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Personal Injury News

Thompsons Solicitors are the most experienced personal injury law firm in the UK, helping people injured by the negligence of others to make personal injury claims. We have a long history of fighting for the rights of injured people and pride ourselves on always striving to recover the maximum amount of compensation our injured clients deserve in the shortest possible time. We regularly publish news stories about our work and links to a selection of these can be found below. You can reach our press office by calling 0207 290 0000

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4th February 2016

World Cancer Day 2016: Deadly Mesothelioma Cancer remains biggest workplace killer

On World Cancer Day, Thursday 4 February 2016, leading trade union law firm Thompsons Solicitors is reminding workers across the UK of the deadly effects of asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma.

3rd February 2016

Tougher health and safety sentencing guidelines come into force

Tougher sentencing guidelines that could see higher fines issued to employers who breach their health and safety obligations have come into force.

3rd February 2016

Unite member forced to retire early wins compensation after accident at work

A machine paver operator, who was forced to retire after a spinal condition was accelerated by an accident at work has been awarded more than £60,000.

1st February 2016

Thompsons Solicitors and the Bakers', Food and Allied Food Workers Union launch campaign to tackle under-reporting of workplace accidents

Thompsons Solicitors and the Bakers', Food and Allied Food Workers Union (BFAWU) legal service have launched a new campaign to support members who are worried about reporting workplace accidents or health & safety breaches for fear of how their employers will treat them if they do.

1st February 2016

Flight illness leads campaigners to call for fume detectors on planes

American Airlines flight forced by unexplained fume event to turn around as cabin crew and passengers fell ill

29th January 2016

£7 billion windfall for car insurers over four years

Car insurers have enjoyed a £7 billion windfall in the last four years – and official figures suggest this has come despite rising serious and fatal accidents.

28th January 2016

Mesothelioma victim secures compensation

Thompsons Solicitors has secured compensation for a retired construction worker after he developed the fatal asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma.

22nd January 2016

Trade Union Ballot thresholds ‘unworkable and unlawful’ and ‘a dog’s dinner of a mess’ says Thompsons Solicitors

Law firm Thompsons Solicitors has called the government's response to the consultation on ballot thresholds in 'important public services', put forward in the Trade Union Bill, 'unworkable and unlawful'.

22nd January 2016

29 year old father from Wigan crushed to death at workplace

The death of man working as a supervisor at Hitchen Foods Limited in Ince, Wigan in 2015 was – a jury at Bolton Coroner's Court has found – accidental.

18th January 2016

Thompsons Solicitors launches ‘Small Claims, Big Impact’ campaign to challenge government attacks on people injured in road traffic accidents

Leading personal injury specialists, Thompsons Solicitors has launched a campaign to fight government proposals to increase the small claims limit, proposals which would severely impede injured people's access to legal representation in road traffic accident cases.

18th January 2016

Car accident victim says government small claims reforms would leave people vulnerable

A man who was injured when a van reversed into him has thanked the solicitors who are fighting his case and criticised the government for proposing reforms that will leave others in his situation without legal representation

15th January 2016

Inadequate training forces prison officer into medical retirement

A former prison officer has been awarded £185,000 in compensation after he suffered a permanent shoulder injury when taking part in mandatory control and restraint training at work.

14th January 2016

Government admits they have no mechanisms in place to guarantee insurance companies will pass on savings to motorists

Responding to a question raised in Parliament by Andy Slaughter MP, the government has conceded it will not impose any demands on insurers to pass on savings to motorists if the small claims limit is raised in motor accident claims.

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