When a loved one dies in an accident, fatal accident compensation can only be claimed in certain prescribed circumstances. Under the Fatal Accidents Act, 1976, only 3 groups of people are entitled to make a fatal accident compensation claim following the death of an individual in a UK accident: … [Read more...] about Dependency claims: what rights to fatal accident compensation do co-habitees have when their partner dies?
We’re in the middle of high summer now, but the chances are if you look of your window right now you wouldn’t necessarily know it. Britain might not be ideal in every way, but you know there are certain things you can rely on consistently in this country, and one of those things is the … [Read more...] about What constitutes a package holiday? Titshall v Qwerty Travel Limited
Despite high profile campaigns to "think once, think twice, think bike", the number of cases we see where a car driver had just not seen a motorcyclist continue. Our client was travelling along a main road into Liverpool and was passing a junction that he was particularly wary of … [Read more...] about Motorcyclist In Settlement After Collision Leads To Amputation.
At the age of 30, Stephen Penning suffered multiple fractures to his arm which changed the course of his life forever. … [Read more...] about Road Traffic Collision Leads to Amputation and Change of Career for Determined Former Chef.
As specialist serious injury solicitors, we are experienced in sourcing support aids and equipment that can be ignored by others. In this case, our client came to us half way through his claim against his employers. Our client was a mechanic and had slipped on oil whilst about to inspect a car … [Read more...] about Serious Injury: Slip On Oil Near Car Engine Leaves Mechanic With Amputated Fingers.
With all the talk of whether whiplash exists or doesn't exist our client was put off pursuing a claim for compensation as she firstly thought that she would get better quickly and secondly that she didn't want to make a fuss. … [Read more...] about Chronic Pain Syndrome: Damages For Minister Of Religion After Chronic Pain Prevents Her From Doing Her Job.
I have used the legal service of Harold Stock & Co Solicitors twice within the last five years. … [Read more...] about Mr John Akinwunmi, Kent.
Mr L of Oldham instructed Harold Stock & Co to deal with a claim against the Local Authority whose dustbin lorry had turned left at a junction, had not seen Mr L on his bicycle and ran over him crushing his leg underneath the rear wheel of the vehicle. … [Read more...] about Mr L of Oldham.
Mr B of Oldham was employed as a drainage engineer and was working on site at a client's premises. … [Read more...] about Mr B of Oldham.
Harold Stock & Co acted on their behalf buying a property, selling a property and drafting wills. … [Read more...] about Mr and Mrs W of Littleborough.
Dear Rebecca O Donnell, Thank you for dealing with my house purchase so wonderfully! I thank you for your speed and attention to detail and pleasant nature. I hope Harold Stock & Co know you are an asset to the company. Thanks again and I will recommend you to my friends and family. … [Read more...] about Miss G of Mossley.
Miss B of Oldham was involved in a hit and run accident. The injuries were to the knee and would cause problems for her chosen future career. The claim was pursued by Darren McGuinness against the Motor Insurance Bureau and after an initial offer was rejected the matter went on appeal and she … [Read more...] about Miss B: Hit and Run Incident.