How to make money for nothing after a car accident. Money for nothing? How? Well it appears that it is simple: have a non-fault, non-damage, non-claim accident and your insurers will ask you, the innocent driver, to hand over money …. for nothing!
If the media reports are to be believed, anybody making a claim for ‘whiplash’ is a scammer, fraudster, or simply out to make money for nothing.
My own personal experience of ‘whiplash’ is a far different story.
Whiplash reforms: penalise the majority for the actions of the few?
The ‘whiplash reforms’ announced by the Government in the 2015 Autumn Statement will remove the right of injured people to claim compensation for ‘minor’ whiplash injuries. The insurance industry states that whiplash reforms are necessary to combat whiplash claim fraud. The problem is, the ‘fraud’ figures quoted by insurers are often misrepresented.
The story of how a Phantom turned one lawyer from a social media hater to a social media addict … with some amazing results.
5 years! At the time of writing this post, this is the length of time that I have been a Tweeter. Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? Well yes it does, when you’re actually having fun, but when I first joined Twitter I wasn’t having much fun. In fact, I wasn’t having any Twitter fun at all.
Beckett & Co Solicitors was once again thrilled to play host to over 60 local businesses, charities, media and enterprise organisations at our first Chorley Tweetup networking event of the year. The coffee and conversations flowed at the event at Runshaw College Business Centre, Euxton Lane, Chorley, where we were once again joined by our media partners, Chorley FM.