Personal injuries can be traumatic but they can also have far reaching effects on your lifestyle and your ability to support your family. If you have sustained an injury in the last three years, we'll help you pursue a claim for any personal injury compensation to which you might be entitled.
You're at our most vulnerable when you're sick or injured so it's important that any treatment you receive is effective, appropriate and correctly administered. If for any reason it isn't and if you believe you have suffered as a result, then our medical negligence claims specialists can help.
Road traffic accidents are one of the most common causes of personal injury and consequent loss of earnings. If you've been in involved in an accident in the last three years that wasn't your fault, then our road accident claim specialists can help you secure any compensation that is rightfully due to you.
Today, the health risks associated with asbestos are well known but there are many thousands of workers who have been exposed to this deadly mineral in the past. If you believe that this has happened to you and that your health has suffered as a result, please contact our asbestos claims specialists today.
Personal Injury Solicitors
Peregrine Claims is a highly experienced company of legal experts working with a panel of solicitors specialising in personal injury compensation and similar claims.
For more information or to discuss your claim, please call us on 0800 078 7736
Despite the new evidence about the mechanics of whiplash and the overriding social and legal implications of whiplash, physicians still are called upon to offer practical self-help advice to their patients on what they can or cannot do. The consensus on whiplash management is currently settling upon a combination of therapeutic approaches, which include patient information, reassurance, and mobilization or activation through neck-specific exercises. This approach has not been scientifically validated, but is a synthesis of the best current evidence.
The City regulator will pave the way for Britain's big banks to pay out billions of pounds in compensation over the industry's latest mis-selling scandal. I have learnt that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is to set out a revised framework for small business customers (SMEs) to pursue redress for the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products, which were designed to provide insurance against steep rate rises. Sources said that a crucial element of the FSA announcement would relate to a change in the definition of "sophisticated" customers, or those who would not be eligible to pursue compensation. The new regime to be outlined by the FSA will alter the bracket of SMEs which will be eligible for compensation by increasing a £6.5m turnover threshold, according to people briefed on the details. The changes will be an admission that the criteria used during a pilot scheme that ended recently failed to meet the needs ...