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Early assessment key to getting Richard the rehabilitation he needed after his road traffic accident

Monday 23rd April 2018

When Richard Holdstock severely injured his right arm in a car accident five years ago, he never anticipated how much his life could be affected as a result. However, with the help of the team at Minster Law, an early assessment of his injuries enabled him to quickly access rehabilitation and therapy services, allowing him…

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Motorcycle safety innovations to aid accident prevention

Tuesday 17th April 2018

Being involved in a motorcycle accident can be really daunting, but as part of your claims journey with us, we can provide advice not only on the legal aspects of your motorcycle accident claim, but on wider areas of support too. For example, our specialist biking team are always on hand to offer motorbike accident…

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What happens if the other driver is uninsured or untraced?

Friday 6th April 2018

Claims brought against an uninsured third party If you’ve been involved in an accident and the other driver does not hold a valid policy of insurance, you are still able to pursue a personal injury claim. Whether you’re claiming for a motorcycle accident or a car accident, the case will be brought against the Motor…

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The personal impact of Personal Injury Reforms

Thursday 5th April 2018

A retired woman from Dorset, who faced 10 months of pain following a car accident that wasn’t her fault, could have received over £3,000 less than her actual settlement if the government’s proposed reforms to personal injury compensation become law. The tariffs are part of a raft of proposed reforms to personal injury claims for…

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