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Lord Morris of Manchester, who spearheaded the campaign for the rights of disabled people and those with special needs, has died at the age of 84.
Lord Morris was Alf Morris MP of Wythenshawe when he introduced a Private Member’s Bill on...
An Eastern European woman who had to have her leg amputated at the scene of a horrific road traffic collision whilst working in the UK, has received £1,000,000 in an out of court settlement.
The woman’s two sons were with her at...
Former colleagues of a Loughton man are being urged to come forward, as the widow of Alan Wiggins - who died from cancer after being exposed to asbestos decades ago - continues her husband's fight for justice.
Mr Wiggins was only 64...
The widow of a Folkestone man who died after being exposed to asbestos in the 1970s up until 1983 has appealed to her husband’s former colleagues to come forward in her fight for justice.
Patricia Emery, 63, of Firs Close, Folkestone said...
A 32-year-old man repeatedly subjected to sexual abuse whilst under the care of a West Yorkshire special school has been forced to waive his right to anonymity as he pursues his fight for justice.
John Brooke, originally from Heckmondwike but now living...
The parents of twins whose pram was hit by a car as they were being pushed across a pedestrian crossing have won the first round in their battle for compensation following a two-and-a-half year legal battle.
Six-month-old Alaura and Stephen McCulloch were...
A specialist military claims lawyer has said more needs to be done to help combat veterans after latest Ministry of Defence (MoD) figures revealed the numbers of injured troops appealing for financial support was soaring.
As the number of London cyclist fatalities in 2012 climbed to nine following another two deaths in the space of just over a week, a legal expert has demanded urgent action to address road safety issues for the capital’s cyclists.
A travel expert who is currently representing a woman who was injured in a recent coach crash in Egypt involving a number of British tourists is expecting more victims to make claims for damages.
Lawyers representing the family of two Oldham pensioners who were hit by a car on a zebra crossing earlier this year have appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Raymond Steele, 65, and his wife Lynn were walking on a zebra crossing on...
The widow of a Leicestershire man who was killed in a hit and run collision six months ago has renewed her appeal for witnesses to come forward as she continues her husband’s fight for justice.
Simon Ware, 44, of Broughton Astley, died...
A leading industrial disease expert has today joined calls for a global ban on the use of asbestos as events are held up and down the country to mark Action Mesothelioma Day 2012.
First held in 2006, Action Mesothelioma Day is an...
The government has been urged to do more to combat rising road casualty figures and place greater emphasis on implementing road safety measures.
The national brain injury charity UKABIF (United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum) has today launched a campaign aimed at highlighting the need for acute and early access to rehabilitation for ABI (Acquired brain injury) victims.
The president of the not-for-profit group APIL (Association of Personal Injury lawyers) has criticised a leading insurance company’s chief executive for comments he made regarding cutting and capping damages an injured person is entitled to.
Karl Tonks was moved to make the...
A specialist in road collision injuries has voiced her support for the more than 120,000 children who took part in a UK-wide march this week aimed at urging drivers to slow down.
Joanna Bailey was speaking after the annual ‘Giant Walking Bus’,...
A man who sustained serious brain damage after a devastating electric shock at work has been awarded a significant interim payment as his lengthy fight for justice continues.
A legal expert who specialises in helping victims of child abuse has said more needs to be done to combat the sexual exploitation of children which, according to a recent study, is ‘happening all over the country.’
Angela Dobbs , who is a...
A medical negligence specialist has welcomed the establishment of a new independent tribunal service which will manage all fitness-to-practice panel hearings for the UK medical profession from today.
A human rights expert has lambasted the findings of a recent survey which revealed that government cuts in funding were leading to a two-tier social care system.
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