What are the new personal injury reforms in the Civil Liability Bill?

The big news in the personal injury world this week has been the introduction in Parliament of the Civil Liability Bill which contains reforms of whiplash claims and changes to the way the discount rate applied to personal injury ...

Can I make a personal injury claim for a supermarket accident?

All supermarkets are legally obliged to ensure their stores are clean and safe. If they fail to uphold this responsibility and, as a result, you have an accident causing injury, you will be able to claim compensation for the injuries ...

I’ve been injured while cycling – what should I do next? (Witness statements)

Answer 1 – gathering witness details If you have sustained a personal injury in a cycling accident and there are witnesses, it is extremely important that you collect their contact details. A witness could be another cyclist, motorist, a passenger in a car or a passing pedestrian.

Should I Accept The First Offer Made By An Insurer?

I am often contacted by a potential client who has been injured in an accident which wasn’t their fault. The client explains to me that the other insurers have been in contact and offered a hire car, physiotherapy treatment as well as £1,000 compensation for injuries.

£40,000 compensation award for medical negligence case

One of Goodge Law’s recent successes was a £40,000 compensation award for a client who had suffered injuries due to medical negligence. My client was admitted to West Middlesex Hospital for elective total right knee replacement surgery. In the process of this surgery, my client’s larynx was punctured by a trainee anaesthetist during intubation.

Goodge Law client receives significant compensation for workplace injury

I acted for a client on a no win, no fee basis after they were injured working as a security guard for a large company. The accident occurred when my client was signing in a visitor near to some security barriers.

Why do claims take such a long time?

Why do claims take such a long time? This is a question that clients, contacts and friends ask me all the time. It’s not an easy question to answer. In short, there are two reasons: complexity and dispute. Let’s take the ...

Mike Greenstein from Goodge Law interviewed on LBC

The proposed changes to the current ‘no win no fee’ legislation have been in the news recently. The Government has been attacking personal injury solicitors for pursuing claims on behalf of their clients, without explaining ...

Trip and slip injury and accident claims

If you have a trip or slip on a pavement, who is responsible? And what should you do? In my personal injury law practice, trips and slips on pavements are some of the most common types of injury claim. Like my last blog, it’s important ...

What should you do if you have an accident at work?

By Mike Greenstein, personal injury solicitor at Goodge Law, London Any decent no win-no fee solicitor will try to take on a case that has a good chance of success. Thankfully, I’ve got a good record of winning personal injury cases such as trips and slips at work.