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Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







Impressive Statistics for Drink Driving Solicitors, Plus Second Hire in 6 Months


(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014

Hammond Trotter Solicitors, the driving offence specialists, have released some incredible statistics for 2014 so far. They have won 80% of their non-alcohol related trials (which covers speeding, driving without due care, and failure to report an accident offences) and 80% of their exceptional hardship cases.

These statistics are verifiable, honest and absolutely correct. Solicitors firms often promise a 99% success rate, but the reality is often very different. In a notoriously difficult field these are genuine figures to boast about, three out of four cases won in a field of law that is particularly complex and unforgiving.

The Hammond Trotter empire is also expanding, due in part to its successes and reputation, but also thanks to the calibre of solicitors the firm is attracting. A recent addition to the team is Emma Procter, with over 3 years practice experience Emma previously worked in the public sector for the Local Authority. Her passion for law is tied in with driving offences and she’s a fantastic addition to their expanding team.

Upon commencement of her work with the firm Emma said “I’m delighted to have become part of the specialist team at Hammond Trotter. Working with the best in the business is inspiring and exciting and I look forward to many successful years winning cases and providing advice.”

With offices in Manchester and London, Hammond Trotter Solicitors are the true experts in driving offences, operating in this field of law only. For more information or images please contact amy-jay(dot)handley(at)pixel8ltd(dot)com or call 0161 228 6489.







PositiveSingles.com Releases Statistics Showing that 27.75% of People Living with HPV Both Smoke and Drink


Los Angeles California (PRWEB) October 19, 2014

In light of a new study highlighted on Time.com that suggests that smokers tend to have higher prevalence of a certain type of HPV, PositiveSingles.com has released statistics that 27.75% of people living with HPV on its site both smoke and drink.

HPV (human papillomavirus) is a sexually transmitted disease which is common in the United States. HPV has been linked to certain types of cancer, and patients who also smoke or drink have an increased risk in this area. PositiveSingles.com has released new statistics that are discouraging as far as smoking and drinking among HPV patients.

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s largest online STD dating site, with over 800,000 active members. 11.28% of the members on PositiveSingles.com are living with HPV. Among the HPV sufferers, about 30.59% smoke, with 8.49% currently trying to quit smoking. Worse news is that of the HPV dating group, 88.81% drink, with 0.35% currently trying to stop. 27.75% of the people living with HPV both smoke and drink, with 0.15% wanting to quit both activities.

HPV can cause genital warts for both women and men, and it has been linked to greater risks of cancer. In women, HPV can increase the risk of vaginal, cervical, and anal cancer. For men, HPV is linked to anal, penile, and oropharyngeal (throat) cancer.

Smoking and drinking pose significant health risks to people with HPV. According to a Time article published on Oct. 7, a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that smokers have higher rates of HPV type 16, which causes over 90% of the HPV-related cases of throat cancer. The study’s co-author, Dr. D’Souza, said the results suggest that smoking tobacco could make it harder to clear these infections, giving the smoking group a greater risk of throat cancer.

Alcohol use has also been linked to increased HPV health risks. According to a study in the British Medical Journal, which was published on University Herald on Oct.4, men who drank more alcohol also tended to have higher rates of HPV (69% HPV in the high-alcohol group vs. 57% HPV in the low-alcohol group). For the HPV types which are linked to cancer, 35% of the high-alcohol group were positive, vs. only 23% of the low-alcohol group.

A third study published on HealthDay on Oct. 3, in the British Medical Journal Open, found that young men who drank more alcohol had lower sperm counts and higher risks of HPV. The high-alcohol group in this study was 35% more likely than the low-alcohol group to have a type of HPV related to cancer.

It is important for people with HPV to understand the health risks they face, and how smoking and drinking can increase those risks. The statistics from PositiveSingles.com are somewhat discouraging, and show there is a great need for educating people about the issue, and encouraging them to minimize their use of alcohol and tobacco.

About PositiveSingles

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s biggest online dating site specifically for people with HPV and other STDs. The site has been helping HPV singles to find romance for over 13 years. It is free to create an anonymous profile. Members find that the site provides a supportive community where they can get advice, find dates, and make new friends.







PositiveSingles.com Releases Statistics Showing that 27.75% of People Living with HPV Both Smoke and Drink


Los Angeles California (PRWEB) October 19, 2014

In light of a new study highlighted on Time.com that suggests that smokers tend to have higher prevalence of a certain type of HPV, PositiveSingles.com has released statistics that 27.75% of people living with HPV on its site both smoke and drink.

HPV (human papillomavirus) is a sexually transmitted disease which is common in the United States. HPV has been linked to certain types of cancer, and patients who also smoke or drink have an increased risk in this area. PositiveSingles.com has released new statistics that are discouraging as far as smoking and drinking among HPV patients.

