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A company or business owner that occupies a property has a duty of care to the people that visit it. The Occupiers Liability Act 1957 provides rules for occupiers of property and places a duty of care to ensure that all lawful visitors to their premises are safe. Occupier’s liability is essentially when an owner of private land or property such as a business, shop, restaurant or sports centre, is liable for any injuries caused to somebody whilst on their property.
Riding your bike to work is one of the easiest ways to get some daily exercise into your routine. As the nights get lighter and the weather gets warmer, many people swap their morning commute in the car for an early morning bike ride, and whilst cycling to work provides many benefits, it comes with its risks. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or you’re just getting started, here are all the important things you need to know about how to stay safe whilst cycling to work.
Motorcycles are a great way to get around, their speed and open design give riders a sense of freedom that they don’t get from driving a car. However, unfortunately, riding a motorcycle can be risky and accidents are common. If you are involved in one, it is important to know what to do right away. Let’s explore what you should do if you or a loved one is involved in a motorcycle accident.
Dementia is a difficult disease to deal with, and if your loved one is showing the early signs, it can be a challenging time for the whole family. This blog will detail the importance of a lasting power of attorney (LPA), the different types of LPA and whether or not you can get a lasting power of attorney for someone showing early signs of dementia.