Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Don’t miss the chance of getting your very own best personal injury solicitors


Don’t miss the chance of getting your very own best personal injury solicitors
Personal injury claim is a legal procedure which is used to claim compensation for the loss you might have suffered during an accident that was not caused by you. Personal injury claims can be filed against traffic accident injuries, accidents at work or accidents at public places, whiplash injuries and for slips, trips and falls. The monetary value of the compensations mainly depends on the extent of injury caused by the accident you were a victim of.
For making a claim you have to hire the best personal injury solicitors that you can find. Claims can be a little hectic, time requiring and troublesome, for that you need to make sure that the solicitor that you have hired is competent and most of all patient enough to deal with the long process of recovering your losses. Our company have some of the best personal injury solicitors that are dedicated and they do not rest until you have claimed your compensations.
Our solicitors are trained to deal with claims made for all sorts of injuries caused though any sort of accident that too on daily basis, meaning they deal with a great number of diverse cases which makes them the best personal injury solicitors. Our company’s personal Injury Solicitors will provide you with brief, responsive and thoughtful administration that you need; to get your own claims settled as fast and as effectively as could be allowed.
So what are you waiting for, pick your phone and give us a call on 01254 300 966 or leave us a message about your queries at enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk

Thursday, 4 August 2016

The Impact of Brexit on the Immigrations; questions that Immigration Law Solicitors may be able to Answer


It’s no longer news that the UK has voted to leave the EU and soon the formalities associated its departure will begin through the EU Treaty’s Article 50 framework. Unfortunately, we know very little about the consequences of these recent events and we know even less about how Britain’s relations with its neighbours will progress. With such ambiguity it is natural that people will be in even greater doubt regarding immigrations even though it was one of the leading reasons behind the whole campaign. Nonetheless, we have gathered information from leading experts and Immigration Law Solicitors in hopes of shedding light on some concerns.

Will there be restrictions on Immigrations?
The leading cause behind UK’s departure from the EU was a lack of honesty with respect to migration and immigrations. Naturally, EU migrations will be easier to control. The number of non-EU migrations has been as high as 100,000 for the past 25 years, maybe that will come down as well.

How will the gap be filled?
Ironically, immigrants did significantly contribute to UK’s economy. Immigrants not only started new businesses they also created jobs all of which has positive effects on the economy. With such tight restrictions on immigrations, experts and immigration law solicitors are expecting a huge gap.

There is still a huge amount of uncertainty regarding what the future holds for us, and it is our guess that it will be around for years to come.

For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the immigrationlaw solicitors  at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300 966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.

Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Being injured from some who was running a Red Light, Guidance of Injury Claims Solicitors Accrington


Driving recklessly should be avoided no matter what the circumstances may call for. And if someone’s reckless driving results in an accident and corresponding injuries the consequences for such a driver may amount to a prison sentence and/or a heavy fine. If you were injured as a result of someone’s reckless driving you are entitled to compensation for your loss which may include medical costs, property damage and time spent away from work. In the text below we will look that the various facts surrounding accidents that result from someone running a red light in based on the experiences of injury claims solicitors Accrington.

A Diver Ran a Red Light causing me to collide; am I eligible for compensation?
No. Just because someone ran a red light does not mean that you will be able to claim compensation in the event of an accident and personal injury. For you to be able to claim compensation it has to be proved that your accident occurred in direct relation to the act of running a red light. For example, in the event of a driver running a red light but stopping before crossing the intersection during which you came into a sudden stationary position despite being signalled to go resulted in an accident it  does not mean that you are eligible for compensation. According to injury claims solicitors Accrington and RTA experts you should observe your surroundings even when crossing an intersection when green. However, if someone ran a red light and directly resulted in your accident then you can claim for compensation.

For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the injury claims solicitors Accrington at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300 966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.

Friday, 29 July 2016

Guide to Raise a Personal Injury Claim Courtesy of Injury Claims Solicitors Accrington


After being injured due to someone else’s negligence it is your right to make a claim for compensation. However, to be able to make a claim you need to be eligible for compensation. There are certain conditions that can make you eligible; however, the involvement of injury claims solicitors Accrington may improve your chances of compensation based on a thorough understanding of the law regarding accidents and evidence presented. In the text below we will share the necessary conditions and components of personal injury claims in light of the experience of injury claims solicitors Accrington.

