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•Finding The Latest Fashion Trends, Entertainment Gossip And Celebrity Interviews At Cliche Magazine
If you are hoping to find the latest fashion trends, entertainment gossip and celebrity interviews, there is no better place to go to than Clich¨¦ Mag. Clich¨¦ Mag is an online website that focuses around presenting the latest news and gossip and entertainment to their readers. You can visit Clichemagcom for the latest fashion trends. Every day, Clich¨¦ Mag publishes a blog post based around the top news stories that have been published in the entertainment industry. These new stories are...

•Group Travel Does Not Have To Be Time Consuming And Difficult To Arrange
When considering taking a vacation, it can be difficult to plan everything that you need to make your trip a success and an enjoyment for everyone. Because of the difficulties often associated with it, you may want to consider a group travel specialist to help you. The best group travel specialist companies have worked in the travel industry for many years, and understand the ins and outs of travel as well as the technology that is available. In this way, you can let someone else do all of the...

•Unique Florida treatment center offers high success rates and delivers long term goals.
Addiction is one of the hardest things to understand for people who have never experienced it, and one of the hardest things to explain for those who are going through it; for the person looking at it from the outside it often seems as though the person going through it just does not have 'enough willpower', while the man or woman who is taking that journey finds themselves on a path that they cannot break away from, nor even explain adequately to themselves or to others. If you are ready...

•Specialist suppliers of rigging gear, ratchet straps and Lashing systems have a large range
There are many crucial trades each of which play an important part in the development of the human effort. A critical one of these trades is that of a rigger. The rigger (Industrial) is a specialist in the lifting, moving and securing of large, heavy or awkward objects. Many a person may think that this is easy but in fact it isn't at all. To give a simple example consider moving a load on a roof carrier of a vehicle and watch how the load comes loose and shifts while in motion. Many an...

•Can You Claim A Whiplash Injury Whilst Travelling As A Rear Seat Passenger Not Wearing A Seatbelt?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have been involved in a road traffic accident and have sustained a whiplash injury whilst you were travelling as a rear seat passenger and were not wearing a seatbelt, you may be wondering whether you can still make a claim for whiplash and, if so, whether your compensation will be affected. This article seeks to answer these questions as well as explaining how a rear seat whiplash injury is caused. A whiplash injury - whether the accident victim is...

•Are There Different Types Of Whiplash Injury?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have been unfortunate enough to have been injured in a road traffic accident you may be suffering a variety of symptoms which may indicate a whiplash injury. You may suspect that you are suffering from a whiplash injury and may be wondering exactly what symptoms you should be experiencing and whether there are different types of whiplash injuries. This article looks at how whiplash injuries are caused, the different types of symptoms that can be...

•Understanding The Penalty Points System
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray We have all heard of, or perhaps experienced firsthand, the occurrence of somebody receiving penalty points on their driving licence for various motoring offences, but how exactly does the penalty points system work, do all offences carry the same penalty and how long will the points remain on your licence? This article seeks to answer these questions and takes a look at how the penalty points system really works. Do all motoring offences carry the penalty of...

•Maximising The Chances Of Selling Your Property!
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray With the housing market continuing to be surrounded in uncertainty if you are considering selling your house you need to do everything you can to maximise your chances of success. These days, properties do not 'sell themselves' and this article looks at five ways you can improve your chances of securing that all important offer on your house to enable you to then move forwards with looking for a property to purchase. 1) Choose your estate agent wisely....

•What Is An Employment Tribunal?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Most people have heard reference being made to an Employment Tribunal but are often unsure of what it actually is, when it is used and whether it is a legally binding procedure. This article looks at the function of an Employment Tribunal, when it is used and what measures can be taken before proceeding to an Employment Tribunal. Disputes in the workplace happen on a regular basis and are often sorted out between members of staff or by the aggrieved...

•Making The Decision Whether To Move Or Improve!
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray With the amount of uncertainty and general 'doom and gloom' currently surrounding the housing market it is no wonder that more and more people these days are choosing to improve their current home as opposed to moving to a new, larger property. This article looks at why people are choosing the 'improve' option, the ways in which people are extending or improving their homes and factors to weigh up when deciding whether to move or improve your property....

