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Don’t let Christmas take away your licence - Don’t Let Christmas Take Away Your Licence According to figures from Think! 240 people died in 2013 due to drink driving in the UK. Did you know that having a second drink can double your chance of a fatal collision? With the party season in full swing during the lead up to Christmas, the temptation… Read More
Good news for motorists or not? - Good news for Motorists or not? Recently the Government made some unexpected announcements in relation to personal injury claims. In a move to tackle questionable whiplash claims, Chancellor George Osborne announced several measures, including removing the right to general damages for minor soft-tissue injuries from a car accident. In a move to cut legal cost,… Read More
MASS members - MASS Members We are proud to announce that we have become members of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society (MASS). MASS are a non-profit organisation made up of solicitors who are experts in road traffic accident claims, and are based throughout the UK. Formed in 1991 MASS help to promote the efficient and effective provision of… Read More
Drive less, live more - Drive Less, Live More We are half way through Road Safety Week that is currently taking place across the UK between the 23-29 of November. Supported by the Department of Transport, the initiative has been running since 1997 and this year is encouraging people to think about their car use and how they can ‘drive… Read More
Your responsibilities when it comes to snow - Your Responsibilities When it Comes to Snow Get your woolly hat and gloves out, it’s about to get a lot colder. According to the Manchester Evening News, snow is set to hit parts of Manchester this weekend. Saturday and Sunday will see temperatures plummet, with snow expected to fall in higher areas, such as Rochdale.… Read More
Bonfire Night celebrations in Manchester - Bonfire Night Celebrations in Manchester Firework displays have been taking part up and down the country in celebration of Bonfire Night. In Manchester we saw fantastic displays taking place across the city from 30th October in Gorton, right through to Platt Fields Park, Fallowfield on the 5th of November. These displays saw thousands of attendees… Read More
Autumn leaves: the dangers - Autumn Leaves: The Dangers You have to admit; crisps fresh fallen leaves on a sunny autumn day are incredibly picturesque. In fact, the picturesque scenes that autumn creates see people travel far and wide to witness the colours and beautiful scenes created. According to Lonely Planet one of the worlds best places to see autumn… Read More
Winter weather: how to decrease your risk of injury - Winter Weather: How to decrease your risk of injury Dare we mention it, the big C word? The most wonderful time of the year certainly is on it’s way, and, with internet predictions of a white Christmas having started as early as September- the Met Office has clarified it’s definitely too early to predict this.… Read More
Serco Ltd. fined over teenage death - Serco Limited fined Over Teenage Death Serco limited has this week been fined £200,000 over the death of a 19 year old who drowned after sustaining serious head injuries while working as a deckhand. The teenager was working on the Ernest Bevin Woolwich ferry that was traveling across the Thames in east London on August… Read More
Daylight Saving Time ends: how does this affect your safety on the road? - Daylight Saving Time Ends: How does this affect your safety on the road? This weekend we revert back to Greenwich Mean Time as the clocks go back one hour, the mornings get lighter and evenings darker. Interestingly, the idea of daylight saving time was first introduced by a man called William Willett in 1907 who… Read More