You may have been injured in a work accident or a slip, trip or a fall whilst out shopping? Personal injury warrants for you to get compensation. This Manners Pimblett article focuses on injuries sustained to your hands and how much compensation you could receive.

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Labels and stereotypes are unfortunate aspects of society. You may not approve, but being branded one thing or another fits our complex social and welfare systems, making dealing with other people easier. As humans we can cope with anything as long as it has a label or a name. Disability in any form following an accident presents a number of new challenges on your life. This Manners Pimblett article looks at coping with disability, beyond the day to day challenges, for you and a loved one.

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Tinnitus is not a disease but rather a symptom resulting from a range of underlying problems with the ear. The ringing noise that people perceive to hear can be quite annoying and thwart sleep. Damage to hearing is disturbing and can have a varied effect on those who suffer from Tinnitus. This Manners Pimblett article delves into the subject of damage to hearing and the ear following an injury to the person or a working environment issue.

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Car crash or traffic accident, there are many schools of thought as to what you should and should not do at the scene. All parties involved in the traffic accident have legal obligations. What you do at the scene of the traffic accident may have direct implications to you weeks or months after the accident has occurred. This Manners Pimblett article is a guide on what to do at the scene of an accident.

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A vital aspect of your daily life are your senses. As a human being you traverse this life being fed data from sound, touch, taste, small and sight. Any interruption of your senses and your user experience of the world is impaired. Your capability of functioning after your accident is limited. This Manners Pimblett article is about injury to the eye or eyes following an accident and realistic compensation amounts.

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Making a personal injury claim following a road traffic accident or car crash, you are often open to choices as to who you make your claim with. As a potential claimant you may not be aware of your choices and the potential pitfalls involved in making the wrong decision. This Manners Pimblett article looks at making an accident claim with a third party insurance company and the effects this has on compensation amounts.

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There are many definitions for PTSD but the basic analogy one can apply to the disorder is a severe and ongoing emotional reaction to an extreme psychological trauma. This Manners Pimblett article looks at the often difficult world of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, its effects and the actual amounts of compensation that have been awarded for the condition.

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When considering an accident claim, many of the people I speak to have had an air of caution about them. Some may find it hard to believe that although it is reported in the press that this country is developing a full compensation culture (£500,000 for a cut finger reported in the press this week!), many potential accident claimants are reluctant to make an accident claim if they have not taken a day off sick from work. This Manners Pimblett article takes a look into making an accident claim if you have not been off sick from work.

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We are talking about you. The very essence of you, everything that makes you, well you! Injury to the mind is probably the hardest form of injury for anyone to deal with. When you have to cope with someone you love sustaining a psychiatric injury after an accident, the consequences can be devastating for all concerned. This Manners Pimblett article and part two in the series, takes an uncomfortable look into the world of psychiatric injuries.

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Personal injury compensation amounts are over inflated by some accident claim companies to entice people into making a claim. It is all part of a sales process to companies. These are businesses that use social engineering to get you to make an accident claim. At Manners Pimblett we base what we do on quality service. This Manners Pimblett article looks at quality service, verses unrealistic compensation amounts and disappointment when awarded compensation does not meet expectation.

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Suffered a head injury or a blow to the head at work or in an accident? Arguably the most complex part of the body, with all its grey contents you can understand why we have had to break the discussion about head injuries and compensation into a series of articles. This Manners Pimblett article looks at minor injuries to the head with no brain damage and minor brain damage with good recovery.

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Spend any time during the day near a television (as long as it is switched on!) and it becomes clear that there are a number of prolific accident claims companies that advertise on television. Often they use actors spouting verb and metaphor to attempt to cagoule the viewer into making an accident claim. This article looks at why Manners Pimblett is not seen on TV and you will be surprised...

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Feet are curious parts of your anatomy. From toe to heel your feet have evolved to maximise your stability whilst carrying out a full range of activities as a human being. When your foot or feet are injured you can be laid up or off sick for weeks. This Manners Pimblett article looks at personal injuries to feet.

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When considering a personal injury accident claim against work, it is important that you understand the context of your claim. Understanding the purpose of your injury claim will aid you healing process and help you educate others on that process. This Manners Pimblett article looks at the reasoning behind making a personal injury claim against work.

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Last week mother-nature was teasing us; a few warm days brought out the daffodil shoots, gardeners and frolicking children, now we're all dodging hail stones and scraping ice off our cars again!

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Following a recent spate of accidents on the M61 motorway, we have decided to take a look at the history of this road and the amount of car crashes or road traffic accidents that involve death or injury. This Manners Pimblett article focuses on accidents on the M61.