•What Are The Main Symptoms Of A Whiplash Injury?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have been involved in a road traffic accident and are suffering from pain and discomfort in your neck you may be wondering whether you are suffering from a whiplash injury. This article looks at how whiplash injuries are caused, the main symptoms of a whiplash injury and how long it may take you to recover from your whiplash injury. A whiplash injury usually - but not always - occurs in a road traffic accident where one car has gone into the...

•Mandatory Driving Ban - What Is It, When Can It Be Imposed And Can It Be Avoided?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Driving offences range from minor to severe and the punishment enforceable for each particular offence is representative of the severity of the offence. Offences such as minor speeding offences (perhaps driving at 48mph in a 40mph zone) may often result in the offender receiving a number of penalty points on their licence. This article looks at the punishment of a 'mandatory driving ban', what it actually means, when it can be imposed and how, if at...

•Can I Make A Claim For Whiplash Compensation If I Was Partly To Blame For The Accident?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Road traffic accidents happen for a variety of reasons and often there is more than one person at fault for causing a collision. A number of misjudgements or bad decisions taken by one or more drivers could mean that a collision ensues. So what should you do if you have been involved in an accident for which you were partly to blame? Are you still able to claim for whiplash compensation? This article addresses this question as well as looking at how...

•What Is A Discretionary Driving Ban And When Is It Enforced?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Driving offences are wide ranging : from failing to stop at a red light, to driving over the speed limit and driving under the influence of excess alcohol and many, many more offences which are carried out daily on the UK roads. Some driving offences are punishable by penalty points on the offender's driving licence, however, some offences are also punishable by a discretionary driving ban. This article looks at what exactly a discretionary driving ban...

•What To Do If An Insurance Company Makes An Early Offer To Settle A Whiplash Personal Injury Claim?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Any victim of a motor vehicle accident who has sustained a whiplash injury, or perhaps a more serious injury, will know that the days and weeks that follow can often be distressing as you begin the recovery progress and start to realise how many aspects of your life have been affected by the injury you have sustained. It is becoming more and more common for third party insurance companies to approach victims at this vulnerable time, usually very soon...

•What To Do If You Are Not Happy With Your Whiplash Claims Solicitor
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have suffered a whiplash injury as a result of a road traffic accident you may be in the process of making a claim for whiplash injury compensation. What should you do if you are not happy, for one reason or another, with your whiplash claim solicitor? Do you have to stay with them for the duration of the claim or can you change to a new solicitor? Will you be charged for changing solicitors half way through your claim? This article addresses...

•Driving Offences - Not Wearing A Seatbelt
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray There cannot be many people out there - drivers or otherwise - who do not understand the importance of wearing a seatbelt when driving or when travelling in a vehicle. It is an obvious safety measure, yet many people still continue to get behind the wheel - or travel as a passenger - without securing their seatbelt. This puts their own lives and the lives of others in danger. The purpose of this article is to look at the reason seatbelt usage is so...

•Sex Discrimination In The Workplace
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Discrimination in the workplace can take several forms including disability, race, age and sex. This article aims to look at some of the issues surrounding sex discrimination in the workplace, such as what it is, what your rights are and what to do if you think you have been the victim of sex discrimination. Sex discrimination occurs when an employee is treated less favourably in the workplace because of their gender. Being treated less favourably...

•Choosing The Right Solicitor For Your House Move
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray We all know that moving house can be one of the most stressful times of our lives - it's up there with divorce and having a baby - so why not make sure that you get off on the right foot by choosing your conveyancing solicitor wisely and ensuring that they are well placed to do the best possible job for you and achieve your desired outcome with as little stress as possible. The purpose of this article is to look at factors you should take into account...

•The Great Freehold Vs Leasehold Fight: Who Wins?
? Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Most people have heard references to properties either being freehold or leasehold but many people are unsure of what exactly these terms mean and what practical difference it makes, if any, when purchasing a property. There are some major differences between the terms leasehold and freehold and it is vital that you fully consider each of them before making a decision to purchase a property as you will be acquiring very different legal rights. If you purchase...

•Guide To Choosing The Right Whiplash Injury Claim Solicitor
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you have sustained a whiplash injury following a road traffic accident it is likely that you are feeling very anxious about the injuries you have sustained as well as being anxious and confused about how to go about obtaining compensation for your injuries. When you have dealt with your immediate need for treatment, your thoughts may turn to making a claim for compensation for your whiplash injury and contacting a solicitor to help you do this. With such a...

