1. Redheads are more sensitive to pain A 2009 American dental study found that people with red hair, (and pale skin), were more likely to be afraid of going to the dentist. An … [Read more...] about 5 Surprising facts about pain
We held a Virtual Cycle on 20th November 2018 at our Stockport office to raise funds for Brake, the Road Safety Charity. Collectively, we cycled 100.05km and have raised £210 so far. You can … [Read more...] about Harold Stock & Co show their pedal power for Road Safety Week
Are you a regular user of social media? Covert video surveillance has been used by insurance companies for a long time in claims for compensation arising out of an accident or other injury. With … [Read more...] about Who’s Watching You?
Personal injury lawyers have welcomed news that the government has finally conceded that it cannot meet its own timetable for introducing fixed fees for clinical negligence cases. … [Read more...] about The government finally concedes that it cannot meet its own timetable for introducing fixed fees for clinical negligence cases.
Government plans to scrap the flat-rate fee for probate and replace it with a new system of tiered charges, have come under fire from the Law Society. It has said the government should not treat the … [Read more...] about Probate should not be used as a cash cow claims the Law Society
The High Court in in ABC v Barts Health NHS Trust  EWHC 500 (QB) has rejected a defendant’s attempt to avoid paying costs in a case settled for less than was originally claimed. … [Read more...] about NHS Health Trust denied costs after settling ‘whole’ claim in clinical negligence case