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Loss Adjuster comes out of retirement for ‘one last job’

When Clive Barnes of Barnes & Snodgrass Loss Adjusters turned up unannounced at the Costa del Sol villa of his former colleague Trevor Clark his wife Angie knew what it meant.

‘Trevor promised me years ago that he’d given up the loss adjusting game for good but when Clive turned up I knew that he wouldn’t be able to resist one last job’ sobbed Angie. ‘Clive told him it was a big one – a bank on the King’s Road. It was fire and water damage he said, just like the old days. He wanted Trevor because he was experienced and he needed a cool head, not some cocky kid still wet behind the ears.’

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Posted: Jul 19th, 2014
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Litigation reality show ‘Sue the Midwife’ returns to TV

midwife crisis‘This show has it all: human interest, tragedy, and the prospect of big money pay-outs’

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Posted: Jan 20th, 2014
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Mayan Calendar concerned with ‘gender equalisation, not Armageddon’

New research has revealed that the end of the 5,125 year ‘Long Count’ Mayan calendar does not signify the end of the world on 21st December 2012 as was commonly thought, but rather the coming of gender equalisation in the insurance and annuity markets.

As hippies, scaremongers, and opportunist scientologists across the globe have been busy preparing for the coming Armageddon, researchers at Nottingham University have been working hard on deciphering some ancient as yet unseen Mayan scrolls.

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Posted: Dec 11th, 2012
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Barclays to sue over mis-sold protection against PPI claims

Bob Diamond, is furious. ‘I’ve seen the policy myself and disappointingly, if you actually read it, it grants us absolutely no license to fuck people over with impunity at all. That’s if you can read it – the print’s really small.’

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Posted: Apr 27th, 2012
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Personal injury claims responsible for ‘soaring’ cost of S&M, claim MPs

The price of sado-masochist personal services has shot up in recent years thanks to unscrupulous behaviour by personal injury insurance firms, a group of MPs has found. At work, not in their private lives.

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Posted: Jan 31st, 2012
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