When a person suffers a personal injury as a result of an accident, however trivial, the effect on his or her daily life in the short and/or long term can be quite devastating
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Loss of airline from Belfast to Isle of Man may leave TT fans out of pocket
The Real Road Racing season is almost upon us and which inevitably means the return of the popular Isle of Man TT races which take place every May/June on the island.
Wife refused divorce as unreasonable behaviour claimed is expected in a marriage
The wife of a multimillionaire farmer has asked the Court of Appeal to overturn the decision made by a lower Court to refuse her a divorce after the Judge hearing her divorce ruled that her husband's behaviour was to be "expected in a marriage".
Police Officers bring Civil Claims against Robbery Victim
A man who had his car stolen after being held at knife point in his home has told the BBC that he feels he has been re-victimised by three personal injury claims made by police officers following the incident.
Being a parent brings with it many joys and rewards, though most parents would agree that with these rewards comes a lifetime of responsibility. It is the job of both parents of a child to ensure that this responsibility is taken seriously and exercised in the best interests of their children.
APIL encourage motorists to back off this winter
Needless injuries and deaths on NI roads could be reduced this winter if motorists keep their bad habits in check, say campaigners.
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Asbestos The Fatal Fibre
Anyone who has known a family member or friend who has suffered from an asbestos related disease knows too well how horrific these conditions can be.
Increase for immigration appeal fees
From the 10th October 2016, it will cost £800 to lodge an appeal to the First Tier Tribunal against an immigration decision if an oral hearing is requested. Prior to today the fee was £140.00. That reflects an increase of over 500%.