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Seth Lovis & Co's personal injury solicitors in London can represent you in compensation claims for UK-wide work accidents, catastrophic injuries, accidents abroad and any personal injury incident which has led to your financial loss, pain and suffering.

Here you can read relevant news items regarding case law, health and safety investigations, and road and workplace safety as they happen across the UK.

A former bus driver who suffered serious multiple injuries in a work accident is still awaiting settlement for the incident, the Surrey Advertiser reports.

Newly reported figures from the RTA Portal Website detail that the number of car accident claims went up in 2014, outstripping the levels reached before the Jackson legal reforms.

A college lecturer in Stafford, who died from the condition mesothelioma, received his diagnosis only two weeks prior to his death.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission has upheld a complaint against Kent Police in respect of their investigations into a cycling accident which took the life of a 67-year-old man in 2011.

As reports of "chronic overcrowding" on London trains make the headlines, it is curious to note that little mention is being made of the risk to passenger safety which may result.

As holiday accidents go, the skiing accident which befell Formula One racing legend Michael Schumacher on December 29 2013 in Meribel, France, was extremely serious.

At 8.45pm on 7 September a bus collided with a cyclist on Richmond High Street, London.

Thankfully, lift accidents in which occupants suffer personal injuries are fairly rare, but reports from the London Fire Brigade has revealed statistics on the call-outs they receive to free people from lifts which have got stuck.

In a bid to improve road safety and halt the terrible toll of cycle accidents in London, Boris Johnson has revealed plans for the "world's longest segregated urban cycle route", the London Evening Standard reports.

As the Health and Safety at Work Act celebrates its 40th anniversary this month, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has released figures charting just how successful the landmark legislation has been since it was established in 1974 despite the rise in numbers of accident at work claims.

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