More than 8 million phones were lost or stolen in 2021- that’s over 1,000 every hour. What can you do to protect your most prized possession? Brean Horne, a personal finance expert at comparison site, NerdWallet, shares five precautions holidaymakers should take to protect themselves if their device gets lost or stolen abroad.
If you own property, you will be well aware of having to maintain it Sovereign Boss has prepared 7 tips on how to choose a reputable tradesperson to repair damages from potential leaks and damage caused. Homeowners are at risk of losing thousands of pounds if targeted by a rogue tradesperson, especially after bad weather
The southwest region of the UK is the country’s most dangerous place to work according to a survey by an insurance provider. The study by A-Plan Insurance examined the Labour Force Survey to reveal the region in the UK that is most susceptible to workplace injuries based on the most non-fatal injuries reported over the past three
The average price motorists are paying for their motor insurance now stands at a five year low according to the ABI’s latest Motor Insurance Premium Tracker. The Tracker is the only market survey that looks at the price consumers pay for their cover, rather than the price they are quoted. The ABI’s latest Tracker for
Aviva has called for solicitors to be forced to declare the means by which personal injury clients are obtained. According to the Law Gazette, the insurer says the ‘lucrative nature’ of selling claims leads has given rise to a black market for car accident data, allowed in part by a lack of transparency. The Law Gazette
A man who made a personal injury claim against Dyfed-Powys Police was awarded £40,000 in an out-of-court settlement. Richard Roberts received the settlement after it was claimed in a witness statement that he was shouting and swearing at the time of his arrest. Although he denied the allegations, the force proceeded to charge him.
A 71 year old man is claiming personal injury compensation after being left paralysed by a freak wave while on holiday in Cape Verde. Mick Collier suffered neck and back injuries in the accident. He claims lifeguards at the five star hotel had raised an orange flag to indicate it was safe to enter the
Bracknell Forest Council spent almost £100,000 in compensation claims over the last five years. 105 personal injury claims were made to the Council by people who suffered trips, slips or falls in council-owned buildings or in public spaces. Out of the 105 claims, only 13 of these were successful. The largest payout from the last
A car salesman suffered a traumatic brain injury after he was hit at speed when a co-worker lost control of a car that he was preparing for a test-drive. Mohammed Al-Zehairi, 27, spent almost two weeks at hospital being treated for a fractured skull and leg injury after the freak accident. Mr Al-Zehairi has long-term
Two companies have been fined a total of £310,000 for their part in a “wholly avoidable” incident after a man suffered life-changing injuries, including an open fracture to his femur and multiple fractures to his pelvis and hips, when he fell from a factory roof. Brian Robinson, 38, fell through a roof light onto the