UK is the last major European country where it is still illegal to use privately-owned electronic scooters or “e-scooters” anywhere but on private land.

Construction Safety Week 2020

September 14, 2020

Today, 14 September 2020, marks the start of Construction Safety Week 2020.

What compensation and benefits are available to people with an asbestos related illness?

July 13, 2020

If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness, it is likely you are entitled to compensation and possibly some associated benefits.

Government confirms they have no plans to reform Bereavement Damages

February 17, 2020

The Ministry of Justice have now ruled out any significant reform to the system of Bereavement Damages in England and Wales.

Ministry of Defence Asbestos Review Conclusions

December 13, 2019

Following concerns with the historic operation of Sea King helicopters at various locations in the south of England, The Ministry of Defence conducted a detailed asbestos review.

Asbestos Still A Big Problem In Schools

June 13, 2019

According to the National Education Union (NEU), more than 200 teachers in the UK have died from mesothelioma since 2001.

Government Takes Steps to Widen Bereavement Damages in Fatal Injury Claims

May 15, 2019

This week the government have announced plans to increase the categories of people who can claim statutory bereavement damages in fatal injury claims.