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The joys of riding in the hot summer sun can feel like a distant memory for some motorcyclists as winter begins to take a hold of Britain. Dark nights, wet roads and cold weather all combine throughout the winter months to make it one of the most dangerous times of the year for those who ride motorbikes to be on the roads.
According to Headway – the brain injury association there are approximately 1 million people who visit A&E following a head injury each year in the UK.
Whilst some of these head injuries will show physical signs of their seriousness, for example, they may be unconscious, some may only appear to be minor head injuries.
There are a wide variety of reasons why a brain or spinal injury might occur, however, one thing is certain, such injuries have the potential to change a person’s life forever.
In a recent interview with High Peak Radio, British Superbike rider Christian Iddon, who Thorneycroft Solicitors are proud to sponsor and work alongside, discussed how his season had gone in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
We are delighted to announce that on Friday 25th January 2019 we will be hosting a free seminar focusing on advice on will drafting and powers of attorney at Prestbury Village Hall.
The seminar will be hosted by our expert team of Wills, Trusts and Probate solicitors and will be led by Heather Gaunt, an Associate Director at Thorneycroft Solicitors and the Head of our Private Client Department. The seminar will take place at Prestbury Village Hall Lounge and will be from 10am-12pm.
During the seminar, Heather and her team will provide information on a number of important issues relating to Wills, Trusts and LPAs including:
To reserve your place at the seminar please call Sharon Hoyle on 01625 507 520 or email [email protected]
There will also be the opportunity to ask questions and to speak to our team about your requirements.
We look forward to seeing you in at Prestbury Village Hall on Friday 25th January 2019.
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