- 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?
- Teenager ran into road hit by car travelling within speed limit
- Qualified one way costs shifting
- Personal injury trusts and working tax credits
- Time limits for compensation claim for industrial disease
- Best bank or building society account for personal injury trust
Category Archives: Compensation for injury
Should the NHS be paying care and treatment costs, and how can you question a decision? The way to argue the point is to request a review of the decision of the NHS body which has declined care under the … Continue reading
Liability is admitted – can I relax? The defendant has admitted liability, or the insurance company for the Defendant has admitted liability. Admitting liability is quite common in personal injury compensation case. The Claimant and their representatives relax as the … Continue reading
The cost of motor insurance and the NHS factor If you bring a successful compensation case after an accident which involves an insured vehicle the Government can reclaim the cost of NHS treatment from the insurer of that vehicle. You … Continue reading
Rehabilitation in personal injury compensation claims Why and how rehabilitation can work for you You will appreciate from other pages of this site that my aim is to achieve maximum compensation for my clients. I also try to gain the … Continue reading
Carelessness and the lack of forethought cause accidents and poor medical treatment, not compensation. Continue reading
Lord Young admitted that the “perception” of a growing compensation culture was not wholly supported by the facts, although the NHS Litigation Authority had seen a 10 per cent annual rise in claims during the last two years. 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
Expert evidence in compensation cases Only experts can give opinion in a compensation case, and the opinion must be limited to the field of expertise. A medical expert is the usual expert, but again the medical expert must keep to … Continue reading
Mitigation means keeping your losses to a minimum, reasonableness being the guiding factor. Continue reading
Self employed – accident compensation I often act for self employed people. Running my own business gives me an understanding of the self employed, and the particular pressures and issues cases for compensation by the self employed involve. Someone on … Continue reading
Politics of compensation Newspaper headlines tell you of large compensation awards, fraudulent claims, or the rising cost of road accident claims to insurers. What you do not read is how organisations are reimbursed as a result of a compensation case … Continue reading