Monthly Archives: June 2014

HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK ACT HAS ARGUABLY SAVED MORE LIVES THAN ANY OTHER PIECE OF LEGISLATION

There is a useful post on the Health and Safety Executive Website considering the 40th anniversary of the Health and Safety at Work Act. The piece from the Health and Safety Executive is available here. The Telegraph article that it refers to is here Advertisements

AVOIDING UNDER SETTLEMENT 1: CLAIMS FOR LOSS OF EARNINGS (1)

Originally posted on Civil Litigation Brief:
The curious thing about writing about avoiding under settlement is that there is very little material on the subject, particularly in the U.K.   There are now plenty of websites which offer to sue your previous lawyer if you are not happy with the damages you received. There is precious…

AVOIDING UNDER SETTLEMENT IN PERSONAL INJURY CASES: LOSS OF EARNINGS

I have started a series on “avoiding under settlement” on the companion blog “Civil Litigation Brief”. The first few posts in the series are on avoiding under settlement in loss of earnings claims.  I will post a link through to this blog when a post is written, and provide a summary when the series is […]