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Dupuytren Contracture Disease: What is it?

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Dupuytren Contracture Disease is now a prescribed disease, but what is it? Tilly Bailey & Irvine's Personal Injury Solicitors explain. On 19 th September 2018 the Social Security (Industrial Injuries) (Prescribed Disease) Amendment Regulations...

The growing danger of asbestos in schools

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Is asbestos negligence becoming a more serious issue in schools? Mark Ellis, a personal injury claim specialist at Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors explains the situation... The Department of Education in 2018 revealed that some 87% of...

Asbestos training plummets during Covid-19 lockdown

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Covid-19 and subsequent lockdowns have resulted in asbestos training plummeting. Tilly Bailey & Irvine's Personal Injury Solicitors highlight how this ups the risk of people suffering asbestos-related injuries. The Covid Pandemic...

HAVS and VWF injury claims: How solicitors offer a vital second opinion

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Have you been a victim of HAVS or VWF injuries? Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors in Hartlepool explain what you can do if your union no longer assists or pursues your claim, and how a solicitor can help your case. Mark Ellis of Tilly Bailey...

What is HAVS? Increase in Claims for Vibration White Finger

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Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors, who have assisted clients who have suffered from the Industrial Disease Vibration White Finger (HAVS) for the last 30 years, have seen an increased number of enquiries in relation to the condition recently. ...

Explained: Asbestos Claims and Compensation

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How do you approach an asbestos-related personal injury claim? Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors answer your questions... Thousands of people are diagnosed with asbestos related injuries annually. There are currently more than 5,000 deaths from...

Road Accidents: Examining The New Whiplash Tariff Scheme

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Why are compensation claims for travel delays outweighing whiplash claims? It seems wrong, as Personal Injury legal experts at Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors argue… The Ministry of Justice intends to increase the small claims limit...

Asbestos Negligence: Mesothelioma Scheme a 'Step in the Right Direction'?

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With negligence claims rising in the UK, Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors take a look at the Diffuse Mesothelioma Scheme and the changes that could be made to help victims of asbestos injuries . Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors has seen...

Personal Injury Discount Rate Reduced: Insurance Premium Reduction To Come?

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In August, discount rates will be reduced in personal injury claims. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitor Mark Ellis explains the Lord Chancellor's update and the effects on insurance premiums... The Lord Chancellor recently issued a...

Damages Lottery for Bereaved Families

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Should bereavement damages be given an increase? Tilly Bailey & Irvine's legal advisers explain the current situation... Personal Injury lawyers have recently asked the Government to act to increase damages for families of people who have been...

Personal Injury Claims: The Difference Between Pleural Thickening And Pleural Plaques

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Pleural Thickening is one of several specialist personal injury claims that can be brought, but it must be done so with an experienced solicitor. Tilly Bailey & Irvine 's personal injury solicitors in Hartlepool explain more.... TBI had a...

Asbestos Victims Can Still Recover Damages Where Insurers Cannot Be Traced

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Asbestos victims can still recover damages where insurers cannot be traced, says Mark Ellis , a Partner of our North East firm. Victims of the fatal asbestos induced cancer, mesothelioma , who are unable to trace their employers or an employers...

What Is Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS?)

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Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome often shortened to HAVS is an industrial injury that can cause severe pain and potentially long lasting damage to a person’s fingers and hands. It used to be known as Vibration White Finger (VWF) owing to one of...

Clients Facing Uncertain Times Where Existing Solicitors Are Intervened By SRA

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We have seen over the last 6 – 12 months an increasing number of clients who have found that their acting solicitors have had their practice intervened by the SRA and have left their claim in a state of uncertainty. A number of instructions have been...

Have You Had A Deafness Claim With Isaac Abraham Solicitors?

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The SRA ( Solicitors Regulation Authority) intervened in the practice of Isaac Abraham Solicitors in August of this year, and immediately suspended the practising certificate of one of its partners, Safina Shah. Although the firm is based in the...

North Easts Many Coke Workers May Be Entitled To Compensation

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Thousands of coke oven workers in the North East may be entitled to recompense for diseases caused by exposure to toxic airborne substances at work. Mark Ellis , one of the region’s leading specialists in industrial disease compensation claims,...

Will Anyone Help When Your Personal Injury Claim Isn't An Easy Win?

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When you visit a restaurant, your expectation is an enjoyable meal … and then life goes on. If you decide to ride a funfair ride, or visit a theme park, you want to go home exhilarated and maybe exhausted, but certainly not injured. ...

Why Are Insurance Companies 'Guilt-Tripping' Claimants?

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Mark Ellis , one of Tilly Bailey & Irvine’s specialists in Personal Injury Law has warned that insurance companies are making every effort to discourage genuine claimants from seeking rightful compensation by making them feel...