Go Kart serious injury claim wins five figure compensation

January 16, 2019
go kart accident

Corries have won a case turned down by other lawyers. Corries have won a serious injury Go Kart accident case turned down by national solicitors and a barrister and have won five figure compensation. Corries are specialist Personal Injury solicitors. No one works harder for you. We go the extra mile to get you the compensation you deserve. Call us FREE on 0800 655…

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Worried about your chest? Here’s some quick advice about checking your health

November 14, 2018
Check your health in the cold

As the weather gets colder more people notice chest problems. However too many people ignore signs which could be the start of serious disease or cancer. Corries are specialist asbestos claim solicitors. We work for victims of asbestos disease and cancers. Call us FREE on 0800 083 7839. Read here about some practical and sensible…

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GDPR and medical records – are the new rules hurting your compensation claim?

November 5, 2018
GDPR

New GDPR rules introduced in May 2018 were meant to help easier access for us all. We ask the question though – has it made things worse? And what can we do to solve the problems? Corries are a leading personal injury practice. We have helped thousands of people every year get the compensation they…

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Mineworker from Sutton-in-Ashfield

October 18, 2018

Mr W of Sutton-in-Ashfield was advised in 1989 by an IFA, Bale Insurance to transfer his pit pension of £5,807 to Standard Life. The IFA was no longer in business and therefore the Financial Services Compensation Scheme agreed to deal with the claim and awarded compensation of £48,000.

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Rolls Royce worker from Crewe

October 18, 2018

Mr M from Crewe worked for Rolls Royce and was persuaded by an IFA, Moray Financial Services to transfer his Rolls Royce pension fund of £3,422 to Scottish Equitable. He was awarded £35,047.20 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme after a successful claim had been made due to the IFA no longer being in operation.

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Latest news on PIP breast implant litigation

October 10, 2018
Latest PIP News

In the PIP breast implant litigation our French lawyer has now confirmed that the appeal has been successful. However, the case must be heard again. At the moment we are awaiting further advice on the procedure and how long this will take. We will notify our clients of developments once we have a fuller picture…

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Mineworker from Huddersfield

August 18, 2018

Mr H of Huddersfield was a miner and member of the Mineworkers Pension Scheme. In 1991 he was persuaded by an agent of the Colonial Mutual (now Aviva) to transfer his pit pension of £4,639 to them. Aviva eventually agreed that he had been wrongly advised to transfer his pension and compensation of £84,456 was…

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Mineworker from Easington

August 18, 2018

Mr J from Easington was a member of the MPS and in 1993 was persuaded by an agent of Sun Life Financial of Canada to transfer his pit pension of £10,849.24 to them. In the end, they admitted that this was poor advice and paid compensation £77,461.33.

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Not sure if you have a claim? Read about what to ask and how we can make it easier for you

August 17, 2018
choosing the right solicitor

Thousands of people in the UK need advice every day to make claims for compensation. With so many claims firms and lawyers out there how do know if you have a claim and if the lawyer is right for you? Read below about some practical ways you can make sure you have got the right…

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Asbestos cancer scheme numbers show asbestos curse is far from over

August 16, 2018
asbestos scheme numbers

Updated numbers for an asbestos cancer scheme show that asbestos cancer deaths remain high. Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) The DMPS was set up in April 2014 in response to pressure from charities and lobbyists to get compensation for asbestos cancer (mesothelioma) victims. The scheme was set up to help those who could not otherwise…

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