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Employment law and HR can be an extremely complex area of the legal system. In this week’s edition of Silk 106.9‘s Legal Hour, Nicola Clarke the Head of our Employment department discussed several issues relating to employers and employees. You can catch up with the full Legal Hour session with Nicola and Silk 106.9 below.
A motorcycle helmet is an integral piece of equipment for any motorcyclist and it has the potential to be the difference between life and death. With Brake the road safety charity reporting that motorcyclists are 63 times more likely to be seriously injured compared to drivers of cars, it’s essential that motorcyclists have the correct safety equipment to keep them safe.
A workplace injury can result in extended periods where an injured party may be out of work and this can have a big impact on the life of the person involved as well as their family. Businesses also need to be aware of their responsibilities according to the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1984.
Not everyone can be the perfect cyclist. Whilst many of us might like to believe that we are the next Bradley Wiggins, the truth of the matter is, most people have bad cycling habits that either hold them back or affect how safe their cycling style is, causing a cycling injury in the process.
This year Headway – the brain injury association are celebrating their 40th birthday and we’re hosting a quiz night to help raise funds and celebrate their work, and you’re invited too.
Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce that we are proud sponsors of Blythe House Hospicecare’s outdoor cinema event which will be held at Buxton Cricket Club on the 16th of August at 7:30pm.
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