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Flexible Working that Functions: Our Top 5 Tips to keep your office health and safety compliant

United Kingdom - December 16 2021 Following the COVID pandemic, many workplaces have been forced to change the way that their office functions. As a result, the future working…

Emma Dyson

Intervention in credit hire claims - a knockout blow?

United Kingdom - November 25 2021 The owner of a vehicle is usually entitled to a replacement vehicle following a road traffic accident that was not their fault for the period their…

Laura Townsend

When to refer a credit hire claim to a solicitor - 5 common situations

United Kingdom - November 22 2021 Credit hire organisations often face difficulties in recovering their costs from the third party insurer. In many cases, claims can be resolved…

Eilidh Campbell, Liz Heaney

Road traffic accidents: A brief guide on credit hire

United Kingdom - November 22 2021 Following a road traffic accident, a Credit Hire Organisation (CHO) may offer to provide the non-fault motorist with a replacement vehicle for the…

Hannah McMurray

English court finds no 'fundamental dishonesty' despite exaggeration of injuries by claimant

United Kingdom - October 25 2021 In England and Wales, under s57 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2017, a court must dismiss, in its entirety, any claim in which the claimant is…

Katy Angus, Laura Townsend