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It sometimes happens that you have a personal injury claim being dealt with by a firm of solicitors that closes down. Normally you will get plenty of notice as the closure will be planned and the firm will write to you with advice about the closure, telling you why it is happening, when it...

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I'm going to be blunt about this. Some employers are taking risks with their employee's lives. They are either too lazy, don't care or are deliberately putting profit before the safety of their workers. I'm talking here about the failure to carry out Risk Assessments in the workplace....

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Under the previous system, the Child Support Agency, on appeal by a parent with care of children, could apply a variation to the standard assessment. It could cover a lifestyle perhaps inconsistent with declared income and the cost of that more extravagant lifestyle would be added back to the...

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Your business has almost certainly used an accountant, a surveyor, or a solicitor. Maybe your business relies upon engineers or architects? It goes without saying that the vast majority of professionals have very high standards and provide an excellent service but sometimes they make mistakes...

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Mandatory Pre Claim Conciliation From 6 May 2014 Claimants must begin pre claim conciliation (PCC) through ACAS before they can submit a claim. The Claimant must submit a form by a particular date, at which point the clock stops on the limitation period of their claim and conciliation for a...

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