Give way junction – the clue is in the name. You are supposed to stop, or at the very least slow down to a speed that makes it safe to check for any oncoming traffic before you proceed through the junction. Unfortunately for Mr W, the driver who came straight through a junction without stopping,(…)
Mrs P was at work and working on the tills at her employers when she tripped over the wire on the floor which was attached to the hand held scanner. The wire was loose on the floor and was not secured causing a tripping hazard. As experts in dealing with claims that happen within the(…)
For a fun night out why don’t you come down to the Irish Nash in Birstall on 07.09.17 7.30pm and take part in the quiz night. Tickets £4 each and include pie and pea supper – Tickets available from Seaspray, High Ridings, Bishops Bakery, Brearleys Solicitors, & Fashion Workroom
Mr H was driving his motorbike along a main road when a taxi pulled out of a side road without stopping at the give way line and drove into Mr H. The insurers of the other driver have now admitted fault for the claimant’s accident. Brearley’s solicitors are your best choice of personal injury specialist(…)
Mr W was staying at a hotel and went to take a shower and as he attempted to get out of the shower he grabbed hold of the towel rail and unfortunately the towel rail collapsed and Mr W fell onto the floor. The Hotel have accepted fault for Mr W’s accident. Brearleys solicitors are(…)
Miss S was at work and was helping another colleague with the cages filled with supplies for the shop when one of the cages wheel got stuck in a hole on the floor causing Miss S to fall onto the floor. As experts in dealing with claims that happen within the workplace we were able(…)
….On the harsh streets of the upper west side two gangs battle for control of the turf. When a gang member falls in love with a rival’s sister, things start to get complicated…. Acorn Youth Theatre Company are back at Cleckheaton Town Hall from 27 Sept to 30 Sept with their production of the classic(…)
Mr R was working at a rugby stadium and was helping direct a visiting coach to reverse their vehicle. The coach driver failed to make use of his mirrors and on board cameras and reversed into the claimant trapping him against a wall. The insurers of the coach driver have now admitted fault for the(…)
Mr R works for a scaffolding company. On this particular day there wasn’t enough staff on duty but Mr R’s employers carried on with the job. This meant that they had to try and lift and carry things on their own which should have been a two man lift. As a colleague was moving a(…)
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