•Stamp Duty Land Tax Guide
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) was introduced in December 2003 and replaced Stamp Duty. SDLT is a tax on the purchase price of the house you are buying and applies to all purchases of properties, where the purchase price is above a certain threshold. Your solicitor will advise you of all the costs involved in moving house, of which Stamp Duty Land Tax can often be a substantial one. Your solicitor will explain to you how Stamp Duty Land Tax is calculated and under...

•Whistleblower Protection - Spilling The Health And Safety Beans!
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Employers have a duty to their employees to ensure that there is no risk to their health whilst in the work place. Employers are required to do this by carrying out relevant risk assessments of the work place, ensuring that all machinery and equipment is in good working order and is properly maintained and making sure that the work place as a whole is free from hazards. Usually if an employee is concerned that something, or somebody, at work is posing a risk to...

•UK Guide To Driving Without Insurance
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Driving without a valid certificate of motor insurance is a very serious motoring offence which carries heavy penalties. If you are in charge of a vehicle that is 'using' the road, or another public place, you must ensure that you have insurance. Motorists can often find themselves falling foul of the law simply because they either did not realise they were not insured, did not realise they had to be (see below) or had inadequate insurance for their specific...

•What Are Fixtures And Fittings?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Moving house can be an extremely exciting time but there are lots of issues surrounding the move to take into account such as securing a mortgage, checking out the area, saving a deposit and arranging for a survey to be carried out on the house you are about to purchase. However, amongst all these 'big' issues it is quite common for people to overlook the issue of fixtures and fittings - specifically, what the vendor will be taking with them when they move out...

•Drinking And Driving - How To Stay Safe At Christmas And All Year Round!
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray There cannot be anyone out there who is not aware of the dangers involved in drinking and driving. The issue has been the subject of major television campaigns and there are now warnings and guidelines on most bottles and cans of alcohol regarding the number of units we can drink before becoming unsafe to drive. However, it seems that these measures have not been nearly enough to curtail the issue of people getting behind the wheel after having more than the...

•Whiplash Injuries, Are They Taken Seriously Enough?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Whiplash is the name given to an injury sustained to the neck when it is suddenly and unexpectedly thrown back and forth causing trauma. The term whiplash is often used very loosely these days, for any minor pain or discomfort in the neck following an accident, but when a genuine case of whiplash is present it can be a very unpleasant experience for the person suffering from the injury. It may be that the whiplash injury, or suspected whiplash injury, is either...

•Discrimination In The Workplace
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Unfortunately discrimination in the workplace is all too common and can have long lasting effects on all involved. But what exactly is discrimination and what should you do if you feel that you are being discriminated against? Discrimination arises when somebody, usually an employee, is treated differently from others, usually by their employer. The law states that employers may not discriminate against their staff - i.e. treat them differently - because of...

•Preventing Whiplash Injuries Guide
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray A whiplash injury is a very common injury usually caused by being involved in a road traffic accident. It involves the head and neck being suddenly and forcefully thrown back and forth causing soft-tissue damage to the muscles and ligaments in the neck. Symptoms vary in severity, as does the length of time taken to recover from a whiplash injury, but include pain and stiffness in the neck and lower back, bruising and swelling and restricted movement. Treatment...

•First Time House Buyers Guide - 10 Things You Must Know!
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Buying your first property - and taking that first step on the property ladder - can be a very exciting but daunting time. We all know that buying a house is the biggest purchase we will make in our lifetimes and the decision to take that step should not be taken lightly. Here are ten things you should know before you begin your quest to become a home owner for the very first time. 1. Is buying a property the right decision? Before you proceed, and commit to...

•Treatment And Recovery From Whiplash Injuries
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray A whiplash injury occurs when the head and neck are suddenly and forcefully thrown back and forth, usually - but not always - as a result of a car accident. Whiplash injuries vary in severity and the symptoms of whiplash injuries are not always immediately apparent. In fact, in can often take several hours, or even days, for the first symptoms of whiplash to appear. These symptoms may include stiffness in the neck and back, bruising and swelling, and restricted...

•Do You Need The Services Of An Employment Lawyer?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Employment lawyers offer a wide range of advice covering every element of the law surrounding employment issues and can offer comprehensive advice and guidance to employers and employees alike. With the issues and topics of employment law being extremely vast and often very complicated, how do you know if - and when - you would benefit from the services of an employment lawyer? Employees. There are many circumstances where employees may also benefit from the...

