Can an Asbestos Claimant have “two bites of the cherry”?
Mr Lloyd worked for a number of different employers during the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s. He mainly worked as a welder and was exposed to dangerous levels of asbestos during those times. Mr Lloyd had a rather complicated medical history and there was some doubt about at which point he was actually diagnosed with asbestos […]
Testimonial: Armed Forces Injuries
From an Armed Forces client: In 2010 I sustained an injury to my shoulder during a training exercise. Advice within my unit was extremely limited and inaccurate and I had no idea what to do next. I contacted several solicitors to request information on injuries at work and they all stated that as this was […]
The Duty of Care of the Taxi Driver
On 2 November 2010 Kristopher Hicks caught a taxi from the Abbey Taxi Rank in Bath city centre. He was with his girlfriend Abigail. The taxi travelled to Kristopher’s home address, which was about 2 miles out of the city centre. On the way the taxi stopped twice to allow Kristopher and Abigail to order […]
Can a Joyrider Recover Compensation for their Injuries?
On 31 January 2007, joyrider Daniel McCraken was seriously injured in an accident involving a trials bike and a minibus being driven by Darren Bell. Daniel was riding pillion on the bike, which was being ridden by Damian Smith. Damian was a 16 year old boy who had stolen the bike. He did not have […]