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Not looking so good - your guide to compensation for botched non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
Non-surgical treatments now account for 90 per cent of all cosmetic procedures, yet a Government review worryingly highlighted the almost total absence of any regulation of the industry.
Compensation for injury or illness while working in Healthcare.
According to the Health and Safety Executive there are 1.6 million workers in Great Britain suffering from work-related ill health.
In difficult times, some wonderful words from our Clients.
It is remarkable how what seemed unimaginable at the end of February 2020, has become ‘normal’ life. Whilst steps have been introduced to help us return to ‘how it was before’, there have been good news stories during this time.
Recommended - 'Best Personal Injury Solicitors in Exeter'.
Roger Henderson of Rundlewalker Solicitors, is now listed as one of the Top 3 Personal Injury Solicitors in Exeter for providing consistent high-quality service in this area of business.
Not so safe at work - compensation for an accident at work.
Despite the UK’s extensive Health and Safety legislation lots of people still suffer serious injury at their place of work.
Rundlewalker win compensation for RTA victim.
The Personal Injury Team at Rundlewalker have succeeded in winning substantial compensation for a lady who sustained multiple injuries as a passenger following an horrific car crash.
Construction Industry injury claims rise to new levels.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), injuries suffered by construction workers are sadly on the increase despite the UK's extensive Health and Safety legislation.
Buying a home with friends or family.
If you are thinking about buying a home with others, there are things you should consider first. Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, offers some advice.
Coronavirus and residential mortgages, your questions answered.
As lockdown restrictions ease and people want to take advantage of the Stamp Duty Holiday, we are seeing more activity in the housing market.
Have you been injured in an accident involving a delivery driver?
One of the features of the Covid-19 pandemic has been our increasing reliance on delivery services, as people look to comply with government instructions to maintain social distancing.
Cyber Essentials Certification - Renewal
What seemed unimaginable at the end of February has now become 'normal' life; how we've managed.
"I can only say a huge ‘thank you’ to you all.”