We have raised more than £700 for children in hospital with a range of seasonal fundraising activities.
We have raised hundreds of pounds for two local charities with a collection at its annual Christmas carol concert.
South Essex road traffic solicitor says that councils should carefully target 20mph speed limits to improve their effectiveness
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, who specialises in road traffic offences, has said that councils could improve the effectiveness of 20mph speed limits by being more selective about where and when they are used.
We have raised more than £2,000 to help ‘Give a Gift’ to children in care this Christmas.
‘Don’t be an unwitting drink driver this Christmas’ – Road Traffic Solicitor sets out six ways motorists could find themselves unexpectedly over the limit
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, who specialises in road traffic offences, is warning motorists against a range of pitfalls that could see them become unwitting drink drivers this Christmas.
Palmers road traffic solicitor says German-style ‘rubbernecking’ laws would be “pointless”
Partner at Palmers Solicitors and specialist in road traffic offences, Jeremy Sirrell, has said that introducing German-style ‘rubbernecking’ laws in the UK would be “pointless”.
Palmers Solicitors appoints new Partner, signalling ambitions for its residential property offering
We have signalled our ambitions for our residential property offering by appointing a new Partner to head the department.
Our team is celebrating after being recommended by a prestigious guide to the legal sector.
David Beckham did not use ‘loophole’ to escape speeding conviction, says Palmers’ road traffic solicitor
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors, has said that David Beckham did not escape a speeding conviction last week as a result of a ‘loophole’, contrary to widespread reporting in the press.
We expand our employment team with new appointment
We have expanded our employment offering with the appointment of a specialist solicitor.