Stocking stuffer for the saxophone player

saxophone (free clip art)

saxophone (free clip art)

I have been wracking my brain the past few days for the perfect stocking stuffer to get Uncle Stanley for Christmas. Every year our family exchanges names for buying little stocking stuffer type gifts for each other, and this year I was given Uncle Stanley’s name. Knowing that we will see him on Christmas Day, for the big party, puts extra pressure on me. Then I remembered that all of the musicians in the family pull out their instruments and jam for a couple of hours during the party, and I got a great idea! Uncle Stanley plays the tenor saxophone! I’m going to buy some saxophone reeds online and give those to him for Christmas! I’m sure he would use, and appreciate those a lot more than some silly gag gift, or another tie!

Tomorrow is Turkey day

Turkey fun

Turkey fun

Today I will be cooking and roasting and baking most of the day to get ready for tomorrow’s big family Thanksgiving meal! I like to cook as much as possible the day before a big event. That helps to minimize the stress and pressure of the actual day. If something goes terribly wrong, I at least have an entire day to deal with it and fix things!

Happy Thanksgiving Folks!! :)

Twizzlers

Twizzlers (free clip art)

Twizzlers (free clip art)

One of my favorite candies for all these years is strawberry Twizzlers. I used to buy it at the coner drug store for a quarter. It came in a cellophane pouch with two rows of short red twisted sticks. Back in those days it came in strawberry and licorice. I don’t think licorice is in favor with this generation’s children. It isn’t around the candy aisles that I see, except for the ocassional box of Good and Plenty.

How Do I Complain About My Solicitor

Few people know that if they are discontented with the service of a solicitor or feel that they have received poor or substandard service or suffered some kind of loss due to the negligence of a solicitor they can file a complaint against the solicitor. This is when the question “How do I complain about my solicitor?” is raised.

SOS Claims specialises in assisting people who have had a bad experience with their solicitor and need professional impartial advice to remedy the situation. Not only will clients be assisted with a complaint about the solicitor, but also receive help with pursuing a claim against the solicitor.

This in  regards to their unprofessional conduct, negligence, or with the help of the court have the cost of the service placed under review. This is also applicable where unreasonable deductions were made from any type of compensation that is due to the client.

Reasons to Complain About My Solicitor

One can complain about a solicitor regarding unprofessional conduct or negligence in just about any area of law. The most common areas of law where clients complain and complain about their solicitors are:

  • Solicitors negligence in medical and clinical negligence
  • Residential conveyancing solicitors negligence
  • Commercial property solicitors negligence
  • Personal injury solicitors negligence
  • Employment solicitors negligence
  • Commercial litigation solicitors negligence
  • Divorce solicitors negligence
  • Will preparation solicitors negligence

It is important to note that the first step should always be to raise disgruntlement with the solicitor in question in writing stating all the facts and concerns. The obvious route would be to act upon the reply received from the solicitor. If it seems that a dead end is reached, the question of how do I complain about my solicitor arises. One can step over to the next step. Before a new solicitor is appointed to assist in the matter it is important to be able to provide all documents and proof of complaint and alternative communication.

Although not two negligence claims against a solicitor is ever the same, there are some scenarios that are typical complaints and are received on a regular basis. These are when a solicitor:

  • Under settled a personal injury claim
  • Has failed to serve notice on behalf of a client by a given deadline
  • Missed the limitation date of a legal proceeding
  • Caused the claim of a client to be thrown out by the court
  • Failed to administer a deceased estate suitably
  • Failed to draft a will appropriately
  • Made an miscalculation or mistake in drafting a lease
  • Failed to detect a shortcoming in the title to a client’s property
  • Sued the wrong party
  • Neglected to advise a client about the planning permission and building regulations of a new building or building improvements to an existing property.

The Next Step

In the instance where a client has suffered some form of financial or material lost due to the negligence of a solicitor, SOS Claims will gladly start to assess the facts of a case and take it over.

Before anyone needs to ask how do I complain about my solicitor, the friendly personnel of SOS Claims will be ready with the first step and effective, friendly, professional, and speedy advice.