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Forrest Williams Announce Official Link With Barrister’s Chambers in Sheffield

Forrest Williams Press Release

 

National Motoring Lawyers Forge Link with Sheffield Barristers

 

 Bank House Chambers Selected As Official Chambers of Choice

 

 

Sheffield’s Barristers at Bank House Chambers, have been selected as the official Chambers of choice by Forrest Williams, a National Specialist Motoring Law Firm based in Mansfield.

 

The niche law firm, who were previously known as Motoring Lawyers Online, successfully represent clients country wide, charged with motoring offences such as speeding, drink driving and careless driving.  They have worked with Barristers from all over the country but have now chosen to establish a link with Sheffield’s very own Bank House Chambers.

 

Steve Williams, principal of Forrest Williams and renowned motoring specialist Lawyer says: “We have worked with many other Barristers and Chambers who just don’t meet our strict requirements for legal knowledge and client care.  Bank House have consistently met and exceeded our requirements and this official link means that we commit to solely use them for our cases in the North and Midlands and beyond in certain circumstances’’.

 

The formal link will form part of the firm’s re-launch, and is a welcome boost to Bank House Chambers, who are the oldest set of Chambers in the Country and  based in the historic Grade II listed Old Bank House in the heart of Sheffield’s Legal Community.

 

Wayne Digby, Senior Clerk at Bank House says: “My Barristers and I are proud to have our hard work and dedication recognized by such a prestigious and progressive thinking National Law Firm who, like us, pride themselves on striving for excellence in all areas of advocacy and specialist legal advice as well as providing impeccable client care. I look forward to a long and successful working relationship with Steve and his dedicated team.”

 

If you have any Motoring Legal queries, please contact Steve Williams at Forrest Williams on 01623 600645 or email info@motoringlawyersonline.com

 

They offer free initial advice on all matters.

Winter Weather Tyre Advice

The recent bad weather seems to have caught a lot of drivers out but there are precautions you can take. Tyre safe is a non profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of the dangers of defective and worn tyres.

This press release highlights the importance of using the correct tyres in winter –

Following a statement in the House of Commons yesterday by Secretary of State for Transport, the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, has expressed its disbelief and concern over the Government’s lack of understanding about the added safety benefits of winter weather tyres. Despite many independent tests proving that winter weather tyres are the safest option for drivers across the entire winter period, Mr Hammond incorrectly claimed they were not appropriate for UK situations.

 

“Mr Hammond’s comments show a complete lack of understanding about modern winter tyres which are the ideal solution to the type of weather we are currently experiencing,” explains Stuart Jackson, chairman, TyreSafe. “Studless winter tyres are designed to provide much better grip over the entire winter period, not just for when people are driving for long periods on compacted snow as he implied. They do not damage road surfaces in any way and are wholly appropriate for the UK situation.”

 

Winter weather tyres can be used all year round but their performance is notably better when temperatures fall below seven degrees Celsius. In these conditions ‘standard’ tyres begin to harden and lose their ability to grip the road surface properly. Winter weather tyres contain more natural rubber and advanced silica compounds to reduce the hardening process and improve grip. Tests conducted by the British Tyre Manufacturers Association found that a car braking at 60mph on a wet road at five degrees Celsius stopped five metres shorter, equivalent to more than one car length, when fitted with winter weather tyres. On ice and snow covered roads the difference was even more remarkable. The car equipped with winter tyres stopped 11 metres sooner on ice and eight metres sooner on snow, from just 20mph.

 

Mr Hammond also stated that “winter tyres wear out very quickly on normal road surfaces” but this is not the case as in winter conditions, winter tyres do not wear any more quickly than conventional tyres and are manufactured with a deeper tread to improve performance.

 

To help drivers further understand the benefits of winter weather tyres, TyreSafe has added a new dedicated section to its website along with an updated information leaflet which can be downloaded free of charge. To see the information visit www.tyresafe.org.

Notes

– TyreSafe is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of the dangers of defective and worn tyres.

– In 2009, TyreSafe was awarded with the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in recognition of its achievements in raising awareness about the dangers associated with driving on defective and worn tyres.

– TyreSafe supports the government’s ACT ON CO2 campaign which promotes Smarter Driving tips to help cut CO2 emissions from driving.

– TyreSafe is a signatory to the European Road Safety Charter which was launched in 2004 with the aim of halving the number of deaths on European roads by 2010

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