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Carl Waring

About Carl Waring

Carl Waring is an experienced solicitor who qualified in 1987. He has written extensively on the personal injury ‘reforms’ that have taken place since 2010. He is a freelance legal content writer and the Head of Business Development at Mooneerams, Solicitors.

Should I make a criminal injuries claim?

If you type the words 'criminal injuries' into your web browser and then click on the 'news' section of the menu at the top of the page, it's likely that you'll see a list of headlines, such as: 'Teenage boy rushed to hospital with head injury following robbery’ or: ‘Man ...

By |2020-12-04T16:25:02+00:00December 4th, 2020|Criminal Injuries Claim|

A Guide to Traumatic Brain Injury Compensation Claims

For most people the term ‘brain injury compensation’ conjures up thoughts of serious injury claims that lead to huge amounts of compensation being awarded to those who have suffered catastrophic head injuries in road traffic accidents or accidents at work. Some brain injury claims do result in compensation awards that ...

By |2020-11-15T14:48:57+00:00November 15th, 2020|Personal Injury Claims|

Road Traffic Safety Week: ‘There’s no need to speed’

You know how it is. The traffic lights are on red against you. You are in your car, in the middle lane of three, waiting for the green light to appear, so you can move off across the junction, where an empty carriageway waits for you. From the car on ...

By |2020-11-15T11:30:08+00:00November 13th, 2020|News|

6 of the Most Common Accidents at Work

Employers have a common law duty to look after their workers’ health and safety. That means that they must take reasonable care of their employees’ whilst they are at work. Accidents at work still happen though and there are lots of them too. In the year 2019, in the UK, ...

By |2020-11-10T08:44:26+00:00November 10th, 2020|Accidents at Work|

Claiming Compensation for Birth Injury Negligence

Birth injury negligence can catastrophically change the life course of the person affected before their life, has even begun. Such incidents are immensely traumatic for all involved, not least for the family of the baby and the medical team overseeing the care. A baby that was healthy in all respects ...

By |2020-09-30T14:46:30+01:00September 30th, 2020|Medical Negligence|

Why is there a ‘World Sepsis Day’?

There’s an argument for saying that there are so many ‘world ‘or ‘national’ recognition days that their individual effectiveness is in danger of wearing thin. Perhaps that’s as a result of ‘national’ or ‘world’ days such as ‘National Hamburger’ Day or ‘International Coffee Day’, or other such ‘days’ which, let’s ...

By |2020-09-10T11:22:30+01:00September 10th, 2020|News|
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