Personal Injury

  • Do cyclists really need insurance?

    Do cyclists really need insurance?

    Although it isn’t a legal requirement, we would always advocate that cyclists take out insurance. Whether you’re a regular commuter, a leisure rider or a cycling aficionado, a minimum of third party insurance is always advisable. Last… Read More

  • Five tips for travelling in wintry conditions

    Five tips for travelling in wintry conditions

    It’s the first day of February and the weather has definitely turned, with snow and ice affecting driving conditions across the UK. Unfortunately road traffic accidents are more common at this time of year, so we’ve put together some… Read More

  • The Legal 500 2018-19 rankings revealed

    The Legal 500 2018-19 rankings revealed

    We’re delighted to be recommended for our work in claimant personal injury, family law and personal tax, trusts and probate in the latest edition of The Legal 500. The independent guide surveys over 250,000 corporate counsel each… Read More

  • What is a no win, no fee claim?

    What is a no win, no fee claim?

    Personal injury compensation claims are often ‘no win, no fee’ arrangements. This means you will not have to pay any legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful. ‘No win, no fee’ may also be referred to as a ‘conditional fee… Read More

  • Injury Prevention Day 2018: #headresttest

    Injury Prevention Day 2018: #headresttest

    Did you know the position of your car headrest could help protect you against a whiplash injury? It’s Injury Prevention Day 2018 and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) is campaigning to avoid needless injuries. By… Read More

  • New senior management appointment at Emsleys Solicitors

    New senior management appointment at Emsleys Solicitors

    Emsleys Solicitors has appointed a new Head of Finance. Judith Hogg is an FCCA qualified finance professional with over 30 years in industry. She has worked within professional services environments for the last 18 years, including… Read More

  • ​Pothole ‘Pandemic’ puts road users at risk of injury

    ​Pothole ‘Pandemic’ puts road users at risk of injury

    The RAC reported an 11% increase in breakdowns at the end of 2017 as a result of poor roads*. This year’s freezing temperatures and the Beast from the East have wreaked yet further havoc on our roads, with the BBC reporting one in six road… Read More