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No Win No Fee

String of No Win No Fee Successes for School Staff

30th January 2013
Recent figures have shown that UK teaching staff made over 300 no win no fee claims and won more than 4 million in compensation in 2011. These figures mark a significant rise in claims made by school staff, prompting questions over whether schools are be...
Author: Keylaw
Business Law

Seek the highest possible negligence compensation award

13th October 2011
A top quality professional negligence lawyer will know that his or her clients deserve the highest possible negligence compensation award. Its never pleasant to discover that a trusted professional has made a major error, of course, because we tend to pl...
Author: Law
Accident claims

Accident Compensation

14th June 2011
Accident Compensation What you should know. Accident compensation can either be clear cut or very difficult to gauge depending on the type of damage and injuries sustained. For example, if you run off the road in your car and run down some ones fe...
Author: markmc
Medical Malpractice

Spinal Injury Specialists

28th February 2011
Seeking Compensation through a Spinal Injury Lawyer A spinal injury can be life changing. From minor discomfort through to paralysis, the consequences of sustaining a spinal injury are very real and very frightening. Whether the injury was sustained th...
Author: medicalaccident
Personal Injury

Hard Work and Success

13th October 2010
Workers' compensation cases are what make this local attorney successful. He keeps his earnings a secret, but drives a $150,000 Rolls Royce and lives in a self owned apartment building. This can be seen from what he gets for workers' compensation cases. I...
Author: paula baumgarten
No Win No Fee

No Win No Fee Solicitors

17th May 2010
The main feature that sets no win no fee solicitors apart from other lawyers is that they accept compensation cases without charging the claimants. Typically, the cases that they handle are personal injury claims against individuals or corporations. ...
Author: anointing
Employment Law

Work is Needed to Repair the Current Worker's Compensation Law

23rd April 2010
The maximum payout should be provided in compensation to a worker who suffers an amputation due to an on the job injury. This translates to a weekly rate of approximately $400 for the maximum time allotted of 312 weeks in the State of New York. For an inj...
Author: Dorothy Hernandez