Lorry driver withdraws injury claim after driving ban is revealed


Peter Conway a cork lorry driver aged 57 years has decided to withdraw a £60,000 personal injury claim by admitting that he went further to work for his employer further after he had been banned from driving, this happened in Circuit civil court. Peter Conway admission at witness box appeared during comprehensive cross-examination by Shane English who represented Landbridge limited, cork which now has this registered at Dublin.

Conway dropped his damages claims just a few minutes after answering “yes” when he was asked by Mr. English if he had continued to drive for his former employer since he had been banned from doing so. Judge Codd Pauline suspended the personal injuries hearing after Conway disclosed that he failed to inform his former employer he had lost his license.

After short talks with his legal team, Conway decided to withdraw the case. Earlier, Mr. Conway had told the court that on 18th January 2013 that he travelled to Thurles, Company Tipperary where he had gone to make a delivery and that he had to utilize electric pallet truck to unloading reasons and during this process he injured his neck.

Mr English, who showed up with Mclntyre Kieran of McGrath Hayes lawyers for Landbridge, said that the defendant company had already been informed that Mr. Conway didn’t work from the day of the accident and had proceeded to make a claim for the loss of the earnings and that he withdrew on Monday during the start of the hearing.

Conway further made it clear that he helped his nephew to make deliveries though he wasn’t employed by Fastway. He added that he was getting the benefit but he was given authority to work for 19 hours in a week. Mr. English told Mr. Conway that he had accrued a benefit of £55,327 since he had now been registered as a disabled person and that he had shown the court how the injuries could have affected him for the rest of his life.

Conway said he was not in a position to remember the exact date when he started working with his nephew by delivering parcels for Fastway. His nephew usually made the payment through the cash, but his instincts tell him that it was around October 2016 and he did work once a week.

After the short adjournment, the judge was let to know that Mr. Conway and his accident solicitor‌ had decided to withdraw his case on the foundation no order of the cost could have been sought against him.

Woman Says She Was Left in A & E for 8 Hours with Internal Bleeding

Patient Advice

A woman said she was truly left in A & E for around eight hours with an internal bleeding. Well, we will talk about this situation that we need to face these days. Our institutions must work properly because we depend on them.

The Royal Liverpool Hospital is an amazing institution with a rich history of performance and good things. Well, they just made a small mistake that we will talk about here, but we think that they can fix it as soon as possible too.

A woman was left bleeding for eight hours in the famous Royal Liverpool Hospital a couple of days ago. She was in agony and booked an appointment. She had to wait eight hours to be properly scanned while struggling to breathe. Can you believe this? Yes, this situation happened, and we have to do something about it as soon as possible. She was also clinging to the walls.

Amikka Redford received a bad treatment with all the frustration in the world. She booked an appointment and wanted to get the service. But she was referred back to where she was not intending to get the service over time. We have also to say that the Royal has to do something about its service because they make people wait too much. Since people have to wait for many hours, they – the hospital – have to fix this problem.

Amikka Redford had a ruptured ovarian cyst and she required to services of a specialist in this area. She underwent surgery after being transferred over to the appropriate place for this too. The Royal made a mistake because they did not take the thing seriously. This is the view of the woman who underwent surgery, and we need to think about it.

We have just talked about what Amikka Redford was going into these days. She is a woman with all the right to be treated fairly if she needs health care. But the problem is that she did not get what she deserved to get, and we have to expect a higher standard in order to avoid PALS NHS complaints in the future.

There are many potential Amikka Redfords out there, and we have to fix this problem as soon as possible. Our society needs to do something about it because this cannot go on this way because this will not work out in the long run. And we need to be happy here in the UK.


You might want to know which cars are most likely to commit motoring offences

Motoring Offences

Drivers of the cars mentioned in this article are the most likely commit offences according to an analysis of over 6m car insurance quotes. These are drivers in the UK who have possibly sought the expertise of a driving offence solicitor the most compared to other users of the roads in the country.

Following a long debate, it has now been confirmed that BMW drivers are more likely to be involved in motoring offences than other drivers on the UK roads. BMW 730d has received the most motoring convictions. according to the MoneySuperMarket study. The research showed that 21% of drivers of the £60, 000 vehicles have received a conviction in the past 5 years.

The impressive Aston Martin DB9 and Porsche Panarema came up second in a tie of 20% of conviction rate.

Maserati Ghibli and Audi drivers also recorded a significant record of motoring offences with 19% and 18% respectively.

Drivers of Citroen ZX have been found to be the most law-abiding ones although the production of the humble model has been discontinued for 2 decades now. Since 2013, only 1% of these drivers were convicted for motoring offences.

Take a look at the summary of the vehicles whose drivers have had a high need for a driving offence solicitor.

5 vehicle models whose drivers are more likely to have picked up motoring convictions in the past half a decade:

  • BMW 730d, 21%
  • Porsche Panamera, 20%
  • Aston Martin DB9, 20%
  • Maserati Ghibli, 19%
  • Audi A9, 18%

5 vehicle models whose drivers are least likely to have picked up motoring offences convictions in the past half-decade:

  • Citroen ZX, 1%
  • Perodua Keelisa, 2%
  • Rover 416, 3%
  • Ford KA 2, 3%
  • Rover 414, 3%

A second poll involving 2,000 drivers revealed another finding of the colour of the cars that have been caught the most times speeding, especially those living in Scotland. Grey cars drivers are the most offenders with 33% of these admitting being ticketed in the last 5 years. 31% of black cars drivers came in second with followed by blue cars whose drivers make 29% of the speeding offenders.

When the location is considered, Scottish drivers came in first by picking up 10% of speed convictions followed by those in Yorkshire, Humber and Wales who picked 9%. London drivers and those in Northern Ireland were the least likely to speed accounting for only 6% of these convictions. This report is as helpful as it is interesting. You can tell which model of a vehicle had had many convictions for speeding offences. It would be sensible to assume these are the drivers who have sought motoring offences solicitors the most.