Health and Social Care

Is your homes disrepair affecting your health and welfare?

Are there problems and issues that you have raised with your landlord which are waiting for a resolution? If the conditions in your housing association or privately rented home are bad, they could adversely affect your health and other members of the households’ health. They could also cause distress and a nuisance to your neighbours.  […]

Planning for the future seminars from Keoghs, Nicholls, Lindsell & Harris

We understand that planning for the future is never easy.  So that is why we are holding, a series of seminars in conjunction with LIFT Financial, to provide you with insight and information to help you start the process.  Michael Sandler will be on hand, along with Joel Adams from LIFT Financial to discuss key […]

Delaying bringing a claim may mean you are too late to bring one at all

WHAT IS LIMITATION? The Limitation Act 1980 (“LA 1980”) imposes rules limiting the time in which legal action can be brought against another party. These are referred to as ‘Limitation Periods’. For instance, you may have suffered personal injury due to a fall at work.  From the date that you become aware of the negligence […]

What is a Lasting Powers of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney is created, to enable someone to act upon the behalf of someone else (the Donor). There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA): 1.             The first refers to the Property and Financial Affairs of the Donor.  This allows the Donor to appoint a legally authorised person to look […]

Care Home Fees; don’t miss the 31st March 2013 deadline for reclaiming!

The deadline for reclaiming any care home fees paid between 1st April 2011 and 31st March 2013 will soon be here. Don’t forget the date: 31st March 2013. After that date you will only be able to claim back fees, paid for a maximum of six months. Something to bear in mind, is that if […]