Accident Claims

Hit By An Unnamed Driver? The Insurance Should Still Pay

Hit By An Unnamed Driver? The Insurance Should Still Pay

The Court of Appeal heard a test case in which the victim of a hit and run car accident has won the right to sue an unnamed driver who caused her injuries and damaged her car so badly that it had to be written off. This decision has wider ramifications for personal injury lawyers and the car insurance companies.

Manufacturer Wins Appeal Against Large Fine

Manufacturer Wins Appeal Against £700,000 Fatal Accident Fine

Fines imposed on companies for health and safety breaches are meant to hurt, but a previously unblemished record and steps taken to remedy shortcomings can be powerful mitigation. In one case, a kitchen appliances manufacturer that was ordered to pay £700,000 following a fatal accident had the penalty more than halved by the Court of Appeal.

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