Irwin Mitchell (UK)
The family of a man who committed suicide at a Doncaster hospital have today vowed to continue battling for answers amidst concerns about the care he received in the days before his death.
An 83-year-old great-grandad who worked in a factory which made bombs for the Air Force and Ministry of Defence during the Second World War is appealing for his former colleagues to come forward with vital information about his exposure to the deadly dust so he can get the justice he deserves.
The findings of new Institute of Directors (IoD) research into auto-enrolment have highlighted how important it is for companies to plan ahead as they look to introduce the schemes in their workplaces, according to a pensions expert.
The Sheffield office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has appointed corporate solicitor, Ian Chambers, from Addleshaw Goddard in Leeds.
A team of intrepid fundraisers from a leading law firm will be bravely taking the plunge in shark infested waters to raise money for a children’s charity celebrating its 25th anniversary this year
Irwin Mitchell lawyer Satinder Bains, from our Birmingham office, supported Mr Crawford, aged 90, in his legal battle against his former employer IMI Kynoch Limited, successfully securing him a five-figure sum in compensation.
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