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Holiday From Hell? Here’s How To Claim Compensation

Everyone has a story about a holiday that’s gone disastrously wrong – food poisoning, delayed and cancelled flights, poor accommodation and unruly neighbours. Most people don’t realise however that the may be entitled to compensation for their troubles. Read below to find out what you can – and can’t – claim for if your summer

A Beginners Guide To Personal Injury Claims

Almost half of all adults in the UK have been injured in an accident in the last five years – including workplace accidents, road accidents and slips and trips in places considered public. Injuries sustained as the direct result of an accident can change your quality of life, your ability to earn income and your families financial

How To Claim Compensation After A Sports Injury

  Over 400,000 people are treated in hospital each year as a result of sports injuries including broken bones, sprains, muscle injuries and back pain. A few decades ago this was considered part of growing up, the risk you took chasing your friends around a public park. Nowadays people recognise the impact sports injuries can have both

Injured At Work? Here’s How To Get Compensation.

Everyone has the right to be safe at work, whether you work on a building site, an office or a supermarket. Of course, accidents will happen even in the safest workplaces and this is why all employers are required to have “Employers Liability Insurance” in place. This insurance policy covers compensation claims from employees who

Five Main Factors Affect Your Credit Score

7 Things You Need To Know About Your Credit History

Your credit history is important as it impacts whether or not lenders will offer you loans, mortgages and credit cards – amongst other borrowing options. Whether you’re entirely new to the credit game or are a seasoned borrower, we explore seven essential things that you should know about your credit history!

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7 Top Tips To Improve Your Credit Rating

Your credit rating’s incredibly important. Basically, it determines how likely you are to be given credit when you apply for it – which covers everything from an extension to your overdraft, to applying for a credit card, to getting a mortgage. Want to improve your credit rating?   Your credit rating is supposed to show

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