We’re all aware that everyone (with a few very limited exceptions) in a car should wear a seatbelt, whether they’re in the front or back seat. In fact, it’s been an offence not to wear a seatbelt if one is fitted since January 1983, with a fixed penalty fine of £100 – rising to £500 … Continued
Many employees and employers can feel lost when disputes arise between them. ‘How do I get things sorted?’ they ask. ’What are my rights?’ And ‘Is there anyone who can help me?’ Often parties feel that there is no option but to litigate and escalate the matter resulting in acrimony between the two.
There are a vast number of treatments and procedures on the market that people can choose to enhance their image, including laser hair removal and waxing. Treatments such as these may appear to be stress-free but they can have long–term, serious consequences if they go wrong, including residual scarring, which can be permanent. The beauty … Continued
We’ve previously written about the cyclists and pedestrians case of Brushett v Hazeldean, heard before Judge Shanti Mauger in the Central London County Court in June 2019. The case involved a pedestrian who was crossing the road while looking at her phone and was knocked over by a cyclist who had given warning of his approach. … Continued