Mark Ballas Dancing With the Stars Dancer Is Injured In a Car Crash

No win no fee claims are filed whenever someone has been harmed by the negligence of another, and they want to receive compensation for their injuries. These types of claims can be filed for a variety of reasons. They can be filed for a minor injury or a major one. Any injury that causes an individual to not be able to carry on with their assigned daily tasks, can qualify as an injury that no win no fee claims can be made for.

Dancing with the Star star, Mark Ballas was recently involved in a collision. The accident occurred on Monday afternoon, on the 16th of May. After the accident, the professional dancer had to be taken to hospital, in order to be treated for the injuries that were sustained due to the accident. Who was at fault?

The professional dancer, was driving into Los Angeles, and making a right turn onto a different street, when a vehicle that was speeding down the road slammed into the back section of the vehicle, along its right side. Marks girlfriend, drove the injured dancer to the hospital, after the collision occurred. The dancer was treated for back pain and whiplash, which was caused by the impact, when the two vehicles collided.

Even though doctors were able to help the dancer, control his pain and alleviate his injuries, he is still not healed enough for his upcoming performance that he has lined up. The twenty eight year old dancer has a show that is scheduled, where he is expected to engage in multiple mannerisms. The dancer will not only be dancing, but he will also be singing, and playing his guitar for an excited audience. There have not been any announcements made, regarding Mark’s recovery time. However, many people are anticipating that Mark will not be able to fully recover by the time that he’s assigned to perform.
No win no fee claims are used in instances like this. Obviously, Mark was not the individual that caused the collision, yet things that he had previously planned to do in his life, have now been affected because of the negligent actions of another person. Just one person can interfere with plans that you may have for your life. If the actions that someone else takes force you to have to put things in your life aside, then that’s the time that you need to consider getting a solicitor involved to file a no win no fee claim to get the compensation that you deserve.

According to TMZ, the five men that were also involved in the accident are making claims that they are not at fault for what happened. In fact, the men are blaming the twenty eight year old dancer for the accident that occurred. Police would have believed the men, if an unbiased witness had not stepped forward to give her account of the day’s events.

The witness informed the police that were dispatched to the scene that the men in the other vehicle were excessively speeding. She witnessed the whole escapade when Mark was driving and the vehicle hit into his car. The car that the dancer was driving was towed off, after the police had filed a report of the incident. Mark was taken away shortly after the police appeared on the scene. Everyone is glad to hear that the talented dancer is okay, and will recover from his injuries. However, whether or not he will be well enough to still carry on his performance is still yet to be announced. The fans that are looking forward to seeing him are hoping that the accident does not force them to have to lose their opportunity of seeing the talented man perform in person.

Charlotte Church Admits That She’s not as Rich as Everyone Thinks

Former childhood star, Charlotte Church admitted in an interview that all of the millions that she made as a child have since dried up. Church stated that due to the occurrence, she will now have to work the rest of her life. Church, who is now twenty eight years old, was reported to be worth 25 million, at the age of seventeen. But, she states that she is nowhere near as rich as everyone thought she was.

The former star, who sold nearly ten million records, while her career was at its peak, admits that in order for her to maintain the lifestyle that she is accustomed to, she will need to continue to work throughout her adult life. Church states she will need to work the remainder portion of her adult life, not because she chooses to do so, but because she has to. Church admits that she understood that her career in music was not going to be her end to everything.

While in the brink of her fame, Church was worth twenty five million, which was just in 2003. However, by 2010, when the childhood star divorced her husband, Gavin Henson, her net worth greatly depreciated. Last year, she was reported to be worth eight million. However, even though that still sounds like a lot to modern everyday working adults, Church admits that she is worth far less than what many people assume she is worth.

Church joked that the tax man is probably wondering where all of her money is being hidden. In an attempt to keep her musical career striving, Church switched her genre of singing from classical music to pop music. However, since making the switch, Church has given up singing in both of her known genres. Church has set up a record label of her own, and has since released experimental EPs that produce limited sales.

