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How much Liability is Enough

How much Liability is Enough

The cost of a serious injury or third party property damage for which you are found liable could be more than you think. Damages for personal injury claims have increased significantly in recent years. For example, in the case of Collier v. Norton, 2012, a record of GBP23 million was awarded to a teenager left paralysed after a road accident. (This consisted of a GBP7.5 million lump sum plus annual payments of GBP 270,000.) The case highlights the substantial payments that can be awarded following a life-changing injury, whether on the road, in the workplace, or elsewhere, and the need...

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What is the housing market really doing now?

What is the housing market really doing now?

  According to leading property website Rightmove, June marked the sixth consecutive month of house price increases. Their figures suggest that despite the ongoing political uncertainty and consequent reluctance of many potential buyers to commit, newly marketed property prices rose by 0.3% – equivalent to £1,058. But not everyone agrees that prices are booming.  According to the Nationwide, UK house prices grew by just 0.5% year-on-year in June as political uncertainty continues to dampen market sentiment. Despite what the web figures may indicate, in the real world, many sellers are finding that their homes are taking longer to sell, and...

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We Are Three – Elemental Media

We Are Three – Elemental Media

The Past Three Years How time flies – we can hardly believe it’s been three years since we opened our doors and started working with lots of amazing clients! We thought it might help to understand what we’ve been up to over the past 36 months and what 36 months it has been. In fact, each year has pushed us creatively, which culminated in the past year as being our most successful to date, so let’s find out why… At the end of 2017 we decided to move out of the city of Worcester and back in to Malvern to...

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The Medina, the Souks and the madness that is Marrakech

The Medina, the Souks and the madness that is Marrakech

We first visited the market place in Jemaa el Fna square in the Medina in the middle of the afternoon. It was busy with street traders and a few snake charmers, women wanting to apply henna patterns to visitors’ hands and men wanting to take us on horse-drawn carriage rides around the city. But that didn’t prepare us for the electric atmosphere of the square at night.

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