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Personal Injury Claims

Personal Injury

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If you have suffered a personal injury through no fault of your own then you are entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering and any economic loss which you may have incurred.




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Whiplash Claims

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If you been injured through no fault of your own and as a result your neck and back has become stiff over the course of the next few days then it is likely that you have whiplash and if you were not at fault for the injury then you will be entitled to compensation.


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Dog Attack Claims

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If you have been attacked and bit by a dog then you can claim compensation for your injuries. There are strict laws in place governing the handling of animals around members of the public. The owner of the dog is liable for the dogs actions and you will be entitled to compensation if you have been bit.


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Slip, Trip or Fall

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If you slip on a pool of water inside a building open to the public such as a bank, supermarket, restaurant or council building and injure yourself, then you are entitled to claim compensation and the claim would be made against the occupier’s public liability insurance policy.


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Public Liability

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Claims arise from accidents in all manner of public places including supermarkets, restaurants, shops or a council run facility. If you have suffered a personal injury in a building open to the public or road then you may be eligible to claim compensation.



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Arm or Leg Degloving Injury

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An accident involving degloving is a usually a serious injury. It is named for the process of removing a glove. Typically, degloving injuries affect the arms and legs. Degloving injuries invariably require major surgical interventions. If you have suffered a degolving injury which was not your fault then you are entitled to compensation


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