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Lawford Kidd's injury solicitors' blog designed to cover all areas of the law relating to accident compensation claims, injury claims and no win no fee in Scotland.

Older Pedestrians at Increased Risk in December

Older pedestrians are at increased risk of injury on the roads during the month of December, according to recent research.

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NHS Fails to Learn from Patient Deaths

NHS England is missing opportunities to learn from patient deaths and too many families are not being included or listened to when an investigation happens, according to a recent review by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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Workers Put at Risk by Dangerous Driving

The lives of refuse workers are regularly being placed at risk by reckless drivers, according to the GMB union. 

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Apprentices at Risk of Work-Related Injury

Apprentices are at greater risk of work-based injury than the average worker, new research from Direct Line for Business has revealed.

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Recent Case Highlights the Dangers of Distracted Driving

The risks to road users caused by distracted driving have been tragically highlighted in a recent case reported in the media. In this case, a lorry driver has received a prison sentence for killing a woman and three children when he crashed into their car because he was looking at his mobile phone.

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