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Rotator cuff shoulder injury

Your shoulder is a complex joint and injuries can affect your whole life.  Rotator cuff tears often require surgery to repair the tear. If you have injured your shoulder in an accident at work or a fall you may be able to claim compensation. A rotator cuff tear that is repaired but leaves you with […]

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Accidents involving uninsured or untraced drivers

Have you been involved in a road traffic accident where the other driver is uninsured or a hit and run where they are untraced? You might have been a cyclist hit by a larger vehicle whose driver was unaware of the collision and carried on regardless. If you have been injured or have damaged property […]

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Faulty Gas Boilers, Cookers or Fires

What is Carbon Monoxide poisoning? Faulty gas boilers, cookers or fires can produce carbon monoxide which is a poisonous and unfortunately an odourless gas. Carbon monoxide is produced when the gas in your boiler, cooker or fire is not being burned completely and can happen if it is not fitted or maintained properly. Carbon monoxide […]

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Bus Crash Manchester City Centre Injury Claims

Two double decker buses crashed in Manchester during rush hour this morning. Reports suggest that several passengers have unfortunately been injured. First and foremost, we wish all injured passengers a full and speedy recovery but if anyone injured needs legal advice in making a claim call Nick or Vicky at Sentinels Solicitors. We are 2 […]

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Accidents and Injury caused by snow and ice

The Highways Act 1980 does place a duty on Highways Authorities to keep roads and pavements free from obstruction from ice and snow (as well as other obstructions) but the Authority can defend the claim if it can show that it did not have sufficient resources to do so. The factors the court can consider […]

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Hearing Problems, Deafness or Tinnitus at New York Bakery Company Ltd, Maple Leaf Bakery UK Ltd and Harvestime Ltd

New York Bakery Ltd used to be called Maple Leaf Bakery UK Ltd and before that Canada Bread UK Ltd. It also took over the business of another large bakery company Harvestime Ltd in around 2005. They operate many sites around the UK. One of their sites was at Raleigh Street, Walsall. These sites are […]

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Housing disrepair claims – Top 10 action list

Who can claim? Tenants (or anyone affected such as visitors to the property) who have suffered injuries or losses caused by the poor state of their property can claim against their landlord for compensation. The defects can be things like damp, mould and mildew or damage to the walls or other structure of the house […]

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Personal Injury Compensation To Be Ignored For Local Authority Funding for Social Care

The High Court says that personal injury compensation should be ignored when the Local Authority considers your funding needs for social care. Wokingham Council tried to argue that a person’s personal injury settlement should be included in her list of assets when deciding whether she was entitled to funding for social care.  The Local Government […]

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Tumble Dryer damage – Whirlpool, Hotpoint, Creda and Indesit

About 5 million dryers sold by Whirlpool, Creda, Hotpoint and Indesit between 2004 and September 2015 could be at risk of causing a fire. Whirlpool bought the Creda, Hotpoint and Indesit brands in 2014.  Since then a series of domestic fires has triggered warnings and alerts although Whirlpool have recommended repairs rather than issue a […]

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Pharmacy mistakes – right prescription wrong drugs

There has been a recent television programme about the tragic (and in three cases fatal) consequences of pharmacists making mistakes when packaging and giving out drugs.  The programme focussed on one of the major high street brands but the problems could arise in any pharmacy when staffing issues leave pharmacists overstretched. You may have got […]

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