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Firm fined for power line incident

A major South East potato supplier has been fined £10,000 after one of its employees suffered serious injuries from an...

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Firm fined over worker’s burns

A construction firm has been fined after a worker suffered severe burns when his pneumatic drill hit a power cable....

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Paintbrush accident claim permitted

A judge has ruled that the family of a boy who was severely brain damaged after falling on a paintbrush...

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Ruling on nuclear test damages case

Veterans who blame their ill health on Britain's nuclear tests in the 1950s are likely to attempt to take their...

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Top judge reveals Twitter fears

The country's top judge has warned that misuse of the internet during trials could threaten the future of the jury...

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Top judge doubts expert witnesses

One of the country's top judges has warned against placing too much faith in the evidence of so-called expert witnesses....

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Man fails in High Court privacy battle

A man who has obtained an order preventing the media from publishing private information has failed in a new bid...

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Personal Injury Awards Set To Rise

Malcolm Underhill, Partner at IBB Solicitors, who specialises in cases of maximum severity, particularly head and spinal injury arising out...

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Reform of Personal Injury Claims Announced by Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice has published its Business Plan for 2011-2015, during which time the Government will reform the justice...

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Take That star super-injunction lifted

A super-injunction won by Take That star Howard Donald preventing the naming of him in relation to stories by a...

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Legal aid budget faces £350m cut

Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has outlined plans to slash £350 million a year from the legal aid budget. Financial help...

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Epilepsy drug case put on hold

Some 170 families who blame an epilepsy drug for causing defects in their children have had litigation put on hold...

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