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These Car Accident Statistics Will Startle You!

As personal injury lawyers in Cheshire, we know first-hand that cars should be seen as powerful weapons because when car accidents happen the results can be devastating. The Oxford English Dictionary defines an accident as, ‘an event that happens by chance, or that is without apparent or deliberate cause,’ which indicates that it is usually […]

What is Involved in a Personal Injury Claim for Broken Bones?

As a personal injury claim company, we deal with many cases of broken bones. One thing we have discovered from this is that there are common misconceptions about the differences between a fractured bone and a broken bone. In medical terms, any bone that is cracked, crushed or broken is referred to as a fracture, […]

What should I do if I have a car accident?

In the UK, there were 194,477 people injured on our roads in 2014. Driving a car, or even being a passenger in one is not without risk. 72% of car accidents occur on built up roads, so driving in a city or urban environment is riskier than driving on country lanes for example. If you […]

Workplace Health and Safety Statistics

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the UK have recently released the workplace health and safety statistics to workplace accidents and injuries for 2013-2014. A quick glance at the headline figures paints a startling picture. Despite a great many health and safety laws and requirements being introduced over the last ten years or so; […]

Benefits of Hiring Local Personal Injury Lawyers in Manchester, Stockport & Cheshire

As Personal Injury Lawyers based in Wilmslow in Cheshire, GO-Law are well aware that being involved in any type of accident is stressful, and even more so if you sustain an injury as part of this accident. If you do sustain an injury and are thinking about making a claim for compensation, you may be […]

Falling at Work Claims – The Dangers of Working at Height

In the UK, many industries require their workers to work at height, using ladders or platforms. Falls are not uncommon and they usually result in an injury, sadly a percentage of these falls are fatal. Almost all of these accidents are preventable, meaning human or mechanical error is the cause. But if you work at […]

Car Accident Compensation for Cyclists

 As a nation, we are being encouraged to take more exercise, join a gym, go swimming, walk more, take the stairs and get on our bikes. Many of us take regular exercise and one of the easiest ways to do that is to make it part of our daily routine, cycling to and from work […]

The Most Common Type of Car Accidents

Unfortunately, the number of car accidents occurring in the UK is on the rise, and so it is highly likely that every person reading this post will be involved in some kind of car accident within their lifetime. With around 245,000 miles of road within the UK and approximately 35 million vehicles, it isn’t surprising […]

Asbestosis – A Devastating Disease with No Cure

If you have worked with asbestos in the past, you are likely to have been exposed to harmful asbestos particles, fine dust and fibres. When the asbestos fibres are breathed in, the asbestos particles enter the lungs and gradually damage them over time. For a case of asbestosis to develop, prolonged exposure to asbestos fibres […]

National Road Victims Month – August 2015

Each August in the UK we mark National Road Victims Month. It is a time where we remember those who have been killed or injured on our roads. Road safety charity, RoadPeace organise some remembrance events each August, as well as working to raise road safety awareness.

August is an especially poignant month in terms of […]