Although Tim Howarth will continue to practise as a Notary Public at 25 Rodney Road, he has decided to step back from his work as a Solicitor. He will continue to support his colleagues at Davis Gregory as a Consultant.
This may sound obvious, but you may be surprised at how many people try to be ‘economical with the truth’, and expect to get away with it. We have seen this recently in 2 areas of law, divorce and injury claims.
At Davis Gregory we act for clients at many different stages of life, including some suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. We have found this short video about the disease very helpful, and you may also:
Andrea Hughes, Manager of Davis Gregory’s Injury Claims department, has recently concluded a £multi-million settlement of a claim by a young man who was aged 15 when he was crossing the road and knocked over by an uninsured car driver.
In November 2013 Davis Gregory held a Charity Wills Month in aid of the Gloucestershire Deaf Association (GDA). For all new Wills made or started in the month, we committed to pay 20% of the fee to the GDA.
Following the recent conviction of Cheltenham solicitor and previous coroner for Gloucestershire Alan C Crickmore, Tim Howarth wrote a letter to the Gloucestershire Echo thanking them for their coverage of the case and highlighting how victims in such situations can get compensation.
Sarah Morris who works in our debt collection department is very excited to announce that her son Daniel Morris has signed a contract with West Bromwich Albion. On 19th April he was introduced to Steve Clarke the WBA Manager and signed his contract.