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Builders, electricians, plumbers and plasterers are just some of the specialist trades that operate in construction environments. Yet these tradesmen are also in a group where work accidents are seldom the subject of formal accident claims. This Manners Pimblett article takes a closer look at work related injuries, reported injuries by self employed workers and statistics.

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From the initial free call to our team of personal injury advisors, right up to you receiving maximum compensation. Manners Pimblett and our panel of dedicated solicitors are dedicated to helping you make your claim. Call our team on 0800 970 2907, see how we can help?

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With the news that a UK car plant is on the brink of closure, threatening thousands of jobs, making an accident claim may be the last thing on your mind. Once made redundant from work, the barrier between holding back from making a claim against work and actually making a making a claim against work is raised. This Manners Pimblett article looks at the current economic climate and making an accident claim against work.

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Accident at work ruined my life. it is often the case that individuals feel alienated from work after having an accident. Not only do you have the injury to overcome and the psychological trauma, you also hve to face your employer. After all being off sick from work you have a guilty conscience every time you switch the television on or leave the house to carry out rudimentary chores. You still need to live even if after an accident at work or if you are away from work on the sick.

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Any accident is not a good thing, but when an accident happens at work you can feel as if your world is turned upside down. After all, if you have suffered injuries as a result of your accident, then the road to recovery is sometimes a long one. Any reminder of your accident at work will make the healing process harder. This Manners Pimblett article focuses on claiming against work after an accident where you have been injured.

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Over the next four weeks, Manners Pimblett will be looking at making a claim against work. What are the implications of work related accidents? If you have been involved in an accident at work, then we want to hear from you. How did you company deal with your claim against them? What advice would you give to others who find themselves wishing to claim against their employers? We want to help you too! To claim for a work related injury call 0800 970 2907 or complete one of our online forms. We offer a no win no fee service. Leave a comment or enquire about a claim?

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Injured at work? Need to claim compensation for a work related injury? Manners Pimblett offer a no win no fee service. This means you can claim and know that you are going to get maximum compensation. It does not matter about how you were injured, the important aspect of your work related injury is the fact that you need to recover and be able to recoup your out of pocket costs and be compensated for your injury.

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Had an accident at work? Need to claim compensation for an accident at work? Manners Pimblett specialises in no win no fee claims for injuries sustained as result of an accident at work. This Manners Pimblett article discusses accidents in the workplace and compensation.

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Although there are constant reports of our National Health Service being stretched to its limits, we are lucky to have the NHS. Those who can afford private medical cover are equally fortunate to receive the high standards of medical/hospital cover. However, when it comes to treatment and operations, accidents and negligence can happen. This Manners Pimblett article looks at making a claim for Medical Negligence.

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As the winter snow gets a grip on the UK for a second day, the amount of injuries caused by slipping on ice and snow has rocketed. Accident and Emergency departments in hospitals throughout Great Britain have initiated emergency protocols to cope with the added influx of snow related injuries. The Met Office has issued more advanced severe weather warnings, ranging from Rain in the South East to more heavy snow showers across the Pennines and the North of England. Expect 10 to 20 centimetres of fresh snow. As temperatures plummet added care needs to be taken as roads and pavements freeze.

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The met office has predicted heavy snow in Northern Ireland, Northern England and parts of Wales by Monday the 5th of February 2009 and leading into Tuesday the 6th of February 2009. It is expected that the snow will accumulate in places which may cause disruption. Care must be taken on areas with higher ground. This may lead to slips, trips or falls. Our administrative teams are hoping so for sledging capabilities.

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Following a Freedom of Information Act request, it has been revealed that more than 90 percent of schools in the borough of Stockport have Asbestos in their buildings. This Manners Pimblett article looks at typical local authority and its problems with asbestos in its public buildings.

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Heavy snow and gails have been forecast by the Met office for this weekend and into early next week. The risk of slips, trips and falls may be increased. By Tuesday the 20th of January the following regions of the UK may have been affected by heavy snow:

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From today (11th of January 2008) the Roma II treaty comes into effect. The Rome law was set out to give clarity to personal injury claims in the European Union. i.e. who can claim where and in what country etc. Manners Pimblett takes a brief look at this European law change and how it affects the legal process.

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Classic winter weather conditions prevail overnight as the United Kingdom looks at yet another big freeze. With the met office issuing a severe weather warning for London and the South East, the temperature is set to drop throughout the country and remain cold until the weekend. A brief Manners Pimblett weather warning.

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