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The state of the UK's roads is a major bugbear for the majority of drivers, especially when it comes to the ever-growing issue of potholes.

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What have Barack Obama, Derren Brown, Gandhi, Jerry Springer, John Cleese, Gerard Butler, Nelson Mandela, Henri Matisse, Margaret Thatcher, Franz Kafka, Sandy Toksvig, and Gaby Logan got in common?

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National Accident Helpline has ceased all email marketing to prospective customers and today calls on the wider claims industry to behave more responsibly with regard to opt-ins.

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National Accident Helpline research reveals worrying level of distress and harassment caused

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Directors at National Accident Helpline have been battling against the rest of the staff in a tough cycling challenge to raise money for company charity The Air Ambulance Service

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We've teamed up with Electrical Safety First for Electrical Fire Safety Week and created this infographic, containing a range of information about how to avoid an electrical fire starting.

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Many UK cyclists do not feel safe cycling on our roads, according to new research from National Accident Helpline.

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A national award to recognise young legal talent has been launched today by National Accident Helpline.

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Campaigners against reforms to the law on compensation for sufferers of the asbestos-related cancer mesothelioma achieved a breakthrough victory against the government in the High Court this month.

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Statistics show that road accident deaths and injuries have decreased since 2012, but the government still needs to prioritise safe driving in its policies.

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