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s largest online STD dating site, with over 800,000 active members. 11.28% of the members on PositiveSingles.com are living with HPV. Among the HPV sufferers, about 30.59% smoke, with 8.49% currently trying to quit smoking. Worse news is that of the HPV dating group, 88.81% drink, with 0.35% currently trying to stop. 27.75% of the people living with HPV both smoke and drink, with 0.15% wanting to quit both activities.

HPV can cause genital warts for both women and men, and it has been linked to greater risks of cancer. In women, HPV can increase the risk of vaginal, cervical, and anal cancer. For men, HPV is linked to anal, penile, and oropharyngeal (throat) cancer.

Smoking and drinking pose significant health risks to people with HPV. According to a Time article published on Oct. 7, a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that smokers have higher rates of HPV type 16, which causes over 90% of the HPV-related cases of throat cancer. The study’s co-author, Dr. D’Souza, said the results suggest that smoking tobacco could make it harder to clear these infections, giving the smoking group a greater risk of throat cancer.

Alcohol use has also been linked to increased HPV health risks. According to a study in the British Medical Journal, which was published on University Herald on Oct.4, men who drank more alcohol also tended to have higher rates of HPV (69% HPV in the high-alcohol group vs. 57% HPV in the low-alcohol group). For the HPV types which are linked to cancer, 35% of the high-alcohol group were positive, vs. only 23% of the low-alcohol group.

A third study published on HealthDay on Oct. 3, in the British Medical Journal Open, found that young men who drank more alcohol had lower sperm counts and higher risks of HPV. The high-alcohol group in this study was 35% more likely than the low-alcohol group to have a type of HPV related to cancer.

It is important for people with HPV to understand the health risks they face, and how smoking and drinking can increase those risks. The statistics from PositiveSingles.com are somewhat discouraging, and show there is a great need for educating people about the issue, and encouraging them to minimize their use of alcohol and tobacco.

About PositiveSingles

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s biggest online dating site specifically for people with HPV and other STDs. The site has been helping HPV singles to find romance for over 13 years. It is free to create an anonymous profile. Members find that the site provides a supportive community where they can get advice, find dates, and make new friends.







PositiveSingles.com Releases Statistics Showing that 27.75% of People Living with HPV Both Smoke and Drink


Los Angeles California (PRWEB) October 19, 2014

In light of a new study highlighted on Time.com that suggests that smokers tend to have higher prevalence of a certain type of HPV, PositiveSingles.com has released statistics that 27.75% of people living with HPV on its site both smoke and drink.

HPV (human papillomavirus) is a sexually transmitted disease which is common in the United States. HPV has been linked to certain types of cancer, and patients who also smoke or drink have an increased risk in this area. PositiveSingles.com has released new statistics that are discouraging as far as smoking and drinking among HPV patients.

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s largest online STD dating site, with over 800,000 active members. 11.28% of the members on PositiveSingles.com are living with HPV. Among the HPV sufferers, about 30.59% smoke, with 8.49% currently trying to quit smoking. Worse news is that of the HPV dating group, 88.81% drink, with 0.35% currently trying to stop. 27.75% of the people living with HPV both smoke and drink, with 0.15% wanting to quit both activities.

HPV can cause genital warts for both women and men, and it has been linked to greater risks of cancer. In women, HPV can increase the risk of vaginal, cervical, and anal cancer. For men, HPV is linked to anal, penile, and oropharyngeal (throat) cancer.

Smoking and drinking pose significant health risks to people with HPV. According to a Time article published on Oct. 7, a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that smokers have higher rates of HPV type 16, which causes over 90% of the HPV-related cases of throat cancer. The study’s co-author, Dr. D’Souza, said the results suggest that smoking tobacco could make it harder to clear these infections, giving the smoking group a greater risk of throat cancer.

Alcohol use has also been linked to increased HPV health risks. According to a study in the British Medical Journal, which was published on University Herald on Oct.4, men who drank more alcohol also tended to have higher rates of HPV (69% HPV in the high-alcohol group vs. 57% HPV in the low-alcohol group). For the HPV types which are linked to cancer, 35% of the high-alcohol group were positive, vs. only 23% of the low-alcohol group.

A third study published on HealthDay on Oct. 3, in the British Medical Journal Open, found that young men who drank more alcohol had lower sperm counts and higher risks of HPV. The high-alcohol group in this study was 35% more likely than the low-alcohol group to have a type of HPV related to cancer.

It is important for people with HPV to understand the health risks they face, and how smoking and drinking can increase those risks. The statistics from PositiveSingles.com are somewhat discouraging, and show there is a great need for educating people about the issue, and encouraging them to minimize their use of alcohol and tobacco.

About PositiveSingles

PositiveSingles.com is the world’s biggest online dating site specifically for people with HPV and other STDs. The site has been helping HPV singles to find romance for over 13 years. It is free to create an anonymous profile. Members find that the site provides a supportive community where they can get advice, find dates, and make new friends.