November 2012 Archive

Personal injury claims from slipping on ice

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With December just around the corner and snow forecast for this year this article will look at what Highway Authorities, Employers and Occupiers need to bear in mind to avoid slipping claims. More …

What you need to know when pursuing a Personal Injury and Employment claim at the same time

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If someone has an accident in their workplace then can't go back to work, their employers decide to dismiss them. In this guide, our Personal Injury and Employment solicitors advise on the implications of bringing the two claims together. More …

Noro virus outbreak on Celebrity Cruises': What you should know

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There has been an outbreak of the noro virus bug on the Celebrity Cruises' vessel Constellation. The ship was found to be carrying about 350 passengers suffering with the highly contagious illness. Whilst in dock, the ship underwent deep cleaning. More …

The Highway Code and the Law

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David Chilcott, a Legal Executive in our Personal Injury team, provides some useful information on what the Highway Code is and what bearing it has on the Law. More …

Newsnight Interview on the North Wales 'Lost in Care' Inquiry

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Yesterday evening I went on Newsnight to talk about the proposed inquiry into allegations made regarding the Prime Minister's decision to refer certain aspects of the North Wales "Lost in Care" Inquiry to a new and independent inquiry. More …

Speed and the 'A' Road

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Despite the Police, Highways Agencies, local Councils and the Government doing all they can to reduce the death toll on our roads, there are still  a  large number of serious and fatal accidents occurring throughout the UK which could be prevented and which are due purely to speed. More …