ASD exceed their goals for chosen charity

Accident Solicitors Direct joined with staff at unLTD Magazine to undergo an epic 11 hour battle through wind and rain with the aim to raise funds towards a £5,000 target for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity. Starting at Wessenden, the hardy trekkers, including Ralph Clark, Lydia Topham, Judy Pearson, Bethany Rhodes-Lockwood, Grace Newbold, Kirsty Wild…

Slipping Claims

The law in slipping cases is, in theory, settled and straightforward. One question that often arises in practice, however, is whether the occupier bears an evidential burden of proving that it had in place a proper and adequate system. How does this evidential burden work. The Law The starting point is s2(2) of the Occupiers’…

Surveillance in Personal Injury Cases

Concern has been raised by the unsavoury and unethical tactics being routinely used by both the private investigation firms instructed to gather the evidence, and those individuals tasked with the actual filming of the claimant. Licensing of private investigators may be a sensible step but the legislation has yet to be forthcoming. The whole surveillance…

Employer’s responsibility for its employees

The world of work is changing. Shifts in technology, attitudes, equality of bargaining power and economic conditions have bred new types of work and working relationships. Relationships where one party agrees to do work for another have never been binary; but more so now than ever, there are myriad of different types of agreements and…