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Drink driving charges: The things you need to know

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. According to the latest statistics, more than half a million breathalyser tests are performed each year, and on average 100,000 are found to be positive. With such a high number of these charges, it’s surprising how many people still find drink driving law such […]

May 18, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Complicated made simple – take the headache out of batch printing

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. A powerful, fast and user friendly solution that takes the headache out of legal document printing.

April 12, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Could You Soon Be Prosecuting Parents for Physically Punishing Their Children?

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. The line between abuse and parental correction is different for every citizen, but at some point, there needs to be a defining line when it comes to corporal punishment. Spanking has always been a loosely defined form of child rearing and one that Canada […]

February 12, 2016 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Important Considerations When Hiring a Personal Injury lawyer

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. Suffering an injury because of the negligence of a person or company is unfortunately something that millions of people around the world have to go through every year. It is important to know how to proceed if you are ever injured and it is […]

December 24, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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3 tips to avoid a medical slip-up

Consideration was given for the editing and publication of this post. No one thinks being a doctor is easy – so why do we give them such a hard time when they mess up? The answer is obvious – these are people with the lives of others in their hands every day, leaving them open […]

June 22, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Long Term Disability Injuries

Compensation was given for the editing and publication of this post. Have you been injured? Has the party or parties responsible refused to pay your medical expenses or compensate you for the time you have missed from work? If you answered in the affirmative to either of these questions, you will be requiring the services […]

May 13, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Claiming compensation after a car crash – why you need advice from an expert!

Compensation was given for the editing and publication of this post. Recently we were reading a report on The Guardian website’s Consumer Champions page, about how one unfortunate motorist has had nothing but communication problems with her insurer when trying to claim on her policy for a relatively minor car crash; turning what was already […]

March 19, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Accident in the workplace? Make a claim!

Consideration was given for the editing and publishing of this post. Picture the scene – you blithely wander through your workplace, perhaps singing innocently to yourself. Then, like a shot, you career to the floor, your leg shattered in two. Looking behind you as you scream in agony on the floor, you see an errant […]

February 16, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Andrew Foulds (2) Claire Foulds (Both as Personal Representatives of Benjamin Foulds, Deceased) v Devon County Council (HHJ Cotter 2015, 9 January 2015)

A cyclist had suffered head and spinal injuries after losing control of his bicycle and crashed into metal railings atop a low wall. The railings had broken on impact and the Claimant fell down a large drop on to a lower road. The Claimant’s case was that the Defendant local authority owed him a duty […]

February 15, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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Zaman v Paradise UK LTD (2014) 11/12/2014

The Claimant appealed against the decision of a master striking out his claim against the respondent for abuse of process. The master had reached that decision because, amongst other reasons, the Claimant had failed to demonstrate an intention to bring the claim to a conclusion. The decision in Grovit v Doctor [1997] 1 WLR 640 […]

January 15, 2015 · Editorial Team · Comments Closed
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