Employers Liability

Imran Salim Tue, 03/13/2018 - 14:48

Occupiers' Liability Claims & people lawfully on the premises

Accidents commonly occur on property or land owned by somebody else. We call these “occupiers’ liability claims”. They include all sorts of accidents in all types of places, such as slipping in a supermarket or tripping in a park, an accident in a children’s play area, a shop, or a garage. In such cases, the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 will be relevant.
OptimalSolicitors Wed, 02/21/2018 - 12:08

Compensation is changing

Most people are aware that if they suffer injury because of someone else`s fault they can claim compensation. Years ago, the process of claiming compensation was a quiet, boring industry that did not attract very much attention from the media or the Government. However, following the virtual abolition of legal aid and the introduction of a “no win-no fee” system a new and somewhat less restrained market opened up. Very soon you could not switch on your radio or TV without someone offering to take your case on a no win no fee contract.