What landlords need to know about electrical safety: A practical guide

Oct 12 2021
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Previously, there were no laws or guidelines regulating electric installations in rental properties and landlords dealt with any problems whenever they arose. However, in recent years, more focus has been put on tenant safety, and landlords are now subject to regulations in order to keep the electrical installations in their properties safe. Health and safety in rental properties is vital, and all tenants have a right to feel safe in their homes. Landlords have a duty of care to maintain and fix issues with electrical installations as soon as they are detected. In this article, we help landlords understand everything they need to know about electrical safety in order to provide the perfect rental properties to their tenants.

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Knowing when to make a personal injury claim for an accident at home

Sep 27 2021

Over a lifetime, we hurt ourselves in all sorts of ways in accidents around the home. Most of the time, we are the authors of our misfortune. We stub a toe on the bed, or we forget the hotplate is on and put our hand on it – that sort of thing.

However, some accidents at home are the fault of others, and in those cases, if you are injured, you have every right to make a personal injury claim against those responsible.

Here are a few examples of when getting hurt in an accident at home might cause you to call a personal injury solicitor.

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Two-thirds of British drivers support the introduction of driving retests for the over 70s

Sep 23 2021
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An interesting new research, published today by used car buying and finance service Choose My Car, proves the majority of British drivers believe the over 70s should be subject to a test, to ensure safety on our roads. What’s your view on this issue?

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