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Including reference to a famously "anonymous" English footballer who suffered a serious head injury while stationed at RAF Lossiemouth during WW II, this article considers why subtle brain injuries can also remain anonymous and undetected if we don't understand their signs and symptoms.
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Refer to this helpful new public information eBooklet from the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), if you are considering whether to make a claim for personal injury compensation. This article on the Grigor & Young website discusses the contents of the publication and how it can benefit injured people.
APIL's colourful new 24-page public information eBooklet "Compensation Explained" is now available for download. This article on the G&Y website discusses its contents and how they can benefit you if you need to make a personal injury compensation claim.
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What do raffle tickets and Coke have to do with your freedom of choice of personal injury solicitor? Find out in this Moray Claims article.
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A blog article for Halloween - at least in terms of the header photo.
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This article discusses personal injury claims where a person has suffered multiple injuries. Which factors influence how you work out the injury compensation due?
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Make a Will in November 2017 and help Moray Foodbank help others.
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Grigor & Young blog article about some of the different ways you can minimise the risks associated with making a personal injury claim for compensation in Scotland.
If you need to make a personal injury claim for compensation, there's a range of options open to you to "insure" yourself against the risk of losing - whether that's through legal aid or insurance taken out before your accident (legal expenses insurance) or after your accident ("after the event" insurance). This article discusses the options.
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We've looked at ankle, wrist, collar bone and now elbow injuries, in this latest article:
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What's probably the most common type of human bone fracture of all?
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An article discussing compensation claims for ankle injuries in Scotland: the different varieties of injuries; an idea of ballpark values for "pain and suffering", and so on.
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