The Most Important Eligibility Criteria:-
To be able to make a claim you should make sure that you meet the following criteria otherwise you at risk of wasting time and valuable resources on a case that might get thrown out:-
-         You must have sustained an injury from the accident for which you are not responsible.
-         The injury must have resulted as a result of someone else’s negligence and careless behaviour.

However, according to injury claims solicitors Accrington it is also possible to make a claim if there is contributory negligence. Being partially responsible for your injuries does not completely deprive you of compensation. Your solicitor may be able to better guide you.

For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the injury claims solicitors Accrington at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Do I need to know my Landlord’s Address? Here is what Landlord and Tenants Solicitors Think


As a tenant it is your right to be fully aware of who your landlord is and where he lives. In fact most landlord and tenants solicitors recommend that both tenants and landlords come face to face before finalising a tenancy agreement especially keeping in mind the growing menace of tenancy fraud. However, it is equally possible for the landlord to be very secretive of their permanent address, even though this should not be the case. According to landlord and tenants solicitors it the tenant’s right to know where the landlord lives. The following text contains more details.

There are two laws with reference to disclosing the landlord’s actual address to tenants. One comes under civil law while the other comes under criminal law. The Civil Law is known as the section 48 of the Landlord & Tenant Act of 1987 and the Criminal Law version is also known as the section 1 of the Landlord and Tenant Act of 1985.

The Civil Law:-
Disclosing a landlord’s address is important especially if the tenant wants to sue the landlord for some reason. However, to be able to sue someone you need to have an address for them within the country so that the court paperwork can be presented to them.

The Criminal Law:-
According to landlord and tenants solicitors the tenant can send a written request to the landlord through the person who comes to collect the rent for address information. The landlord has 21 days to fulfil this request. If the landlord does not cooperate without any reasonable excuse, then they will be held responsible for committing a punishable criminal offence.


For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the landlord and tenants solicitors at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300 966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.

Friday, 22 July 2016

What Happens when a Tenant leaves before the end of a Tenancy? Here is what Landlord and Tenants Solicitors have to say


Whenever a tenant enters a tenancy they are legally bound to pay rent till the end of the tenancy. This means that they cannot simply take their things and leave the premises whenever they want to. Under normal circumstances, if a tenant wants to leave before the end of a tenancy they have to get a surrender of the property approved from the landlord. The landlord has all right to refuse this surrender as a result of which the tenant will have to continue to pay rent till the end of the tenancy. However, if this does not happen then there are a few steps that landlord and tenants solicitors may recommend.

Deposit Deductions:-
All tenants are required to submit an amount as deposit at the start of a tenancy. This deposit may be utilised to cover for damage to the property and unpaid bills. Interestingly, this deposit is also meant to cover unpaid rent as well. According to landlord and tenants solicitors, unpaid rent can be from the time the tenants had been living in the property as well as the after they have left (before the end of the tenancy). Therefore, if your tenants have decided to leave the property before the end of the tenancy and you have not approved the surrender you may deduct the remaining rent from the deposit.

For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the landlord and tenants solicitors at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Understanding the Legal Meaning of a Refugee with the Help of Immigration Law Solicitors


It is almost impossible to watch the news without hearing something about Refugees these days. There are many who oppose the concept of refugees and many who feel sorry for them; however, on thing is for sure, not everyone is aware of the legal definition of being a refugee. Since the topic is among the most discussed today, it is only fair that we put together some information with the help of immigration law solicitors regarding the concept of Refugees in the UK.
What is the Legal Definition of a Refugee?
According to Article 1 A(2) of the Refugee convention, a Refugee is a person who due to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of
-          Race
-         Religion
-         Nationality
-         Membership particular group
-         Political opinion is outside the country of his nationality and unable to avail the protection of that country or is unwilling to return to it.

On the other hand, immigration law solicitors see different sub parts in this definition:-
-         Possession of a fear that is well founded.
-         Of treatment that is so bad that is can be considered as persecution.
-         Due to one of the five reasons mentioned above.
-         Being out of ones birthplace.
-         And being unwilling or unable to return to its protection.


For more information you are welcome to get in touch with the immigration law solicitors  at Walker Wise Solicitors by phone on 01254 300 966 or email enquiries@walkerwise.co.uk.