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Sister firm to Stonehewer Moss Solicitors. One of the UK's leading specialist compensation solicitors, members of the Law Society and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
For the information below we have made every effort to provide links to sites providing a wide range of relevant information; Stonehewer Moss Solicitors can take no responsibility for the content or any subsequent links.
Information, guidance and support for those injured as a result of someone else's negligence.
Forum for victims of accidents who have suffered injury, whether making a claim or not
Actively involved in the promotion of safety and the prevention of accidents in all areas of life.
The body responsible for workplace health, safety and welfare.
The mechanism in the UK through which compensation is found for claims against uninsured drivers, and hit and run incidents
A national membership association of lawyers specialising in employment law.
British employment law internet search engine
A network of independent charities giving free, confidential information and advice.
Independent comparison site to find and compare solicitors.
A national, independent charity promoting equal access to justice.
The representative body for solicitors in England and Wales.
Gateway to the UK legal information service
Register of legal resources in the UK and Ireland.
Our local newspaper - latest updates, information for Northwich and mid Cheshire
Community Radio Station for mid Cheshire, serving Northwich, Winsford, Middlewich. Listen out for Dom answering your law questions on the ‘phone-in.
BBC Radio 4 legal magazine programme.
Daily newspaper for Manchester
Daily newspaper for London
Law section of The Times' newspaper website
Weekly magazine for solicitors in England and Wales published by the Law Society of England and Wales.
The official UK government website for citizens
Official Site for the UK Government
Link to all published Statutory Instruments from 1987 onwards
Responsible for managing the magistrates’ courts, the Crown Court, county courts, the High Court and Court of Appeal in England and Wales.