QOCS protection doesn’t apply if there is dispute over the costs of repairs to your vehicle or credit car hire, so should we need to go to court to recover the costs, should we lose, the ATE policy will cover the costs of the other side.
East Cheshire Hospice Firewalk took place last friday, Thorneycrofts team raised over a thousand pounds. More details to follow shortly.
Details of the Alderley Edge launch of the Macclesfield & Wilmslow Business Awards 2013 are now confirmed and we are delighted to invite local businesses to attend and find out more about this great local initiative.
The event will take place at The Yard in Alderley Edge on Thursday 16th May 2013 between 6.00pm until 8.00pm.
East Cheshire Hospice is a cause we support regularly within the Macclesfield community in order to help them raise the £6,000 required every single day to simply keep going.
Rachel Stow, managing director and her PA Gail Wilson will be taking part in their latest challenge, the firewalk, on Friday 26th April at East Cheshire Hospice, where they will walk across 15ft of red hot embers in aid of this very important charity.
To promote the event and encourage entries from businesses based in and around Alderley Edge, Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce that they are to sponsor an additional Macclesfield & Wilmslow Business Awards launch event at The Yard in Alderley Edge. It will take place at 6pm on Thursday 16th May 2013.
A teacher has successfully claimed a substantial amount of employment compensation after a court ruled that she had been unfairly dismissed from a secure unit for problem youngsters.
The Tribunal was told that she was accused of breaking rules over disciplining a youngster, having poor relationships with colleagues and breaking health and safety rules.
A woman has received £7,000 dental negligence compensation in an out-of-court settlement against her dentist, with her case of misaligned teeth called the “most severe” ever seen by a specialist. The patient took legal action against her dentist after he failed to refer her for corrective orthodontic treatment and to address her gum disease.
An Australian man has won compensation following a fall caused by a pothole that caused him serious brain damage.
The victim was on his way home from a friend’s house when he tripped into a pothole and fell heavily causing him to require brain surgery.
The man’s claim for brain injury compensation was settled at the High Court after years of litigation and he is to receive damages from a housing group who has been held responsible.