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Repetitive strain injuries or RSIs are becoming more and more common in the workplace and have the potential to cause both mild as well as debilitating pain.
With the nights gradually getting longer and the promise of spring just around the corner, many of those who own a motorcycle may turn their thoughts to unveiling their steel horse and letting it loose for a few rides in the spring air.
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a free legal clinic between 11am-1pm every Wednesday at the Wythenshawe Forum Library.
Creating a will isn’t as simple as stating your wishes before you die. There is a process that can often be complex. Below, our infographic explains some of the things you should and shouldn’t do when creating a will.
We are pleased to note that the Office of the Public Guardian (“OPG”) is offering a refund of part of the costs previously paid for registering Powers of Attorney.
Sadly, it’s a fact that medical treatment does not always go to plan. Substandard treatment can lead to patients suffering needless injuries and in some cases, leaving them with new needs that must be met.
Social media has contributed many things to society since its conception a few years ago. It has connected people in a way that was not possible previously, but it has also brought about the phenomenon of the selfie.
It is well established that the courts tend not to consider recognised complications when dealing with clinical negligence claims. However sometimes what starts as a recognised complication can become an actionable harm if the appropriate actions /procedures are not followed.
We get a lot of enquiries regarding inadequate treatment at A&E with regards to hand injuries and we are currently involved in several cases where the claimant has been left with permanent damage as a result of inadequate history being taken from the patient/claimant and/or inadequate examinations.
This website privacy notice sets out how Thorneycroft Solicitors uses and protects any information that you give Thorneycroft Solicitors when you use this website.
Thorneycroft Solicitors is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.
Thorneycroft Solicitors may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from 01/05/2018.
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If you do not instruct us in relation to your legal matter, your personal details will be retained for a period of 12 months.
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