The Personal Injury Team at Rundlewalker have succeeded in winning £8,250.00 compensation for an employee who sustained an injury whilst at work.
It's all change at Rundlewalker
It's been a busy time for Exeter Solicitors Rundlewalker who have just launched an apprenticeship scheme, completed an office move and taken on five new members of staff.
Rundlewalker to support local charity, Headway Devon.
This year Rundlewalker are holding a number of events for their chosen local charity, Headway Devon.
Next Door To The Neighbours From Hell!
With the clocks going forward at the end of March we can begin to look forward to longer, lighter evenings and more time in the garden, maybe a barbecue or a leisurely cup of tea. However...
A Christmas Gift for House Buyers
The chancellor's surprise cut in stamp duty last month was a very welcome early Christmas present to the housing market. Estate agents are rubbing their hands with glee as they predict a lift in house sales of up to 5%.
The Pitfalls Of Christmas Shopping
It's that time of the year again...
Overtime Pay Even On Holiday?
Millions of workers could now have their holiday pay recalculated to include overtime in a landmark decision made earlier this month at an Employment Tribunal.
The Pitfalls of Christmas Shopping
The Sale of Goods Act (1979) is very specific about your rights. If you've bought something that's not fit for purpose, not of satisfactory quality nor as described, then you have a right to a refund.
If It's Too Good To Be True...
We've all heard the reasons trotted out for not using a solicitor and they all involve one word - money.
A Warm Welcome to our First Quarterly Newsletter, October 2014.
Speculation is rife about the effect the Government's controversial Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee Scheme will have on the property market.
Speculation is rife about the effect the Government's controversial Help to Buy Mortgage Guarantee Scheme will have on the property market, the second phase having been hastily introduced three months early.
Caveat Emptor, or Let The Buyer Beware
The Latin for "Buyer Beware" is 'Caveat Emptor'. This is a principle by which the purchaser of goods must take care to ensure that they are free from defects of quality, fitness, or title.