We spend most of our adult lives at work, and it is the responsibility of our employer to ensure our health and safety when we are in the workplace. A recent survey by Fletchers Serious Injury has shown that 27% of people who have suffered a serious injury...
With the UK currently on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, there have understandably been a lower number of accidents on our roads and at work as people are required to stay at home, only making journeys for essential trips. For those who were...
One of the most commonly experienced effects of brain injury is the focus of this year’s Action for Brain Injury Week, which runs this week from 20th May to 26th May.
Celebrations are underway in the Warner Goodman Litigation and Dispute Resolution team as Daniel Coleman qualifies as a Solicitor into the team. Daniel joined the firm in June 2015 working as a Paralegal in the Southampton based Residential...
Local law firm Warner Goodman have beaten their pledge to donate £2,500 to SERV Wessex. The initial £1,000 was made as a donation from the firm, however the final £2,000 was raised from a 22 mile walk 10 members of staff completed on Sunday 29th April.
On Sunday 29th April, a team from Hampshire law firm, Warner Goodman LLP, will complete a 22 mile walk to raise funds and awareness for blood bike charity, SERV Wessex.
The Personal Injury team from Hampshire law firm, Warner Goodman, are delighted to donate £1,000 to SERV Wessex, a local blood bike charity. Dan Thompson, Personal Injury Partner, explains here why the firm has decided to support the SERV Wessex team, and what the future holds for the promising partnership.
Offering opportunities to Trainee Solicitors has had an important role to play at Warner Goodman LLP for a number of years, and 2017 is no different as four new Trainees begin their Period of Recognised Training with the Hampshire law firm.
Here at Warner Goodman, our Personal Injury team work tirelessly for those who have become injured through no fault of their own; whether that be due to an industrial illness such as asbestosis, a trip or fall, an accident at work, or a road traffic collision leading to a serious injury.
People are being placed at the heart of this year’s Action for Brain Injury Week, which runs from today, 8th May, until 14th May. Each year a different theme is chosen by Headway, who organise the campaign, and throughout this week they will be showcasing the experiences that brain injury survivors, their carers and their families have been through, the impact that the injury has had and the various support services that helped them build their new life.
A new report has highlighted the disturbing number of accidents that children across the UK encounter each year, as well as revealing that accidental injury is now the leading cause of death in boys aged between one and four, and in young people aged 10 to 19. Dan Thompson, Personal Injury Partner, here reviews the report, explaining where it is most likely that these accidents can occur and how we can all work to make them less likely.
It’s a successful time for Trainee Solicitors at Warner Goodman as Georgina Savage is the second Trainee in recent months to qualify from the Hampshire law firm.
Warner Goodman LLP has been announced as the Lex 100 Winner for 2016/17 in the category of client contact. The Lex 100 is a comprehensive annual survey of trainee solicitors from across the UK, in which 3,000 trainees evaluate their firms on a number of criteria including job satisfaction, work quality, work/life balance, remuneration, and client contact, to name a few.
Warner Goodman LLP is congratulating trainee accomplishments for three of their employees.
Spring has sprung and we’re well and truly into DIY season, but with this comes the danger of disturbing asbestos as we’re making improvements to our home. The beginning of April saw Global Asbestos Awareness Week and here Dan Thompson, Personal Injury Partner, explains how asbestos is impacting our lives, and the measures you need to take to remove it safely.
During the winter months we experience many varieties of weather; from the extremes of snow and ice on a crisp clear morning, to warmer weather with stormy rain and gale-force winds. The risk of injuries significantly increases during winter months, and here Dan Thompson, Personal Injury Partner, explains who is most at risk from the adverse weather and how injuries can easily be avoided with proper care and attention.
On Sunday 12th October, four members of the Warner Goodman LLP Personal Injury team took on the formidable challenge of completing the Walk the Test Way charity walk to raise funds for road safety charity, Brake. Enduring harsh winds, pouring rain and extremely sore feet, the team completed the 25.5 mile walk in just over 9 hours, and raised over £500 for the charity.
Staff at Warner Goodman LLP’s Southampton office donned their favourite hats and headgear on Wednesday 14th May as they raised money for brain injury charity Headway’s ‘Hats for Headway Day’, as part of Action for Brain Injury Week.
With Christmas and New Year on the horizon, this time of year is filled with family, friends, present giving, and indulging in festive food and drink. It’s also a time of year when accidents in the home are on the increase. With the NHS reporting more than 80,000 people a year need hospital treatment during the festive period, it’s important to make sure your loved ones are safe.
Most drivers reading this will agree that tailgating is one of life’s biggest annoyances, but more importantly causes crashes that could easily be avoided. The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) recognise the danger associated with tailgating, and so have recently launched their SafetyWatch #backoff campaign, an initiative that the Personal Injury Team at Hampshire based law firm Warner Goodman LLP earnestly supports.