For many people a dog is a trusted family pet and it is hard to imagine that it could cause harm to anyone. However, when a dog or another animal lashes out at someone, the consequences may be devasting, and sometimes even tragic.
While park home living is increasing in popularity in recent years it remains a new concept to many individuals just like with a traditional house it is recommended that the purchase of a park home is conducted via a Solicitor.
We are sure you have seen the television adverts in the past advertising personal injury claims on a “no win no fee” and “100% compensation”. But, you may now be wondering why this has disappeared? What’s changed? Can you still claim?
The Employment Appeal Tribunal recently held that even if the Claimant was not actually required to work she was still carrying out “work that is paid for under a worker’s contract” under the National Minimum Wage Regulations being entitled to be paid Minimum Wage for all the time spent on “sleepovers” even though on the facts never actually needed to help service users during these “sleepovers”.
Ever wondered what the process is of selling and buying your home?
Have you ever wondered what the process is when your solicitors take over the legal process of selling and buying your home? This article details the basic stages involved in moving house and will assist you in your move and remove some of the confusion that often surrounds the legal process. At Veitch Penny you can be ensured that you will receive a high quality service conducted by experienced and qualified conveyancers.
Dealing with a dispute as a Park Home owner may not be as simple as it seems. Veitch Penny are able to help you with the complex issues including planning, contracts and buying and selling of your mobile home.
Allow the use of wrong child car seat at your peril
A child’s injuries could have been entirely or virtually entirely avoided or less severe if she had been secured in the correct child seat. As a result in this instance - the mother was ordered to pay a contribution to the child’s claim.