Friday, August 13, 2010

When Law Prevails and Justice is Done

In order to get a proper compensation, a victim of accident goes in search of a lawyer who more than being interested in eating up a huge chunk of his money would truly understand his problem, the pain that he has been going through and assure him of victory, unlike with a common lawyer, the team of ‘Leading Injury Lawyers’ that has a group of lawyers who have had an experience in insurance cases for over ten years now, they empathize with their clients and understand how much of stress, financial issues and not to mention the pain they had to go through.

With an easy three step measure the case is dealt with in an A to Z manner with the client merely filling up an Injury Form, the rest is taken care of by the lawyers who fight the case and see to it that the appropriate compensation amount reaches the client.

However when it comes to the amount to be charged by the client as compensation is already given by the lawyers to the client depending on the nature of his injury and the area of injury. A minor eye injury will see compensation of £ 2500 and in case of blindness because of an injury caused due to an accident the compensation fees to be paid is £ 255000, same for a minor wrist injury which will see a compensation of £ 2250 and serious brain damage means a hefty payment of £ 257,750.

As for the claim types to be put under, some of them are like Public Accident, Traffic Accident, product liability among others. Thus all said and done, in order to get swift justice one has to opt for the best and trustworthy lawyer who is more passionate about the client’s pain then his own fees.

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Previous Post: The industry rises again with the new bookings – LEA.

Monday, May 17, 2010

The industry rises again with the new bookings – LEA.

London Executive Aviation (LEA) chief executive, one of Europe’s largest business jet charter operators, Patrick Margetson-Rushmore says “booking confirm the industry is fighting back”.
Our industry naturally got a huge boost when operations resumed after the volcanic ash cloud, when customers turned to business aviation while the airlines got back up to speed,” sad Patrick. “However, even before then, there were clear signs of returning customer demand.”

“In March 2010, we booked in 149 jobs at LEA, compared to 115 jobs booked in March 2009. That’s a very encouraging 29.6% increase across our total fleet.”
“Over the first quarter of 2010,” continues Margetson-Rushmore, “we saw a 19.7% increase in overall fleet bookings (438) compared to the same period in 2009 (366).

“It’s the larger business jets that are really attracting attention at the moment.” In the first quarter of 2010 LEA booked 86 flights for the company’s fleet of Embraer Legacy 600 aircraft, which fly up to 13 passengers, as compared to 40 flights in the first quarter of 2009 .
“In particular, the Legacy 600 is proving a very popular choice among rock bands. We’ve already seen an unusually high number of tour managers booking the type this year for flights in the spring and summer.

“We’re realistic, of course,” concludes Margetson-Rushmore. “The industry recovery will be gradual rather than dramatic. But at LEA we have a diverse fleet able to meet all of Europe’s executive aviation needs. And our business levels so far in 2010 prove that well-managed charter operators have survived the recession and are now coming out the other side.”

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Previous Post:Aastra launches its ‘IntelliGate’ in the Australian market.

Aastra launches its ‘IntelliGate’ in the Australian market.

Aastra, a Canadian enterprise communications vendor, has launched its IntelliGate 150 and IntelliGate 300 communication systems in the Australian market, targeting SMEs with IP telephony, mobility, unified communications and call centre application needs in a single location. Aastra Telecom Australia and New Zealand managing director, John Ward, is looking for “agile and adaptive solutions to all types of business issues, including communications,” and he claims that with IntelliGate, they can now “take advantage of what can best be described as the ‘chameleon’ of communication systems; seamlessly changing and adapting to different business environments and requirements.”

“The SME market in Australia and New Zealand is looking for agile and adaptive solutions to all types of business issues, including communications. With the launch of Aastra’s IntelliGate, they can now take advantage of what can best be described as the ‘chameleon’ of communication systems; seamlessly changing and adapting to different business environments and requirements,” said Mr. John Ward, managing director, Aastra Telecom Australia and New Zealand.
IntelliGate supports a variety of sophisticated Open Standard SIP handsets (end-points) and many of Aastra’s Unified Communications and Collaboration products
“Aastra’s heritage in developing and engineering enterprise level communication systems has allowed us to now bring this technology to smaller enterprises and businesses, something that has to date held back mass business uptake of Unified Communications strategies in Australia and New Zealand,” Ward claimed.

The company, through a selected group of SME partners, plans to launch Intelligate in Australia and New Zealand for a start.