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The 4 Steps to Take After a Factory Accident

4 Steps You Should Take After an Accident in a Factory Suffering an accident in the workplace can often be traumatic and making a claim can often seem even scarier. After an accident, making a claim likely isn’t the first thing on your mind. However, if you would like to make a personal injury c...

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Daniel’s 127 Mile Charity Cycle Challenge

Daniel from Jefferies Solicitors completed an epic cycle ride on Friday the 10th of July. He cycled 127 miles in one day and raised a massive £390 for The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust.Congratulations Daniel that's fantastic!On Friday 10th July (weather permitting), Daniel ...

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The Warehouse Claim Guides You Can’t Afford To Miss

If you work in a warehouse either as an employee or employer you need to do all that you can to ensure that your warehouse is a safe place to work for you and those around you. Of course, even with the highest levels of training and equipment accidents can happen. Slips, trips and falls, objects ...

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You’ve been knocked off your bike by a car

In 2018, 17,550 cyclists were injured in reported road accidents, including 4,205 who were killed or seriously injured. Many of these cyclists will have been knocked off their bike by another road user.Some of the most common cycling accidents caused by a third party include those that occur ...

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Letter of Engagement (what’s that then?)

What is a letter of engagement? It's a legal term that's often used in personal injury claims and is sometimes left unexplained. So what exactly is it?A letter of engagement acts as written confirmation that there is an agreement about the services that a firm is going to provide for their c...

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4 Things you Should Know about Warehouse Accidents

Four Things you Should Know about Warehouse Accidents If you work in a warehouse you may think that you know how to keep yourself safe. However, most accidents are caused by not knowing the proper practices or being misinformed. Jefferies are here to bust four myths about warehouse accidents to ...

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Can I Transfer A Personal Injury Claim? 

Can I transfer a personal injury claim?  Do you feel unhappy with the legal service you have received from another solicitor or law firm? At Jefferies Solicitors, we understand that there may be many reasons for wishing to transfer an existing claim. Our experts can offer free advice on transfer...

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Best practices for using the roads (to keep you and those around you safe) 

Best practices for using the roads (to keep you and those around you safe). Whether you are a pedestrian, a driver or cyclist it is important to be aware of road safety regulations to keep safe. While most people are taught about road safety at school, this can often be forgotten as we get older...

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Jogging and Walking Safety Tips

Staying Safe on the Pavement With recent reports claiming that walking has been the most popular new activity with three in ten (30%) introducing this into their lockdown regimes, followed in popularity by jogging,-staying safe on the pavement whilst walking or jogging is more important and rele...

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Staying Safe – Assault During lockdown

Staying Safe - from Assault During Lockdown  With empty shops and office buildings and quieter streets, the current pandemic has led to an increase in opportunist crime such as burglary and mugging.  Such as the reported increase in car break-ins. Staying safe in the current climate means keepin...

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6 Misconceptions about Accidents

Misconceptions about Accidents Have you been in an accident or would you like to know more about exactly how common accidents occur? Then this blog will take you through two common misconceptions about two specific types of accidents – accidents at work and car accidents – to highlight misconcep...

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Quick labour supply leads to negligence

Temporary Workers Personal injury claims-As A Result of Lack of Training When lockdown came into force, many industries ground to a halt and those that could have adjusted to the new normal of remote working. Then there have been the well-documented businesses who have had to carry on supporting...

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How Does Your Warehouse Stack Up?

How does your warehouse stack up? A Short Guide To Warehouse safety Whether you’re a warehouse owner and operator or an employee it’s important to keep on top of health and safety regulations regarding your place of work to make sure that everyone stays safe. So, Jefferies Solicitors have writte...

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No Win, No Fee Simply Explained

What is No Win, No Fee?  ‘No Win, No Fee’ is a common legal term to hear or see when exploring legal websites and talking to experts but what does it actually mean? Jefferies Solicitors are here to explain it simply to ensure that you can be as informed as possible about what options are out the...

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Cycling Accidents

5 Things You Didn't Know About Cycling Accidents Cyclists can be particularly vulnerable to being involved in a serious road accident. Therefore, it is useful for all cyclists to be as well informed as possible about personal injury claims relating to cycling accidents and what to do in the even...

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Accident in 140 characters (more or less)

 Over the next couple of weeks, we're going to produce a series of blogs, for you, to try and explore some of the legal terminologies used. Why? Simply to try and make things more understandable.This week's topic is  'What is An Accident?’   What Is An Accident? You could go with t...

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E-scooters get the go ahead (a trial one)

E-Scooters A good idea(or not) Birmingham and Coventry have been chosen for an e-scooter trail with an emphasis on how they can be used safely.E-scooters look stylish and are a novel way of traveling, and are a greener way of getting about but they can be extremely dangerous as we have highl...

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Delay to Whiplash Reforms due to Covid-19

Delay to Whiplash Reforms due to COVID-19 This week the Government announced an update to the whiplash Reform Programme. On the 21st April 2020 Robert Buckland (The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice) provided an update, in a statement he said:"The Government remains firmly c...

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Children with Arthritis Are Facing Diagnosis Delays Warns National Charity

Children with Arthritis Are Facing Diagnosis Delays Warns National Charity While arthritis is commonly thought of as a disease that affects older people, as many as 15,000 children in the UK have the condition.According to national charity, Versus Arthritis, sadly many children are not getti...

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Government Increases Personal Injury Discount Rate

Government Increases Personal Injury Discount Rate Earlier this week, the government announced a change to the way personal injury compensation payments are calculated. On the 5th August, the personal injury discount rate will rise from -0.75% to -0.25%.Under the Civil Liability Act 2018, th...

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