Yesterday we saw vindication for the Hillsborough families after their 23 year-long struggle.
Our thoughts are with those families who, at last, have the truth. Full justice and redress, we believe, must come next.
With Workers’ Memorial Day in mind, partner Marcus Weatherby – in a considered piece for Employment Law magazine – looks critically at the Government’s current misguided attack on ‘excessive health and safety provision’.
Partner Marcus Weatherby – who has a particular interest in industrial disease claims – is delighted with today’s landmark Supreme Court ruling regarding workplace victims of asbestos exposure…
A Dartford man has secured six figure damages from Dartford and Gravesham NHS Hospital Trust following the birth of his son and the tragic death of his wife in 2007.
Partner Marcus Weatherby believes it’s high time to bring a sense of fairness and perspective to damaging reports about personal injury claims…
68 year-old Michael Ward from Enfield, Middlesex – who slipped on ice at his place of work – has been awarded £31,000 in damages by the High Court. Metroline of Harrow had denied liability.
In the High Court a Nottingham man has secured damages from Network Rail following the tragic death of his wife and grandson at a pedestrian-only railway crossing.
The following article was published by The Shields Gazette on Saturday, 19th November, 2011. The case is being handled by Kirsty Broadway of our Bristol office. (more…)
8 year old Levy was crossing Sheridan Road on the way home from school earlier this month when she fell after tripping in an unrepaired pothole. A couple who witnessed the incident comforted the bruised and distressed child while an ambulance was called to treat her.
It could be argued that media ridicule of Health & Safety actually risks making our lives more dangerous. Back in March, Marcus Weatherby took a look at our early steps towards reform…