Church has also made attempts to try presenting on TV. Church states that she feels that her life is so rich and full that she has gotten the best side of the deal. Church purchased a luxurious home within Cardiff, where she lived with her husband Henson, prior to the two splitting. When asked where all of her money went, the former star states that she has given thousands of pounds of cash to various charities. She is making plans to pursue a physics degree.

The current interview that Church was in is not the first time that she started speaking of her finances. In a subsequent interview, Church stated that she does not have a lot of money, at least, not like she used to have. Church states that she has enough money for her to be comfortable for the remaining portion of her life, as long as she does not do anything compulsive. The only way she can sustain the lifestyle she has been accustomed to since she was a child, is to keep a modest lifestyle, for her and her two children.

Church admits that it has just come to her attention that she does not have to be a singer in order to be successful. Instead, with the amount of money that Church has, she can go to university, and do any tasks that she desires. Church admits that she has never wanted to stop educating herself, and she wants her kids to see that having a regular career, can be just as exciting as the career that she once had as a child. With money running low, Charlotte Church probably wishes that she had a solicitor that could help her file a few no win no fee claims, in order to be able to obtain some fast money!

There’s Only Two Justin Biebers- Say What!?

There’s only one Justin Bieber, or so you would think. But in 2013 a Los Angeles guy spent close on 100 thousand dollars for three plastic surgery procedures in order to look as much like ‘babyface’ Bieber as possible. Don’t try this at home kids.

They weren’t botched operations either. Toby Sheldon’s time under the knife was time well spent according to him. But surely any right thinking person would see this as taking, being a ‘Belieber’ way too far. Don’t get me wrong; Bieber is a nice looking kid, even if his manners need working on, but to put all your cash into your appearance? That type of thing only happens in LA, home of the ‘Peter Pan’ complex.

Toby Sheldon is 33, while Justin Bieber is not…YET! Pre-surgery Toby did look very youthful it has to be said. Check out his picture on your favourite social media site. A Bieber hair-do was nowhere near enough for the fan man though. First came the hair implants with the doctors being guided by photos of the pop star. Toby had thinning hair. Really! all you had to do Toby, was wait for Justin to catch up with you. In ten years’ time his hair will look like yours. And you would have saved yourself $21 thousand, for your medical insurance or old age pension.

Is thinning hair a crime in LA? To read the celebrity pages you might well think so. But Toby had his hair line brought into line with teen norms, closed off his temples and had his ‘bangs’ (whatever they are) restored. Then came the botox injections and Aquamid treatments to subtly reshape his face. He would have had more chance if he had learned to make the polyjuice potion, from Hermione Granger in Harry Potter! I suppose he was more likely to be shot trying to yank out a piece of Justin’s hair as the final ingredient.

In order to get eye to eye with Justin, Toby spent another $5 thousand on some serious eyelid surgery. Was the pain and sacrifice worth the effort? One can’t help wondering what his mother feels about it all; proud? Betrayed? Worried most likely.

Toby went to extremes to literally put a smile on his face, with further surgery to achieve the Bieber grin. He insists he is not obsessed with the baby pop star, and he’s probably right. His eccentric behaviour stems more from a phobia of ageing, than it does from a desire to be Bieber. A phobia is defined as a fear that actually detracts from the quality of one’s everyday life. But doesn’t that depend on your point of view? Toby probably thinks he is adding to the quality of his life. But then self-delusion is the primary symptom of body dysmorphic disorder.

He certainly puts a lot of thought, time and expense into his Bieberization. He feels the smile is the key to looking youthful but his ambition has not yet been fulfilled. There is still more work to come. He plans, probably when his song writing bears enough financial fruit, to have the Bieber nose installed and his own jaw reduced to more eye-catching Bieber proportions.

Imagine if it had all gone badly, as some plastic surgery can. Toby could end up looking like a grotesque. Or maybe worse from Toby’s perspective; what if he ended up NOT looking like the sainted Justin? He could always sue the surgeons on a ‘no win no fee basis’ I suppose. That way he can try to recover his investment with interest for pain and suffering.