A devastating fire at the start of the school summer holidays reduced Follyfield Boarding House to rubble. Within hours, 61 pupils and staff were homeless.
A support worker employed by a registered charity providing residential care, claimed her foot went down a rabbit hole whilst assisting a resident through an area of woodland. This resulted in a fall that caused injuries to her back and ankle and a claim was initially submitted for damages and various other costs totalling £34,000.
Brooklands, based in Weybridge is the birthplace of British sport and aviation, home of Concorde and the site of many engineering and technological achievements. As a result of unprecedented rainfall on Christmas Day 2013 the River Wey burst its banks on Boxing Day and flooded a number of museum buildings, including some crucial to its central operation.
When the best part of a month’s rainfall fell in just a few hours, resultant flash flooding devastated the Sue Ryder hospice in Cheltenham.
When flooding strikes, it’s not just the damp that can ruin the contents of your home. The sheer force of the water can move and destroy furniture too.
A large property management company managing numerous property units in the UK was subject to a liability claim following a trip at one of their premises.
Hampton Court Castle and Gardens are situated in the Herefordshire countryside between Hereford and Leominster. The 15th Century Castle and 1,000 acres of stunning parklands provide a popular destination for weddings, corporate events and private functions.
For all the devastation suffered by churches in bad weather, our expertise and understanding of the role churches play in their communities shows that flooded churches can recover and thrive.