Are you using ladders (at home or work) safely?
Records suggest that around 48,000 people a year in the UK attend Accident and Emergency departments following a fall from a ladder.Read More
Royal College of Midwives accept that their policy “made women feel like failures.”
For far too long the focus of all Clinical Negligence reforms has been reducing the legal cost of the Negligence rather than concentrating on the root cause of the problem.Read More
Is your debtor worth suing?
Does your business have unpaid invoices? Debtors? Cash-flow problems? Is it worth issuing Court proceedings? Is it worth incurring the costs of pursuing a County Court Judgments (CCJ)?Read More
Curtis Law Solicitors respond to the Keogh Review of failing NHS hospitals
At Curtis Law Solicitors we were largely impressed by the recommendations of the Sir Bruce Keogh Review. While some members of the public may feel that it does not go far enough, if the recommendation...Read More