Palmers road traffic specialist warns that retaining a driving licence after totting up 12 or more points is “far from guaranteed”
Jeremy Sirrell, a Partner at Palmers Solicitors who specialises in defending motorists accused of committing road traffic offences has warned that anyone who expects to keep their driving licence after totting up 12 or more points could be sorely disappointed.
We have been recognised for our customer focus by the judges at a prestigious national legal sector awards.
The team at the newly-opened Rayleigh office of Palmers Solicitors have named Rayleigh Town Museum as the office’s inaugural chosen charity.
Think twice about using a hands-free phone
Palmers Partner, Jeremy Sirrell, has warned that drivers should think twice about using a hands-free phone while driving.
With major changes to data protection and information security rules set to come into effect in the UK later this year, Palmers Solicitors, in conjunction with Rochford District Council, is offering local businesses the chance to get up to speed with best practice.
Rayleigh businesses in the frame as Palmers Solicitors presents prizes in Christmas shop front competition
Three Rayleigh businesses are in the frame this Christmas after they were announced as the winners of the town’s annual shopfront competition, which this year has been sponsored by Palmers Solicitors.
Our team has raised hundreds of pounds to support young patients at two local hospitals by donning Christmas jumpers.
We Give a Gift this Christmas
We are marking the countdown to Christmas by raising funds for Lakeside’s Give a Gift initiative and the Thurrock Young Carers initiative.
We have chosen four designs by pupils at Treetops School in Grays to be used in the firm’s 2017 Christmas e-card.
Our team is celebrating after the firm was confirmed as the only law firm to have received endorsements from an independent ratings and review site across all three legal categories covering the Basildon area.