At Thorneycroft Solicitors our specialist catastrophic injury team works closely with our clients, medical professionals and the negligent party involved in an accident to ensure that our clients get the support, treatment and damages they are due.
There has been some great news for victims who have suffered brain injuries as well as their families, as Brain Injury charities including Headway – the brain injury association, are calling on the government to provide better long-term support for brain injury victims and their families.
The process of making a claim for a workplace injury may seem straightforward if you are an employee. An employer has a duty of care towards each of their employees and has a responsibility to comply with various Health and Safety laws and regulations to ensure the safety of their workforce.
Purchasing a property is likely to be one of the most significant decisions a person will ever make. There are many things to take into consideration when a person is looking to purchase a property.
Anyone who owns a motorcycle knows all to well the dangers that riding on the roads in the UK can pose.
Clinical negligence can have catastrophic consequences for patients who suffer injuries as a result of negligent medical treatment. In our latest clinical negligence infographic, we highlight the statistics relating to medical negligence, focusing on how it affects both the patients and the NHS.
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission has issued a powerful new report called Turning the tables: ending sexual harassment at work. The report shares evidence from employers and employees of sexual harassment in the workplace and makes recommendations on how to stop it.
Scotland Yard reportedly spent more than £5,000 on disciplinary procedures after a policeman was accused of stealing a tin of biscuits.