Buying a property can be a stressful process, especially if you are not prepared before you decide to buy. Having a plan set in place before you start the hunt is key for getting the best out of your property search. Harold Stock and Co are here with seven things to consider before buying a … [Read more...] about Things to Consider before Buying a Property
Looking to sell your property? Doing so may seem like a challenge, particularly if you are unable to identify the flaws. Last year, however, a study by Anglian Home Improvements concluded what potential buyers look for and notice when viewing your property. … [Read more...] about What to avoid if you want to sell your property
Who? When? Where? How? These are the Questions that a Coroner will be seeking to answer when someone dies in circumstances where it is suspected that they passed away because of a violent or unnatural death, if they die in custody whilst detained for immigration or for mental health purposes, or … [Read more...] about Who? When? Where? How? –
This week the government launched a consultation on a new Domestic Abuse Bill. The consultation will look at views on proposed legislation, as well as other approaches to put an end to the harms caused by domestic abuse, and offer support to victims and survivors to help rebuild their lives. … [Read more...] about New Consultation on Domestic Abuse Bill
The UK has some of the safest vehicles compared to the vehicles that were on the road many years ago, but road traffic accidents are growing more and more common each day, many of which leading to serious injuries. Accidents happen, but it is important to learn from them. Here are a few examples of … [Read more...] about Common Road Driving Mistakes: How to Prevent a Road Traffic Accident
The number of vehicles on the road is increasing as second hand cars are getting cheaper. Measurements have been put in place in certain countries to tackle congestion problems and pollution caused by excessive vehicles on our roads, such as a number plate day designation in Athens. This meant that … [Read more...] about Road Traffic Accidents: Do you have all the Evidence?
Last week the government announced plans to introduce its whiplash reforms in April 2019. According to a statement by the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, also known as MASS, the so-called “strategic alliance” (formed by MASS, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, aka APIL, and the Law … [Read more...] about Whiplash Reforms to be introduced in 2019
In the last two weeks it has been announced that “no win, no fee”, medical negligence lawyers have been banned from advertising their services from within NHS hospitals. According to the altered contract, trusts “must not enter into, extend or renew any contractual agreement” with any company who … [Read more...] about Medical Negligence: Are all Lawyers Ambulance Chasers?
In early December, 2017, a variety of changes were made to driving laws in the UK. A few of these changes in particular were focused around sat nav. Whether you use your mobile device, built in navigation or an external device, it is important to take these new changes into account. … [Read more...] about Driving Laws and Your Sat Nav
There are few of us who go through life without illness at some point. For some, these illnesses can prove serious. It’s natural when such illness comes, and we are faced with unusual or unpleasant physical symptoms, that we turn to our local GP or hospital for answers. As a general rule, we put a … [Read more...] about What’s The Difference Between A Missed Diagnosis And A Misdiagnosis
In November last year it was widely reported that Fairfield General Hospital in Bury admitted failures that led to delayed cancer diagnosis. The result was a delay in treatment, months of agony for the patient and an upsetting and traumatic outcome. … [Read more...] about Hospital Admits Negligence In Failure To Diagnose Lung Cancer
This week has traditionally been known as “Divorce Week”, when divorce rates rise after Christmas. In the past, this was put down to the stress and pressures of Christmas, when extended family visit, and sometimes outstay their welcome, causing one side or the other to decide, enough is enough! … [Read more...] about 10 Tips For Managing Divorce