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Revealed – the London boroughs where pedestrians are most likely to be seriously injured.

Recently published research by the University of Westminster’s Dr Rachel Aldred has revealed the London boroughs where pedestrians are most likely to suffer a personal injury, or even be killed. As well as a borough by borough comparison, the statist...
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Cycling legend awarded payout

British cycling legend 84-year-old Brian Robinson has been awarded compensation after he suffered serious injuries in a cycling accident near his home in West Yorkshire. Mr Robinson had been cycling with some friends on the 16 July 2014 when a car kn...
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Injured cyclist feels let down

50-year-old cyclist Melanie Burrows said that she feels greatly let down by police after they were unable to take her case further following a serious cycling accident. Another cyclist, who tried to overtake her at a junction in July this year, hit M...
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Whiplash claims slashed

With fears growing over the country’s developing ‘compensation culture’, the Justice Secretary has announced that cuts are to be made to the fees charged for medical reports in cases involving whiplash injuries.  The new regulations will be laun...
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Road injuries cost council £417,000 in compensation

Last year alone, Haringey Council paid out over £417,000 in compensation to pedestrians and motorists injured on the borough’s roads.  The figures, which were released by the Liberal Democrats, found that a total of 19 people were awarded compen...
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Pothole claims all time high

New figures have revealed that the number of claims for injuries related to potholes has risen by 750% in the worst hit areas.  This is most likely due to having just endured the wettest winter in England and Wales since 1766, with winter floodi...
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