Over the last few months I’ve noticed how quickly some of our most seriously injured clients are being discharged from hospital and how little they are being offered by the state once they are back at home.
This is the age of social media. We all use it to some degree or other and most people simply use the default settings, which often allow our posts, photos, videos and comments to be viewed and shared by anyone and everyone. Here at Minster Law there are guidelines and policies dealing with social media posts made on behalf of the business to ensure consistency and appropriateness. Unfortunately, many of our clients aren't so lucky...
As specialist Claimant personal injury lawyers we are always absolutely committed to ensuring that the needs of our clients are our main priority but we must never forget that others are often affected as a result of the accident that our client has been involved in.
As a lawyer, it becomes completely normal over time to use this legal jargon, especially when you deal with other lawyers on a day to day basis; it almost seems a shame not to use these phrases when you’ve spent so much time learning what they mean. To non-lawyers, however, these phrases are often impenetrable or plain confusing.