What to Do If Your Airline Goes Bust
10th April 2019
The recent failure of high-profile airlines, such as Monarch, Flybmi and WOW Air, have meant that hundreds of thousands of people have been faced with the prospect of losing their money or being stranded at their holiday destination. If you ever find yourself in the same position, there are a number of things you can do to make sure you’re not left out of pocket – or out of the country!
The first thing to do if you have heard that
What to Do If You Are Sick Whilst on Holiday
22nd March 2019
Falling ill whilst you are abroad can be stressful and will more than likely spoil the trip for you. Unfortunately, nobody has control over when and how they are going to become ill.
People get sick on holiday and that’s a fact. But when an illness is directly linked to poor standards such as poor food hygiene, you should have the confidence to seek compensation where it’s appropriate.
Common Illnesses on Holiday
Food poisoning – Food poisoning is one of the most
Sarah Waddington Solicitors to Appear in The Parliamentary Review 2019
12th March 2019
The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to industry practice, demonstrating how sector leaders have responded to challenges in the last 12 months regarding the political and economic environment. The strategic aim of the Parliamentary Review is to raise standards by highlighting best practice in a number of industries. Over 500,000 leading business executives, policy makers and other relevant individuals will receive the document, and in recent years has featured editorial pieces from Theresa May, David Cameron and other political
Solicitors Regulation Authority Launch A New Digital Badge
7th March 2019
Our regulatory body, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), has launched a digital badge to give online visitors to a legal services business website certainty that the business is regulated by the SRA. Other approved legal services regulators have launched similar electronic badges for their own regulated community.
At the date of this guidance, there are eight approved legal services regulators:
Solicitors Regulation Authority
Bar Standards Board
Council for Licenced Conveyancers
Intellectual Property Registration Board
Costs Lawyer Standards Board