The simple answer to this question is no.
The Department of Work and Pensions have claimed that a “damaging compensation culture is stifling innovation and growth”. It is suggested that too many workers are ready to claim compensation but in fact work place claims have halved in the last 10 years, as shown by Government figures.
Despite this, it is getting harder for workers to make claims...Read More
Unfortunately sometimes it is not possible to agree financial matters by negotiating through solicitors and/or mediation and it may be necessary to apply to Court. This is known as an application for financial remedy.
Before making an application to Court you must first have attended an individual meeting with a mediator. We can assist you with this. Please be aware that your application may...Read More
The Oxford Dictionary defines conveyancing as “the branch of law concerned with the preparation of documents for the conveyance of property”.
Conveyancing is the legal procedure by which you buy and sell a house.
How long does it take?
Buying or selling a house normally takes 2 – 3 months depending upon how many people there are in your ‘chain’ of buyers and sellers. The process may be...Read More
In Britain when it comes to standing up for our rights and filing personal injury claimswe don’t hang around. 78% of cases filed in the UK at the moment are made by car crash victims with whiplash!
We decided to take a look at some of the most bizarre injury claims that were filled over 100 years ago and what they would be worth now!
A grocer from Lancashire slips whilst playing Blind...Read More
Many UK laws have been around for hundreds of years and are still in place today.
Most laws are understandable and help prevent criminal activity while others seem a little obscure. We’ve put together our list of the top strangest laws;
It is illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament
It is an offence to beat or shake any carpet rug or mat in any street in the Metropolitan Police District,...Read More