Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, has responded to the announcement by the Government that it will consider an offence of ‘death by dangerous cycling’ by saying that encouraging the police to enforce the existing rules of the road would be more effective in preventing deaths.
A South Essex law firm is celebrating the 35th anniversary of its founding this week.
We are warning that the deadline for employees who have been unfairly dismissed to bring a claim against their former employer is just three months.
A pair of solicitors at Palmers Solicitors have been promoted to become salaried Partners of the firm with effect from 1 August 2018.
A new equity partner has been appointed at Palmers Solicitors, having worked his way up from trainee to partner.
Following a high-profile Government announcement that motorists who pass within 1.5 metres of cyclists will be fined, Palmers Solicitors partner and specialist road traffic solicitor Jeremy Sirrell has said this distance does not itself have any basis in law and so nothing has really changed.
Siobain Moore, a Solicitor at Palmers Solicitors has passed the Administration of Trusts certificate as she works towards full membership of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP).
A trio of professionals from Palmers Solicitors have raised hundreds of pounds for charity at an inflatable 5k run.
Palmers Solicitors has expanded with the appointment of two executives and a paralegal.
Lawyers from our firm are encouraging local people to think about putting Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) in place.