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Personal Injury 101: What you need to know about making a personal injury claim

Personal Injury 101: What you need to know about making a personal injury claim

Every year in the UK, millions of people are injured in accidents on our roads, in workplaces, as a result of, for example, exposure to harmful substances and due to medical negligence.

Injuries can range in severity, from cuts and bruises to […]

By |November 9th, 2018|Categories: Personal Injury|Tags: , |0 Comments

Keeping a workforce healthy

The Key to Maintaining Presenteeism Rests with Engagement with Occupational Health

So how do you keep staff healthy?
Make employees walk or cycle to work? Ban smoking within a 5 mile radius of the office? Install blenders at every work-station?

Well they say prevention is better than the cure so whilst encouraging exercise and healthy eating is […]

Why Bother? #whiplash

Why bother indeed.
There’s a ticking time-bomb and despite some great campaigns by the likes of Access to Justice and Thompsons and explanatory blogs by Kerry Underwood amongst others, the Consultation closes at 5.30pm on Friday 6 January 2017 and I doubt very much there will be as many responses as there needs to or […]

Diversify – or Die? Let’s just wait and see.

 

 

It was interesting in a recent Twitter poll not a single respondent appeared to be planning for changes to the Small Claims Limit.
Whilst not representative of the whole market it gives an indication of the current thinking.
So shortly after George Osborne’s announcement (sneaked into the Autumn Statement) we asked the Twitterati to let us know […]

What’s App-ening with Law?

What’s App-ening with Law?

So it seems many law firms will rush to the nearest digital agency asking them to build a shiny new app.

 

For many it simply becomes an expensive way to replicate the content of a firm’s website, hoping enough marketing activity and customer loyalty leads to the widespread downloading of the firm’s app all of […]

By |February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Creative, productivity, Technology, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Having Your ATE – and eating it

Having Your ATE – and eating it

A way to recovering ATE premiums on Insolvency Cases

So the Government slipped in just before Christmas that it is going to be ending the recoverability of After The Event (ATE)premiums on Insolvency cases from the 1st April 2016.

 

We are pleased to be able to offer a product aimed […]

By |February 17th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Insolvency: Government Ends ATE Recoverability

Insolvency: Government Ends ATE Recoverability

 

So the Government announced on 17 December 2015 that they would not be renewing the exemption to Sections 44 and 46 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (LAPSO) that applied to Insolvency cases.

 

Insolvency Practitioners (IP) instruct lawyers to pursue court action against debtors, directors or third […]

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Need Urgent Help With A Case? We Can Help

Need urgent help with a case? We can help

Sometimes, no matter how much planning and preparation has been afforded to a case, urgent information and assistance is needed.

The unexpected nature of some legal matters means that however tightly controlled each element may be, issues can still arise and need expert attention quickly.

Or it might […]

By |January 11th, 2016|Categories: General, Legal Services Support, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Spotlight on Investigative Services

Spotlight on Investigative Services

Whilst it might evident that we offer a wide range of generalised outsourced legal services such as the sourcing of expert witnesses, police station reps as well as administrative assistance such as outsourced dictation and third-party call answering, one of our lesser-known offerings is our investigative facilitation.

Apart from the obvious, there are many […]

Anything Legal Helps Strip Lap-Dancing Club of Licence

As recently reported in the press, Chester’s only lap-dancing club, the Platinum Lounge, has lost is licence.

Following a string of complaints and a petition against the renewal of the Bridge Street venue’s licence – which was revoked in 2013, but that decision was overturned by the High Court – a two-day hearing resulted in […]