Festival Fun – Stay Safe This Summer
Have you noticed them yet? I’m talking about the army of youngsters, parading the streets in their uniform of teeny tiny denim shorts, teamed with blinding neon vets tops and designer wellies. It’s festival time folks, and everywhere you look people are making their way to muddy fields all over the UK, ready to party the weekend away in a flurry of music, alcohol and all-night dancing.Keeping Quiet After a Car Accident – 4 Things NOT to Say Following a Car Accident
Insurance companies will take every opportunity to diminish or deny you compensation following a car accident. We highlight four of the most damaging statements you can make to police and insurance adjusters following a car accident.Tips For Making Your Personal Injury Case Stick
The average person knows very little about the laws that pertain to personal injury. When an accident occurs, it isn’t a good time to start looking for answers about the correct protocol. There are personal injury doctors, lawyers and consultants who are ready to help you.8 Ways to Choose the Right Attorney
It is never pleasant to have to hire an attorney for certain reasons, such as an injury that could have been prevented or because you have been wronged by another party. These are cases in which it is imperative that you choose the right attorney for your particular situation and circumstances. You will have a much better outcome if you are confident with your chosen law firm. There are a few ways that you can tell if you’ve made the right decision.A Sunny Outcome for Solar Panel Companies That Sued the Government
A High Court Judge has found in favour of fourteen solar panel companies affected by Government cuts to solar electricity subsidies. The ruling could see the UK government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change shelling out the 130m pounds in compensation that has been requested by the companies. The courts are yet to specify the exact amount each solar panel company will receive, but has said that the amount “will ultimately depend on the facts.” The government is set to appeal the High Court ruling.