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A Day in the Life of a Solicitor

Law is one of the oldest professions in the world. It’s been around since Emperor Claudius first legalised it as a real profession and allowed Romans to be the first people ever to practice openly. We can guess it’s changed a lot since then, particularly as both legislation and the technology surrounding it are constantly […]

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Nicholas-Payne-Solicitor
A Day in the Life of a Solicitor

Law is one of the oldest professions in the world. It’s been around since Emperor Claudius first legalised it as a real profession and allowed Romans to be the first people ever to practice openly. We can guess it’s changed a lot since then, particularly as both legislation and the technology surrounding it are constantly […]

Action for Brain Injury Week 2015

Monday May 18 until Sunday May 24 is Action for Brain Injury Week 2015. It’s a week dedicated to helping to raise awareness for brain injury, fundraising for charities such as Headway and for considering the regularity and consequences of serious head injuries...

Clinical negligence lawyer John Killen joins Asons

Asons welcomes John Killen to the firm as our new Assistant Solicitor within the clinical negligence department. He arrives at our Bolton offices during a key time for the development of that particular team. John joins Asons after a stint as a locum solicitor and a temporary role with another law firm in Lancashire...

NHS doctors attack government policies in joint letter

The Coalition’s treatment of the NHS has become the object of open criticism in a letter from hundreds of doctors, leaked to The Guardian newspaper. The letter was organised by Dr Clare Gerada, former chairperson of the Royal College of General Practitioners, and contains 140 signatures from doctors and professors from a spectrum of the […]

Landmark legal ruling for industrial disease cases

A landmark court ruling for the widow of a mesothelioma victim might change the face of industrial disease claims forever, if successful, reports the Frome Standard. Julien Lloyd lost her husband, Cliff, to the disease in May 2012 when he was 77...

Firms in court after worker loses arm in accident

A 53-year old road construction employee lost an arm while readying a stone chip spreader for use during work on road resurfacing. Now a prosecution taken by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has resulted in combined fines of over £400,000 being levied against three employers connected with the industrial injury...