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Botched cosmetic surgery & how to avoid it

By |November 10th, 2021|

As most people are aware, plastic surgery is not a new phenomenon. However, did you know that in Europe, the earliest' nose jobs' date back to as long ago as the mid-1400s? Thankfully plastic surgery techniques have come on leaps and bounds since those early, painful days. Nevertheless, the words' plastic surgery' and 'botched' are sometimes used in the same sentence. This is unfair on a profession that is a force for good. For example ...

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Food Delivery Driver Accidents – How Common Are They?

By |November 3rd, 2021|

Updated November 2021 Remember the days when getting fast food delivered to your door was limited to the odd pizza parlour and some entrepreneurial Indian and Chinese food outlets? Things have moved on apace in the intervening years, but it was an unexpected global crisis that really saw home food delivery services take off beyond all expectations. Amidst all the difficulties, tragedy and mass job losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic, there have been some ...

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In Conversation With: Darren Hanney, Personal Injury Solicitor

By |October 29th, 2021|

This month we are reintroducing our series of 'in conversation with’ articles, where we sit down with one of the Mooneerams team to find out all about them, their career and what it takes to be a personal injury solicitor. Today, we are chatting to Darren Hanney! Hi Darren, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Darren: Sure! I live with my family in Pencoed, Bridgend and I work at the Mooneerams head office ...

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Mooneerams Expands With New Branch in Bristol

By |October 26th, 2021|

Established for nearly 20 years, Mooneerams is a recognised name in South Wales. Our team of personal injury solicitors have been helping clients across Wales for years, and our presence across England has been growing too. With 8 offices across South Wales, we felt now was the perfect time to open our first office in England, with our chosen location being Bristol. Bristol is a thriving city and the largest in the South West of ...

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Why it’s important workers retain the right to be compensated for accident at work claims

By |October 21st, 2021|

The government finally got its way with the implementation of the delayed ‘whiplash reforms’ on the 31st of May 2021. A potted summary for those unsure as to what the so-called reforms entailed, can be described thus: “the introduction of a fixed tariff of compensation for those who suffer whiplash injuries in motor accidents and who decide to pursue a claim, together with a rise in the small claims limit for personal injury claims from ...

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What is a typical payout for personal injury in the UK?

By |October 15th, 2021|

If you have an accident and suffer injury, you’ll likely choose to make a personal injury claim. The claim will be against the person or organisation responsible for the accident. You may ask a personal injury solicitor to take on the compensation claim for you. Once you have chosen the injury lawyer you want to act for you, you’ll have lots of questions to ask them. One of the first will probably be to find ...

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Should the wearing of cycling helmets be made compulsory?

By |October 12th, 2021|

A Guardian newspaper report from June 2021 revealed the number of cyclists killed on the roads of Britain in 2020  had increased by 40% compared to the previous year’s figures. This statistic was even more alarming, considering overall cycling accident casualties reduced by 4% over the same period. It also seems a slightly confusing figure, given traffic volumes fell to as low as 22% of the norm during the first pandemic lockdown and to 57% ...

  • runner on pavement

4 types of running accident that might lead to a personal injury claim

By |September 27th, 2021|

A survey carried out by Sport England, released in April 2021, found that between November 2019 and November 2020, approximately 7.1 million people in England went out for a run at least twice within a period of 28 days. This figure was a 460,000  increase on the same statistics for the previous 12 months. Lockdown saw runners take to the streets, paths and running tracks like never before. According to a Public Health England report, ...

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What is a defective equipment injury claim?

By |September 21st, 2021|

Employers owe their employees a duty of care to keep them safe at work. This duty is in part imposed on them by common law and in part by statute. Common law comes from custom and precedent i.e., unwritten law that develops over time and law which results from the decisions of judges at court. Some judges decisions lay down important principles which can often remain the law for many years. Statutory law comes from ...

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And The Winner Of Our Great Big Air Freshener Giveaway Is….

By |September 16th, 2021|

Last month, we announced that we were running a competition to give away 5,000 Mooneerams branded air fresheners that we had been stockpiling at our Cardiff head office since the pandemic started. In normal times, we were giving our air fresheners away to clients and local businesses for free and in person, but after the last 18 months we soon found ourselves with boxes of delightfully-scented air fresheners in the stock room! So, we thought ...

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