Mr S on the day of his accident was trying to uncoil metal wires that had got jammed in a machine at work and as he did this one of the metal wires snapped and went through his hand. Mr S’s employers did not provide any protective gloves to stop him from being injured. As(…)
Mrs S was walking along the pavement by her local Co –Op when a vehicle reversed out of the Co-Op’s car park and drove into Mrs S. The insurers of the driver of the vehicle have now admitted fault for the claimant’s accident. Brearley’s solicitors are your best choice of personal injury specialist handling all(…)
Mrs S visited her local Harvester for a Christmas meal with her family and after she had finished her meal and was walking through the restaurant area she slipped on the floor due to ice cream being left on the floor which had not been cleaned up. Harvester have accepted fault for Mrs S’s accident.(…)
Mr L was driving his vehicle along a main road and was then turning right into a petrol station when another driver tried to overtake Mr L from behind and drove into the rear drivers side of his vehicle. The insurers of the other driver have now admitted fault for the claimant’s accident. Brearley’s solicitors(…)
There is nothing wrong with fun in the workplace. It should be encouraged. There is also nothing wrong with a joke between colleagues, but, and at the risk of sounding like the (anti)fun police, as long as it is within reason, and sensible. Unfortunately, and as Mr N found out, sometimes a joke can go(…)
Mrs B was a passenger on a bus and as she was walking towards an available seat the bus driver set off at speed causing the claimant to be thrown over in the bus causing a fracture to her wrist and other injuries. Brearleys pointed out to the bus companies insurers that their insured did not(…)
Mrs B and family had gone for a meal at a local pub. It was their first time there. As they reached the entrance some people were coming out, and they politely held the door open for Mrs B. Unfortunately she didn’t know that there was a small step just inside the doorway, which, to(…)
Mr N was driving his vehicle he was in slow moving traffic going through the traffic lights when traffic ahead came to a stop Mr N braked but the driver did not brake and drove into the rear of Mr N’s vehicle. The insurers of the other driver have now admitted fault for the claimant’s(…)
Mrs D was a passenger in a taxi when the taxi driver was not paying attention and drove into the rear of the vehicle in front of him. The insurers of the taxi driver have now admitted fault for the claimant’s accident. Brearley’s solicitors are your best choice of personal injury specialist handling all types(…)
Mr A was driving his vehicle and as he proceeded to turn left round the corner the driver of a van parked up on the corner of the road decided to reverse his vehicle off the corner area and drove into Mr A’s car. The insurers of the other driver have now admitted fault for(…)
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