- Personal injury trust fund
- Personal injury trust for Northern Ireland
- A personal injury trust is a positive thing, not a problem
- How much does it cost to set up a personal injury trust?
- Protect Armed Forces Compensation Scheme payments with a trust
- Personal injury trusts and how I can help
- Personal injury trust
- I do not claim benefits so do I need a personal injury trust?
- I may need a personal injury trust
- How to set up a personal injury trust
- Pros and cons of setting up a personal injury trust
- A message for solicitors on personal injury trusts
- Compensation protection trust
- 52 weeks to create a personal injury trust?
- I have received personal injury compensation and I claim means-tested benefits
- Why aren’t there more personal injury trusts?
- Who must I tell about my personal injury trust?
- What personal injury payments can be protected by a personal injury trust?
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Category Archives: Car accidents
A sad case which explains the approach which will be taken by Courts where a child is not sitting in the correct child safety seat. A child called Emma was sitting in the rear of her mum’s car. They were … Continue reading
Road accidents caused by roads in poor condition are not always easy to pursue against the highway authority. This might seem odd, but the highways are maintained by the State, so the State gets to set the standard. Here is … Continue reading
Report of transport committee of House of Commons 11 March 2011 I am pleased to bring you the Committee findings as I was one of those who provided evidence. Fraud is one of the main factors driving up the cost … Continue reading
The concept of contributory negligence is based on a claimant being partly responsible for the damage. The clearest example is a car driver who does not wear a seat belt. Not wearing the seat belt does not cause the accident, but it contributes to the damage – the injury. Continue reading
Third party capture Third party capture is the name given to a practice operated by some insurance companies after road traffic accidents. They know their own driver is at fault so the insurer will contact the innocent party direct, before … Continue reading