Our offices will close 12:00 noon on Tuesday 24th December and will reopen 9.00 am on Thursday 2nd January 2020.
Best wishes for the festive season from GHP Legal.
Bydd ein swyddfeydd yn cau am 12:00 hanner dydd, ddydd Mawrth 24ain Rhagfyr ac yn ailagor 9.00 am ddydd Iau 2 Ionawr 2020.
Dymuniadau gorau ar gyfer tymor yr ŵyl gan GHP Legal.
Led by its team of Partners, GHP Legal Solicitors of Wrexham, Oswestry, Llangollen and Chirk are a multi-disciplinary law practice serving a client base stretching across more than 10 counties in England and Wales. For more information regarding our legal services, please click the links below.
Personal Law Services
The law can be complicated so it is important to get the best advice available.
We have highly experienced solicitors specialising in all aspects of personal legal services.
Business Law Services
We provide a wealth of expertise for our commercial clients, representing them in the complete range of their business interests.
We have a skilled team of lawyers on hand to offer you a cost effective and tailored solution.
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Due to the very nature of the construction industry and the fact that health and safety is not an area with which I am particularly familiar, one of my concerns is whether as a director I could be held personally liable if there was an accident causing injury or death to a site worker. Could I be prosecuted under the Corporate Manslaughter and Homicide Act 2007?Continue Reading
Q: My eight year old tripped at school a year ago and fell. Despite complaining of severe arm pain the teacher said he was just making a fuss, sent him to the quiet room and left him. No-one attempted to contact me. When I collected him at home time I immediately saw something was wrong and took him to A&E. It transpired he had a tricky double fracture of the elbow. Since then he has been difficult about going to school and is still suffering pain. Some days I have had to take time off work because of it and lose pay. I am so angry with the school. Can I make a claim for injury compensation against the school on his behalf?Continue Reading