A new report presented to Transport secretary Patrick Mcgloughlin reveals that children aged 12 are at highest risk of being killed or seriously injured as pedestrians.
Those suffering from Asbestos related cancer, mesothelioma, can get compensation a lot quicker.
An Essex construction company has been fined for putting workers at risk after neglecting to check and maintain a potentially dangerous piece of lifting equipment which could have caused injuries at work.
With celebrity culture influencing a lot of individuals’ appearance, it comes as no shock that cosmetic surgery, including teeth whitening, is on the rise, but if you whiten someone elses teeth you are more than likely commiting a criminal offence.
A recent case has highlighted how defective buildings can prove costly for developers and property agents alike with property owners of defective apartments taking action when they could no longer cope with the day to day issues caused by the defects.
Health study of those applying pesticides on a commercial basis under the 1986 Control of Pesticides Regulations
Gotelee sponsored the 10k Alton Water run this Sunday with four members of staff running as a team.
Planning permission quashed after village campaign to stop the plans for a lorry park and industrial units.
A wife has failed to reopen a divorce case on financial grounds dispute, Helen Stuart discusses.
A high percentage of construction sites fail Health Safety Regulations which puts them at high risk of injury at work.
What happens when a company registers a web domain name similar to yours and piggy-backs on your reputation? Victoria Spellman discusses a recent commercial dispute where they his happened.
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A new law intended to ensure insurance firms pay compensation when employers' paperwork is lost will apply only to some cancer sufferers, and they will get less than expected.
Nobody ever thinks they will be in a situation where they cannot make their own decisions, however you never know what is around the corner. This article highlights why you must think of your future, even if you are fit and well at the moment.
In her speech tomorrow the Queen is expected to announce the introduction of a new Consumer Bill of Rights. This article sets out what it will aim to achieve and what businesses need to be aware of.
Supreme Court decision on false imprisonment claim, Sian Mullane discusses the case.
A father discovered he had a 4 year old son and could not stop his adoption despite doing no wrong, family Lawyer Helen Stuart discusses.
If you were under the impression that the Localism Act had led to the transfer of decision making from Central Government and Local Planning Authorities, you might want to think again. Brian Morron, Planning Solicitor at Gotelee Solicitors discusses.
After a court ruling recently, a council has been ordered to pay over £3million in compensation to those injured in a Land Rover accident after hitting a pothole.
International family legal disputes mainly in child abuction, adoption and forced marriage has quadrupled in four years. Our experience family team have dealt in these cases.