Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

January 14, 2019 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

January 7, 2019 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

December 31, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

December 24, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

December 17, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Are You Looking for an Expert in Medical Malpractice Law?

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Medical malpractice is a serious issue and one that occurs more often than many people think. This is a problem that can affect adults and youngsters and it can devastate families in more serious cases. This is why you need to ensure you take appropriate action in the event you or a family member falls victim to medical malpractice. Finding an expert in medical malpractice law means that you can get your case dealt with speedily, efficiently, and by someone with specialist knowledge and expertise.

If you feel that you or someone you know has fallen victim to this type of malpractice, it is important to seek legal advice as quickly as possible. There is often a lot of work to be done in order to prove your case and get you the justice you deserve, so the earlier you take action the better your chances of success. Depending on the extend of damage or injury stemming from this malpractice, you could be entitled to a serious amount of compensation. An experience legal expert will be able to boost the chances of the case going in your favor and getting the compensation you are entitled to.

How to Find the Right Lawyer

So, how do you find the right lawyer to deal with your medical malpractice case? Well, there are various key factors you need to consider in order to make the right choice. It is important that you make an informed decision with regards to which legal professional to choose to deal with your case. Your choice of legal expert can make a big difference to the success of your case as well as the amount of compensation you get for the damage and injuries sustained as a result of the medical malpractice.

It is important to find a lawyer that has plenty of experience when it comes to dealing with medical malpractice cases, as this can boost the chances of a successful outcome for you. Take some time to do your research and speak to the law firm to learn more about the level of experience the professional has when it comes to dealing with cases involving medical malpractice. You can then also learn more about the outcome of these cases, as this will give you a better idea of how likely it is that you will win your case.

You should also check online reviews to find out more about what other people think of the service provided by the lawyer. Many people who have used the same lawyer will leave reviews online and this provides you with a great opportunity to get some background on the legal professional, find out more about their communication and service levels, and find out how reliable and efficient they are. This then means you can make a more informed choice with regards to the lawyer you choose to deal with your medical malpractice case.

One more factor to consider is the cost of getting the legal help you need for your medical malpractice case. Different lawyer will charge different fees and rates to deal with your case, so this is something you need to check on. In addition, the way in which they charge can also vary with some charging on an hourly basis and others charging a set fee or charging on a contingency fee basis.

By taking all of these factors into account, you can find an experienced, reputable and affordable legal expert to deal with your medical malpractice case.

December 14, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

December 10, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

December 3, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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Monday morning with Alex Williams’ cartoons

qccartoon
This cartoon is by Alex Williams who draws the Queen’s Counsel cartoons for The Times and in numerous books including The Queen’s Counsel Lawyer’s Omnibus. He offers almost all of his cartoons for sale at £120 for originals and £40 for copies and they can be obtained from this email info@qccartoon.com.

November 26, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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What’s Crime Really Like in England and Wales in 2018?

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Crime trends in the UK have changed a lot over the years, not least because society altered its habits and technology has become more advanced. Cyber crime was once an alien concept, for example, yet these days it’s one of the biggest challenges faced by the authorities all over the world.

So what has happened to crime in England and Wales? The Office of National Statistics has rounded up some interesting figures for the year of 2018, which will shed some light on the current state of affairs.

Crime in England and Wales

The most notable piece of information from the data is on homicide. Not only has it been on the rise for four consecutive years, it is currently at the highest rate it’s been for a decade, making it stand out against the other crimes which naturally wave up and down over the years.

Murder, manslaughter and infanticide (the killing of infants) is all up there as a rising figure, according to recent data from the Home Office. This figure excludes deaths from terror attacks or major disasters including Hillsborough. Instead, it’s focused on smaller scale homicide.

It’s worth noting that higher rates of homicide actually reflect a higher number of people being caught by the authorities, and this figure is not necessarily connected to the number of homicides actually being committed.

Violent crime has risen

Offences which are based around violence, such as robbery, knife crime and assault, have also been on the rise, contributing to an overall 9% rise in all police recorded crime in England and Wales.

Figures revealed that violent crime is increasing, with a 12% rise in crimes which involved a sharp weapon. Greater Manchester Police has been excluded from these figures, as there was an issue with recorded data and comparability problems, but the figures represent other forces in England and Wales.

Some crimes are falling

While there are some figures on the rise, the released stats do show that some crimes are on the decrease. Computer misuse is down by as much as 30%, which includes various offences including unauthorised acts with intent to commit a further crime, unauthorised acts which create risk of serious damage, and unauthorised acts with intent to impair the operation of the computer.

Bicycle theft is another recorded crime which has fallen in England and Wales in 2018, though the BBC reported that these figures were “pretty high” last year, suggesting it has just evened out.

Been involved in a crime?

If you or someone close to you has been a victim of crime, there are a number of steps you can take. Of course, in an emergency you are advised to call 999, or call the police on 101 in a non emergency.

However, in some cases you might be accused of a crime, in which case you need a criminal defence solicitor. Get in touch with Carter Moore Solicitors and see what help is available.

November 21, 2018 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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