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Ensuring your well-being at work should always be a top priority for employers and they must comply with Health and Safety regulations. Despite this, workplace injuries are common and can occur in any job. Statistics released in late 2022 indicate that 565,000 non-fatal injuries occurred across 2021/22. Typically, these injuries relate to the work equipment used or how processes are carried out whilst on site, such as heavy lifting, manual handling, working from heights, and even workplace stress.
Maintaining a meaningful relationship with your children is of utmost importance, even when you are no longer in a relationship with the other parent. When facing challenges relating to contact with your child, a solicitor specialising in family law can provide valuable assistance and support. In this blog, we will explore how our expert family law solicitors can help you navigate the complexities of issues surrounding contact with your children and work towards achieving the best possible outcome for you and your children.
Probate is the process of proving that a Will is valid and confirming the right of an individual listed as an executor to administer the deceased’s estate. The process can be complicated and time-consuming, and knowing when you need probate is one of the most important questions to start with. In this article, we’ll take a look at when you need probate and how we can help to ensure that the process is as straightforward as possible and that you and your family are supported.
Our Associate Director and Solicitor, Mary Lomas, recently wrote an article for BMF (British Motorcyclists Federation), highlighting the risks involved in motorbike safety and when to get in touch with a solicitor to obtain advice if you’ve been involved in a bike collision. Read on to see the full article below….
The UK construction industry has seen steady growth over the years and is now governed by extensive health and safety regulations and legislation. However, despite the most comprehensive safety measures in place, construction is still one of the most dangerous industries to work in. With powerful tools and equipment, site vehicles, and work taking place at a height on high ladders, roofs and scaffolding, it’s no surprise that in recent years construction has accounted for 59,000 non-fatal injuries in workers annually.