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A holidaymaker has been awarded 4.7k after she had the holiday from hell in Cuba. The dream holiday to the four star resort was booked through Thomas Cook and was supposed to be a chance for the couple to relax and unwind on the wonderful beaches and enjoy the breath-taking views.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Scott Mulligan as Head of Residential Conveyancing, who will be managing our team of conveyancers and assistants.
As part of our continued work within the community, we have been the main sponsor for Buxton Junior Football Club u14’s, who competed in the Matlock Mercury Trophy Final.
Last week, a number of the team headed over to Redford Court in Liverpool to help the neurobehavioural rehabilitation centre redecorate. As part of our ongoing support to the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust and Disabilities Group, we felt this was a great opportunity for us to give something back.
Health problems caused by prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibres are well documented and in many cases can cause serious and fatal illnesses including lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis.
A surgeon has been struck off the medical register by a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) panel after it found the doctor had made three clinical mistakes which should never have happened.
There have been reports of a pedestrian, a man in his 30’s, who has been injured after being involved in an incident with a bus. The road traffic accident happened at approximately 2.20 pm in the afternoon when city centre traffic was particularly busy.
This month, thousands of running enthusiasts will be lining the streets of Manchester, as they take part in The Great Manchester Half Marathon, and among them will be our very own Joanne Li.
Thorneycroft Solicitors have recently assisted a well known local football personality in his claim for unfair dismissal.
In a decision running to some 34 pages, which was handed down on 24th April 2017, the Employment Tribunal in Manchester has held that Efe Sodje was unfairly dismissed when his employment was terminated by Macclesfield Town on 14th March 2016.
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