Listen to the Hattons Solicitors Industrial Diseases radio advert which will be broadcast on Wish FM throughout the year.
St Helens is an area of heavy industry, and unfortunately as a result of just going to work each day, some workers will have developed deafness, numbness and tingling in their fingers and sadly asbestos related illnesses. You may think that there is nothing that can be done as the businesses have since closed down. This is not the case as although the business may have closed, in all likelihood their insurers will still be trading and it is them that ultimately will be paying out your compensation.
The Department welcomed Kayley Farmer in December 2014, who is working towards her CILEX. She joins the Family Team to develop and strengthen the same. We are proud of the development, achievements and the aspirations of the Family Department, which was set up only 3 Years ago.
We are also pleased to announce that Deb Choudhuri has recently been appointed as a Member on the National Committee for the Domestic Abuse Group with Resolution. He is also the Secretary for Merseyside Resolution and a Member of the Family sub Committee with Liverpool Law Society.
We teamed up with rugby news website Love Rugby League to give fans of the sport a chance to choose their favourite aspects of the 2014 Super League season. Over 1700 rugby lovers took part in the poll to cast their votes for their favourite stadium, team, coach, player and much more.
After years of looking for ways to keep our clients up to date with the status of their case I finally came across a company who offered a fresh, modern approach to the problem. Instant phone based notifications when a significant step is taken in their case’s progress.
Last weekend the Hattons team took part in the fifth annual Irn Bru Taylor Park Challenge, a special event organised by the Steve Prescott Foundation.
The charity shares close ties with Hattons through our business development manager Mike Denning, close friend of the late Steve Prescott and chairman of the highly active foundation. The event was the first to take place since Steve’s passing last November and plenty of people came to show their support for a great cause.