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If, however, you feel that you have suffered an injury that could have been prevented, please do not hesitate in contacting our team on 01702 332311.
Essex Personal Injury Lawyers (EPIL) represents the dedicated personal injury team of Essex based law firm, Jefferies Essex LLP.
With the threat of weather warnings on the horizon, this most wonderful time of year gets quickly associated with hazardous conditions.
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We have successfully secured compensation for a client who was involved in an unusual road traffic accident.
At an Irish amusement park last year, a dozen people were injured as a set of stairs at the House of Horrors suddenly collapsed. Visitors heard a loud bang as the stairs gave way, but assumed it was just part of the Halloween entertainment.
It’s high tide and #surf’s up all around Essex County?—?the number of water-sports enthusiasts on our coast is on the rise, along with the accidents and injuries resulting from faulty equipment or neglect.
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Whilst some of us have the luxury of enjoying the good weather and sunshine the summer can actually be a very busy time of year for the NHS who are often overloaded with seasonal injuries.
We list some of the main causes behind accidents in the summer season, and offer you assistance and advice should you need to make a claim.
When people think about accidents they may think of road traffic collisions, but this isn’t always the case. However, accidents can happen anywhere and can come about under the most unusual circumstances, imagine going to see your favourite rock or pop star in concert only to be injured due to a gimmick that goes wrong.
Jefferies have been successful in securing compensation for a client who was involved in an unusual road traffic accident whilst waiting for a bus. Whilst our client stood on the pavement he was suddenly and without warning struck from behind by a reversing van which caused the back of his head to hit the van.
A borough council has been hit with a £13,000 fine after a child had two fingertips severed when they were trapped in a playpark gate designed for children under 11 years old. Trafford Magistrates’ Court was told how the two-year-old boy trapped his fingers in an external gate of the children’s play area at Springfield Park in Heywood, which falls under the responsibility of Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council, resulting in the injuries to his left hand.