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Mesothelioma Disease on the Rise

Mesothelioma Disease on the Rise World Health Organisation Warns A recent bulletin published by the World Health Organisation report estimates that 92,252 people around the world died of mesothelioma in the 15-year period from 1994 through 2008. Two-thirds of those deaths have occurred since the year 2000 and the incidence of mesothelioma is on the rise, the report said. Mesothelioma …

Accident Claim UK

Accident Claim UK – Are Really A Compensation Nation? ‘Accident Claim UK ‘seems to be the reputation we Brits have, statistics may not show it, but there is undoubtedly a perception of compensation culture. The compensation culture has been defined as: “The desire of individuals to sue somebody, having suffered as a result of something which could have been avoided …

Parents illegally claiming to be main drivers to save money

Millions of Parents Breaking the Law to Save On Car Insurance Millions of parents are breaking the law in order to save money on car insurance for their children, illagally claiming to be the main drivers.  UK insurance companies claim that parents are claiming to be the main drivers on the policy, when in fact it is one of their …

Victims of NHS Negligence

Who will pay for Victims of NHS Negligence? Did you happen to catch the “What Price Justice?” episode that aired on September 8, 2011? If so, you know one thing: victims of NHS blunders are able to fight for compensation with the help of the proper legal aid. Although compensation for medical malpractice does not improve the quality of the …

Somerset firm fined after man falls from platform

Firm fined after man falls from platform and suffers severe injuries A Somerset firm has been fined after a man broke his back, arm and ribs after falling three metres whilst working on a barn conversion. Mark Clarke was helping to renovate his employer’s property Heathfield Barn at North Petherton, Bridgwater when the incident occurred on 11 October last year. …

Stray Animals Cause 1000′s of Road Accidents

There are many reasons for car accidents, an accident can be caused through bad driving, speeding, racing, aggressive driving, and failure by drivers to exercise care in passing, and every year there are numerous road  accidents caused by stray animals. The general rule is that you should only try to avoid a stray animal if it is safe to do …

Negligent uninsured untraced drivers costs millions

Negligent Uninsured and Untraced Drivers  costs £500 Annually It is compulsory in the UK to have motor insurance – to drive a car you must be insured for third party liability and that must be unlimited liability. Drivers without valid insurance have no right to be on the road, it is illegal.  According to the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) statistics  …

Insurance companies investigated illegally selling customers details

Greedy insurance companies are being investigated about accusations that they betray their customers Reported in This Money greedy insurance companies are being investigated about accusations that they betray their customers by illegally selling on their personal information. The data protection watchdog is investigating allegations that insurance call-centre staff are taking extra cash by selling on customer details to personal injury …

Car accidents leading cause of death in the 15-24 age group

Boy racers beware – car accidents are the leading cause of death in the 15-24 age group The B.B.C programme bizarre car accidents reported that young men and their motors are statistically an unsafe mix.  One in three male drivers aged between 17 and 20 crash in the first two years after passing their test.  Car accidents are the leading …

Record Decade for Road Safety

Record Decade for Road Safety Figures on road fatalities in 33 countries published by the International Transport Forum (ITF) show that the first ten years of the 21st Century were “a record decade for road safety”, as commented by Jack Short, ITF Secretary General . The number of road fatalities fell in 30 of the 33 countries analysed by the ITF’s …

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