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Eyes in the back of your head – could mirrors...
The number of cyclists involved in accidents on roads across the UK is on the rise, so Minster Law Serious...Read Story
Minster Law claims jargon buster
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Filtering is one of the most common factors in motorcycle...
Minster Law Solicitor and Senior Relationship Development Manager Matt Bell explores some of the rules and guidelines around filtering. Motorcycle...Read Story
Running a chronic pain case
Claimants who present with symptoms of chronic pain can lead to some of the more complex personal injury claims, Associate...Read Story
Chronic pain – the invisible disease
Unable to be seen, Chronic pain can be confusing, isolating and debilitating for those who suffer from it, Associate Solicitor...Read Story
Minster Law take proactive approach to complex Brachial plexus injuries
Most people have never heard of their brachial plexus, but a brachial plexus injury can have a life changing impact...Read Story
Hand and wrist injuries among the most common in bike...
Minster Law bike team leader and solicitor Matthew Midgley sees his pre-litigation fee earners routinely dealing with hand and wrist injuries as they’re a common injury...Read Story
Minster Law solicitor explores the impact of changes to Deputy...
Following the judgement of Master Whalan in PLK & Ors, which allows higher Deputy charges to now be considered reasonable Minster Law Associate Solicitor David Sears...Read Story
Common sense prevails in a landmark Court of Appeal decision...
Associate solicitor Shaun Walker provides his opinion on the Swift v Carpenter judgment and the benefit it will have for...Read Story
Changes to bereavement claims a step in the right direction
Reforms to the Fatal Accidents Act now allows for unmarried cohabitees to claim bereavement damages following the death of a...Read Story
A brief analysis of the Court of Appeal decision in...
Minster Law Associate Solicitor Jonathan Bamforth provides an overview of the appeal in Swift v Carpenter and the impact it...Read Story