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Showing articles created in August 2011, Show all
Fri 26th Aug 2011
It is unusual to see reports of accidents involving a horse and trap, and even more unusual to see personal injury cases involving them.
Mon 22nd Aug 2011
I was surprised to read the following sentence in this article from The Independent on 17 August 2011:
"Thousands of patients are being forced to go under the knife for a second time because as many as half the operations carried out by some NHS surgeons end in failure."
Mon 22nd Aug 2011
It has happened to most of us. Minding our own business we are wandering down the road when suddenly we trip against a raised paving slab or we catch our foot in a dirty great hole and we take a stumble. Wishing that no one has seen our theatricals we either pick ourselves straight up, with no more than a bruise to our pride, or we manage to maintain our dignity, staying on our feet and continue on our way.
Fri 19th Aug 2011
When arranging trips for youngsters, whether a day out from school or a full blown expedition, organisers must make themselves aware of any risks which may be involved. Such trips can range from a trip to the zoo to one such as the recent expedition to the Norwegian Arctic, where a 17 year old, Horatio Chapple, from Salisbury in Wiltshire tragically lost his life. Four other expedition members were also injured.
Mon 15th Aug 2011
Tinnitus is not an illness or a disease. Tinnitus is a term that describes the sensation of hearing a noise in the absence of an external sound. The noises can range with ringing, whistling and buzzing being the most common. Tinnitus can be very troubling and distressing for the individual as sleep, concentration and mood can be affected.
Fri 12th Aug 2011
There is a general rule that the function of damages in contract is to put the injured party as far as possible in the position in which he would have been had the contract been performed. The function of damages in tort is to put the injured party in the position in which he would have been had the tort not been committed. While expenses rendered futile by a breach of contract could be claimed for, expenses rendered futile by a tort could not be recovered in this case.
Fri 12th Aug 2011
Already this summer there have been two high profile incidents involving British holidaymakers on some form of excursion. In Norway, a 17 year old British schoolboy was mauled to death by a polar bear while on an expedition in Svalbard. A number of others of were seriously injured in the attack. And in the Maldives, a couple from Leeds were killed in a quad biking accident while on honeymoon.
New EU Regulation Will Provide Better Protection for Passengers Travelling by Sea And Inland Waterways
Tue 9th Aug 2011
In a recent development, Regulation (EU) No 1177/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010 concerning the rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway has been passed.
Fri 5th Aug 2011
We are in a middle of a compensation epidemic or so the insurance companies and media would like us to think.
Wed 3rd Aug 2011
Holidays 4 UK has today gone into administration, leaving thousands of holidaymakers stranded abroad. The Brighton-based budget holiday tour operator has become the first large holiday company to run into financial difficulties as the peak UK summer holiday season starts.
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