There was great news for first-time buyers and conveyancing solicitors alike today as the Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that the Government was abolishing stamp duty for first-time buyers looking to purchase a home with a value of £300,000 or less.
A High Court judge has been praised for suggesting that people should have to make an advance statement of wishes otherwise known as a ‘living will’ in case said person suffers a serious incapacitating illness or injury.
With Birmingham being named a ‘crash for cash’ hotspot and numerous towns and cities in the North West being named in the list of the top 30 cash for crash locations in the UK, we’ve looked at what crash for cash means and whether it is still a problem.
Here at Thorneycroft Solicitors, we have seen first how charitable organisations can have a lasting and positive impact on the lives of those who have suffered serious injuries.
That is why we are proud to be one of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) corporate members.
Sustaining a personal injury can be a very serious event, both in the lives of the victim and the person responsible for the accident.
The consequences can be devastating and can leave victims with lifelong injuries both physical and mental.
It’s a recognized fact that riding a motorcycle can be dangerous even if the rider is taking every possible safety precaution.
Accidents by their very nature are unexpected and largely unpredictable. On the other hand, when it comes to accidents in the workplace there are a variety of solutions that can help you avoid a personal injury when people are working dangerous jobs.