Employment Law

A Claimant’s Guide to Accidents at Work

According to the HSE figures for the period covering 2011/12, 1.1 million people suffered from work-related illnesses, 172 fatalities were reported and 111,000 reports of injuries at work were recorded under RIDDOR (the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations)....

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What does Insolvency mean?

Insolvency is a term used for both companies and individuals. As an individual, it’s more popularly known as Bankruptcy, but for a...

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Contract Law

Contract Law explained

Contracts are part of our daily lives, but we can’t pretend; English Contract Law is complex. Fortunately for us, in England and...

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Trade Marks

Trade Marks and how they work

A Trade Mark is a word, name, symbol or visual device which distinguishes your goods and services from those of someone else, such as...

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Personal Injury

Major Changes Ahead For Personal Injury Claimants

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders or LASPO to give it its slightly more catchy title is set for a radical overhaul...

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Meeting A Divorce Solicitor For the First Time

Randal Buckley, divorce solicitor at The Law House believes that the best thing you can do before you go to meet any divorce solicitor ...

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