Use Caution to Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries
A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be a difficult condition to live with after a head injury occurs. Using caution in potentially dangerous situations is important to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones. If you suggest a TBI has occurred due a vehicle or careless individual, contact a personal injury attorney for assistance.Operation Grimaldi Improves Cyclist Safety in Manchester
A road safety scheme in Manchester City Centre should reduce the number of cyclist personal injury claims the region sees. Operation Grimaldi has been running since 2013. It aims to improve the abilities of cyclists to share the road with other road users and reduce the number that are involved in collisions.The Courts and Social Media: Will the Evidence Hold Up?
When sites like LiveJournal and MySpace first hit the scene, it was probably difficult to understand the influence that social media would someday have. Now that at least 80 percent of all Internet users have some form of social media page, it’s hard to deny social networking’s reach. What many people don’t realize is the fact that attorneys, prosecutors and parties to lawsuits are now increasingly using social media as a form of evidence at trial. Failing to recognize this has landed, and will probably continue to land, many people in trouble.Settling A Slip Compensation Claim
Slipping and falling in a working environment can be both embarrassing and dangerous. If you have had a slip or fall at work then you could be entitled to make an injury at work claim. If you have had to visit the doctor, a therapist or even a chiropractor because of a fall that took place at work due to the negligence of your employer then you are entitled to slip and trip compensation.Job Injury? Tips for Getting What You Need From a Claim
Employment-related injuries are common. When an employee is unable to work as a result of an injury sustained on the job, he or she may file for workers’ compensation benefits. Unfortunately, workers’ compensation coverage only applies to employees. Independent contractors and volunteers are not employees covered by this compensation and as such, employers may refuse to provide them with benefits. Such claimants will be limited to conventional tort remedies.