•Uninsured Driver Accidents Guide
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray If you have been involved in an accident with an uninsured driver you may be wondering whether you are still able to make a claim for compensation. After all, most people understand that it is usually the driver's insurance company that pick up the bill for any damage their insured has caused to another driver's vehicle. It is also the insurers that pay out an award of compensation to the injured party. Even though it is illegal to drive a car on the roads...

•Stress In The Workplace - A Guide For Employers
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray These days most people have extremely hectic lifestyles made up of a variety of work and family pressures and commitments. In accordance with health and safety laws, employers have a legal duty to make sure that employees are not being made unwell by their work. Combating stress in the workplace is vital to ensure the wellbeing of both employees and employers and, in turn, this will help to ensure the smooth running of your business. If your employees are...

•Mobile Phone Use Whilst Driving
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray We all have a mobile phone, whether for work or social purposes - or both, and usually it is our main form of communication throughout the day with our friends and colleagues. In today's hectic lifestyle everything seems to have a sense of urgency. In years gone by, if travelling in our car we would have had no choice but to wait until, for example, reaching the office before making that all important phone call, but we are now faced with the very real...

•Refusing Or Failing To Provide A Breath Test
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Drink driving offences are all too common and the police force are continuing to crack down on drivers that continue to put themselves and others at serious risk of injury or death by getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. Whether or not you have been drinking and driving, what happens if you are stopped by the police and are asked to perform a breath test? What if you refuse to do so? Are you entitled to refuse? What are the consequences of refusing...

•How To Remortgage Your Property
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray What is a remortgage and how do you obtain one for your property? Remortgaging is the term given to ending, or paying off, your existing mortgage and replacing it with another, often larger, mortgage. Why remortgage? There are many reasons why you may wish to remortgage your property. These include : * To release some equity to fund home improvements, university fees etc; * To obtain a more favourable mortgage deal; * To create a reduction in your monthly...

•Guide To Compensation For Whiplash
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray If you have suffered a whiplash injury as a result of a road traffic accident, or other type of accident, you may be considering making a claim for compensation and may wonder how the amount of compensation you receive will be calculated. Whiplash injuries vary in their severity from minor neck discomfort which disappears within a few days or weeks to more severe whiplash where symptoms, often in your neck and back, persist for 6 months or more. In minor...

•Bullying And Harassment In The Workplace
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Bullying and harassment are both unacceptable and immoral forms of unwanted, offensive, malicious behaviour against an individual, or sometimes a group of individuals. They can cause extreme stress and anxiety to the person being bullied or harassed and can have a detrimental effect on them and their families. Although bullying is not unlawful, it is possible, if you are victim of bullying, to make a claim under harassment laws. Harassment is offensive behaviour...

•Contributory Negligence - What Is It And Does It Stop You Making An Accident Compensation Claim?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray We recently received a letter from a client when we asked him for details of the outcome of the claim for injuries suffered by him in a previous accident of which he had notified us. He told us that he had been told by other advisers not to pursue a claim because it was a 5050 situation in that he was equally to blame with the other party. Because of the time which had elapsed since that accident it was too late for us to do anything to help them although we...

•Self Employed Accident Claims - Can You Still Claim Compensation?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Exploding myths - "I can't make a claim for injuries suffered in the accident at work because I am self-employed". Many people believe this is the case when it is far from the truth. Every case has to be judged on its own merits, but many times when someone believes that they cannot make a claim because they are self employed they are often wrong. The only person that is qualified to make this decision is a specialist personal injury solicitor, so if you have...

•Can I Make An Accident Claim If I Am Disabled Or Unemployed?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray "I can't make a claim for accident injury compensation because I was disabled unwell or unemployed at the time of the accident." Many people have heard stories from other people that they were unable to make an accident claim because they were unemployed at the time of the accident, or were in receipt of benefits. Believe it or not and contrary to the notion that we are a nation of claimants who will sue for any thing in the hope of getting compensation to...

•Can You Make An Accident Claim If You Do Not Act Promptly?
? Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Whilst it is true that any delay in getting a claim for personal injuries following an accident can cause problems these difficulties are rarely terminal. The main issues with time limits stem from not obtaining the correct details from all parties involved in the accident. It can then sometimes be difficult if you return later and cannot locate any of the witnesses. However, provided that you have basic evidence such as the date and circumstances of the...

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