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Lawford Kidd

Expert claims & compensation solicitors. We can help you if you have suffered an accident or injury in Scotland. http://www.lawfordkidd.co.uk Call 0800 027 1480

Appearing before the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee this week, the Rt Hon Lord Gill, Lord President of the Court of Session, criticised the current civil justice system for wasting public money, stating:

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Just over ten years after hand-held mobiles were banned at the wheel, Brake is renewing its call to ban hands-free kits, as a Brake and Direct Line survey reveals that almost half (45%) of drivers admit to chatting when driving.

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A woman has been awarded an undisclosed amount of compensation after suffering a horrifying ordeal during surgery, reports the Telegraph.

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The controversial Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill introduced by Kenny MacAskill, Cabinet Secretary for Justice, on 6 February 2014 continues to receive criticism – and not just from Scotland’s personal injury lawyers.

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The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has launched a two year Europe-wide campaign to tackle stress at work.

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Moves to improve the compliance and traceability of medical devices took a step forward this week, when MEPs approved at first reading proposals to ensure stricter monitoring and certification procedures.

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It is a sad fact that life changing workplace injuries can affect a worker at any stage of their career, from young people leaving education and entering the workplace for the first time, to older workers, who should be starting to wind down and look forward to enjoying their retirement.

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An NHS Trust has admitted liability for the death of a baby, who was stillborn in August 2011, reports the BBC.

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The winners of the 2014 International Safety Awards have recently been announced by the British Safety Council.

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The Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has renewed its call for a review of the Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) system in Scotland, following the publication of the FAI findings into the deaths of 16 men in the Miller Helicopter tragedy in the North Sea on 1st April 2009,

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