The Department for Transport stopped Smart Motorways following a government inquiry. Several high-profile news stories involving fatalities dominated the headlines. We agreed with the news. There have been too many needless deaths with broke...Read More
A visit to a farm shop led to life-long disabilities for our client who had an accident while there.
She was visiting a farm shop café when she fell down an unmarked step with no handrail which ran across the width of the room. This caused the fa...Read More
If you live in a rented property your landlord must supply carbon monoxide alarms.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning is a silent killer as the gas has no odour, colour, or taste. An alarm is the only thing that can detect it.
As the weather turns colde...Read More
Bonfire night and firworks can be a spectacular celebration with organised events across the country. But there are lots of hazards and injuries to the hands, face and arms will happen this weekend.
A recent survey suggested most parents haven’t...Read More
Rehabilitation and music therapy for someone with a neurological injury can be life-changing.
Traditional rehab methods are vital in providing those with brain traumas with a more independent life. Including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, ...Read More
If you have received an injury at the hairdresser, you could help prevent it from happening to others.
Under current laws, hairdressers do not need public liability insurance. This type of insurance protects customers if a hairdresser causes inj...Read More
Canterbury in Kent has banned the use of e-scooters on its roads. It is one of the cities which has been running an e-scooter trial on public roads.
It will not continue with the trial and will ban electric scooters in the city.
Like most citie...Read More
You’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault and now need legal help. But how do you find a personal injury solicitor?
One which will fight your cause and secure the justice you deserve. While treating you as an individual and not a number.
Current laws discriminate against bereaved fathers who have lost a child. Things need to change according to the leading not-for-profit group, APIL.
If a child dies because of negligence, the father won't receive compensation if he is not married ...Read More
The government wants to provide more children with access to cycle training.
Its ‘Gear Change’ policy includes 43 new projects, which will run over the next year.
This includes Bikeability training programs. These aim to give children in lo...Read More