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The Accident Claimline Blog

Welcome to our blog regarding personal injury claims news and accident claims updates. Contact us for specialist advice from a solicitor today.

Correct Compensation – how to help ensure your claim is properly compensated

With many personal injury claims, be they as a result of a road accident, or an injury suffered whilst at work or whilst out shopping, it can often be difficult for a solicitor to accurately predict the total amount of compensation you should be enti...
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Cuts to Legal Aid – a false economy across all case types says independent survey

A recent Ipsos MORI report, on behalf of the Law Society , provides another strong indication that the Governments programme of cost cutting in the area of Legal Aid over the past few years has overall been a false economy. Legal Aid is a long establ...
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Personal Injury Claims Limit to rise – up to £5,000 for RTA claims

At a recent Justice Select Committee meeting, Justice Secretary David Lidington confirmed the Governments plans to bring in new, higher small claims limits for personal injury claims in England and Wales. The intention is to raise the small claims li...
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Making an injury claim – the important extra information you may need

We often get asked what additional information, documents and evidence may be required as part of the personal injury claims process. This will vary depending on the type of injury you have suffered, but we’ve pulled together a brief list below giving examples of what is often required - we hope you will find it useful:

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Distracted whilst driving? Help avoid a road accident by putting your phone away...

A study earlier this year indicated that around 22% of crashes – road traffic accidents (‘RTAs’) – are caused by drivers being distracted behind the wheel. Mobile phone use is a significant cause of such distractions, and the research also indicated that even making a hands-free call resulted in the same level of distraction. Texting drivers were revealed to be the most highly distracted, with a one third reduction in overall reaction time combined with worse lane discipline and control.

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