Nicola Laver LLB
Nicola is an NCTJ-qualified journalist and a non-practising solicitor. She studied law at the University of Greenwich and qualified as a solicitor in 1998, during which time she also wrote as much as possible, finally leaving legal practice in 2007 to write on the law full time.
With 20 years' experience, Nicola has written for national and international newspapers, law journals, legal organisations and law firm websites - including Raconteur, LexisNexis, and The Telegraph - as well as being a published author in her own right.
Articles written by Nicola Laver LLB:
Find out what to do if you've suffered an injury due to an accident at work.
How to go about finding the right personal injury lawyer for you.
Injured on council property? Had an accident while working for the local authority? Find out about claiming against the council.
Want to know more about the claims process? This article answers your questions.
With the popularity of cosmetic surgery, injuries all too common. Making a claim can help cover the pain and suffering an injury brings.
How do you make a claim for criminal injury compensation, and how it is paid? Does someone need to be convicted to make a claim for your injuries?
Damage to your teeth can have a devastating impact on your life - find out about making a claim for dental negligence.
A guide to the different "tracks" your claim can be assigned to.
Get some answers to the most common questions about accident compensation claims.
Get your guide to making a claim for personal injury compensation.
Find out what you need to do to make a compensation claim following an accident.
Information on how to make a claim for medical negligence; against the NHS or a private clinic.
If you have suffered an injury due to NHS Negligence, you may be able to make a claim.
What is no win no fee? We explain how no win no fee can help anyone make a claim without financial risk.
Has your child suffered an injury at school? Get more information about making a claim on their behalf
What the Court of Protection does; meaning of mental capacity; what is a 'Deputy'
After the Event (ATE) Insurance helps protect you against any costs that may arise from making a claim.
What is meant by "liability" in the context of personal injury claims?
Not sure what to expect when you make a claim? We try to answer any questions you may have.