Asons' £7 million office approved - creating up to 300 jobs

The Bolton News: An artist’s impression of the main part of the planned Asons’ headquarters An artist’s impression of the main part of the planned Asons’ headquarters

A LAW firm’s plans to create a new “gateway into Bolton” have been given resounding approval from councillors.

Proposals by Asons Solicitors for a £7 million office at the site of the former Bolton College building in Clarence Street — creating up to 300 jobs — were given the go-ahead at yesterday’s planning committee.

The luxury five-storey development will include offices, a restaurant, meeting rooms for networking and corporate events, a rooftop garden and a huge screen visible from the A666 St Peter’s Way.

Bolton Council leader, Cllr Cliff Morris, commended the “spectacular” development, adding that he hoped it would be a catalyst for the regeneration of that part of the town centre.

He said: It’s good for the town, it’s regeneration at its best and I look forward to it being built.”

Deputy leader Cllr Linda Thomas added that the siting of the new building would improve the whole image of Bolton.

She said: “I know this is an up and coming firm and I’m quite happy to lose it from my ward because it’s going to be able to employ even more staff.

“I think it’s going to make a big difference to Bolton.”

The new development, off Topp Way, is just yards from founder brothers Kamran and Imran Akram’s first home, after their father Mohammed moved with his family from Pakistan to Bolton in 1972 to work in Wolfenden Mill.

The law firm, which specialises in personal injury claims, is currently the biggest employer in Bolton town centre, with more than 200 staff working at its current Bark Street offices.

The work is expected to be completed by 2015, and Asons said it wants 70 per cent of the workforce to be sourced locally.

Asons has also agreed to spend £75,000 to improving the area around St George’s Street and Bridge Street, and security measures on the St Peter’s Way underpass.

The council will now look at the application to secure the final legal agreements before work can officially start.

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11:22am Fri 4 Apr 14

Wolfie190 says...

Yes I think that building is ugly enough for Bolton.
Yes I think that building is ugly enough for Bolton. Wolfie190
  • Score: -2

11:37am Fri 4 Apr 14

Our streets says...

What an idiotic comment!!
What an idiotic comment!! Our streets
  • Score: 2

11:48am Fri 4 Apr 14

stereo_world says...

Looks rather nice. That area of Bolton really needs brightening up and that looks better than a housing estate!
Looks rather nice. That area of Bolton really needs brightening up and that looks better than a housing estate! stereo_world
  • Score: -17

12:39pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Tel30 says...

The fruits of the Compensation Culture
The fruits of the Compensation Culture Tel30
  • Score: 21

2:18pm Fri 4 Apr 14

bluebusman says...

huge money made from false claims pays for law office ????/, and how can they pass a huge building on the traffic lights of a busy bypass junction which has a huge screen visible to traffic surely this will lead to further accidents of which employees of the company will run out with a form to fill in on the spot , good idea bolton council once again on passing this
huge money made from false claims pays for law office ????/, and how can they pass a huge building on the traffic lights of a busy bypass junction which has a huge screen visible to traffic surely this will lead to further accidents of which employees of the company will run out with a form to fill in on the spot , good idea bolton council once again on passing this bluebusman
  • Score: 13

3:21pm Fri 4 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!!

Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!!
Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!! Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -51

8:22pm Fri 4 Apr 14

waterbottle says...

Wolfie190 wrote:
Yes I think that building is ugly enough for Bolton.
Wolfie why don't you get out of your council house and do something to create a better Bolton
[quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Yes I think that building is ugly enough for Bolton.[/p][/quote]Wolfie why don't you get out of your council house and do something to create a better Bolton waterbottle
  • Score: 0

9:20pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Jackael says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!!

Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!!
What about the millions that will be falsely claimed / who's pocket do you think that will come out of, stand back and look at the bigger picture, these people are no better than the actual scammers.
And why are you so happy about it ? you after a job with them ??
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!! Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!![/p][/quote]What about the millions that will be falsely claimed / who's pocket do you think that will come out of, stand back and look at the bigger picture, these people are no better than the actual scammers. And why are you so happy about it ? you after a job with them ?? Jackael
  • Score: 9

8:23am Sat 5 Apr 14

Wolfie190 says...

Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ? Wolfie190
  • Score: 12

9:42am Sat 5 Apr 14

DC Ferret says...

Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
[quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin DC Ferret
  • Score: -9

2:08pm Sat 5 Apr 14

wsw69 says...

DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
[quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil. wsw69
  • Score: 16

2:20pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Jackael wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!!

Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!!
What about the millions that will be falsely claimed / who's pocket do you think that will come out of, stand back and look at the bigger picture, these people are no better than the actual scammers.
And why are you so happy about it ? you after a job with them ??
Well people drove within the law and employers looked after the safe by following the health and safety then solicitors like these wouldn't exist but they would be doing other legal work such as conveyancing!!!

But as people like breaking the law and create accidents then they are there and there they will stay!!!

How many false insurance claims are made each year, which bump up the premiums? How many false injuries claims are made to get benefits and not to work? How many times a year do people take sickies from work?

I am happy bout it because it means they will be providing work for 300 people that firstly come from their own coffers, secondly it si 300 off the unemployment list which means that 300*72.40 (which is £21,720) is being saved each week (£1,129,440/annum) and helping to reduce the national debt and also means the country can borrow less!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Jackael[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Dies it matter if it has come from compensation culture f it is creating 300 jobs - as that means your taxes are not going towards those 300 who will come off the jobseekers allowance and won't have to claim benefits thus helping to reduce the national debt!!! Good on Asons and Council for this building and creating jobs and for reducing the number of people unemployed and claiming benefits!!![/p][/quote]What about the millions that will be falsely claimed / who's pocket do you think that will come out of, stand back and look at the bigger picture, these people are no better than the actual scammers. And why are you so happy about it ? you after a job with them ??[/p][/quote]Well people drove within the law and employers looked after the safe by following the health and safety then solicitors like these wouldn't exist but they would be doing other legal work such as conveyancing!!! But as people like breaking the law and create accidents then they are there and there they will stay!!! How many false insurance claims are made each year, which bump up the premiums? How many false injuries claims are made to get benefits and not to work? How many times a year do people take sickies from work? I am happy bout it because it means they will be providing work for 300 people that firstly come from their own coffers, secondly it si 300 off the unemployment list which means that 300*72.40 (which is £21,720) is being saved each week (£1,129,440/annum) and helping to reduce the national debt and also means the country can borrow less!!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -10

2:23pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

It is also helping to regenerate a part of the borough which is currently badly run-down, they are helping the construction industry as they are spending millions and this new building and as such all in all it is creating wages in which people can spend locally which will also help to balance the Council coffers (once these current imbecilic councillors have left) and possibly lead to a freeze or even a reduction in the council tax!!!
It is also helping to regenerate a part of the borough which is currently badly run-down, they are helping the construction industry as they are spending millions and this new building and as such all in all it is creating wages in which people can spend locally which will also help to balance the Council coffers (once these current imbecilic councillors have left) and possibly lead to a freeze or even a reduction in the council tax!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -11

2:29pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

wsw69 wrote:
DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!!

there would be mayhem.

Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc

As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities.

Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"
[quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.[/p][/quote]I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!! there would be mayhem. Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities. Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!" The Righteous One
  • Score: -11

5:00pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Wolfie190 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!!

there would be mayhem.

Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc

As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities.

Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"
This is a glorified accident management company that probably grew out of one of those in Daubhill and Deane in other words they arrange the bloody accidents, supply the extortionately high priced hire cars and even run the garages that repair the cars.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.[/p][/quote]I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!! there would be mayhem. Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities. Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"[/p][/quote]This is a glorified accident management company that probably grew out of one of those in Daubhill and Deane in other words they arrange the bloody accidents, supply the extortionately high priced hire cars and even run the garages that repair the cars. Wolfie190
  • Score: 7

7:44pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Jackael says...

The Righteous One wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!!

there would be mayhem.

Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc

As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities.

Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"
Would'nt it be funny if you got scammed whilst driving along perfectly legally and ended up on the wrong side of what these people do.
You are living in cloud cuckoo land, do us a favour and lose yourself !!
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.[/p][/quote]I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!! there would be mayhem. Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities. Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"[/p][/quote]Would'nt it be funny if you got scammed whilst driving along perfectly legally and ended up on the wrong side of what these people do. You are living in cloud cuckoo land, do us a favour and lose yourself !! Jackael
  • Score: 6

9:06pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Wolfie190 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!!

there would be mayhem.

Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc

As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities.

Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"
This is a glorified accident management company that probably grew out of one of those in Daubhill and Deane in other words they arrange the bloody accidents, supply the extortionately high priced hire cars and even run the garages that repair the cars.
That is a very strong allegation that you have put in print.

Could you imagine standing in court trying defend what you have said in that post - that is probably what could happen if they ever read it and want to take it forward.

Anyway aren't ALL businesses born out of not-so-kosher activities? You name one example of a business that has not grown from fleecing someone!
[quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.[/p][/quote]I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!! there would be mayhem. Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities. Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"[/p][/quote]This is a glorified accident management company that probably grew out of one of those in Daubhill and Deane in other words they arrange the bloody accidents, supply the extortionately high priced hire cars and even run the garages that repair the cars.[/p][/quote]That is a very strong allegation that you have put in print. Could you imagine standing in court trying defend what you have said in that post - that is probably what could happen if they ever read it and want to take it forward. Anyway aren't ALL businesses born out of not-so-kosher activities? You name one example of a business that has not grown from fleecing someone! The Righteous One
  • Score: -28

9:10pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Jackael wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
DC Ferret wrote:
Wolfie190 wrote:
Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?
you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin
Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks.

Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes.

People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel!

They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor.

And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.
I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!!

there would be mayhem.

Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc

As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities.

Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"
Would'nt it be funny if you got scammed whilst driving along perfectly legally and ended up on the wrong side of what these people do.
You are living in cloud cuckoo land, do us a favour and lose yourself !!
Cloud cuckoo land?

Or is it that I know what to do in certain circumstances and always prepared for the worst!

In fact it has been tried against me, but I won because I knew how to handle the situation. A driver, with a passenger, did come into the back of me and did almost take me to court - it was only 3 days away from the court case itself when they backed down because of the evidence I had to show that they were in the wrong and not me!!!

But as I say if it wasn't for people breaking the laws and regulations then there wouldn't be the need for solicitors or even laws!!! When you have an accident and report it to the insurance company what do they do/ Yep they contact the exact same solicitors to work for you/insurance company!!! Now if t wasn't for them then you wouldn't be protected!!!
[quote][p][bold]Jackael[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DC Ferret[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: Can I book an accident please for 5.30 next Friday at the roundabout under Jct 5 M61and could you supply four pakistanis in a scruffy old car, if that slots taken when's the next available slot please ?[/p][/quote]you sir are an imbecilic bumpkin[/p][/quote]Another business built up from the sheer greed of claim culture and greedy people out for a quick buck. And yet again, who do we have to thank for the claim culture? The pathetic Yanks. Everyone is paying through the nose, and firms like this palm themselves off as supplying an 'essential service'. They are no better than the criminals and fraudsters carrying out the crimes. People are their own worst enemy. When the first opportunity of sniffing some 'compen' arises, they are out of the stalls faaster than 5H1te off a highly polished chrome shovel! They are most likely to be the first to whine and whinge about the cost of their insurances skyrocketing, and are too thick to realise they are lining the pockets of legalised, smiling, suited and booted greedy moral less scum with a title of solicitor. And to adult utter insult to injury we have Boltons number one, the clueless, thicko halfwit piping up - Cliff 'the stiff' Morris. Mr Morris, you make my p 1 5 s boil.[/p][/quote]I know lets get rid of the all the soliciots in this counry and lets see what happens then!!! there would be mayhem. Pure and simple fact is if people and companies did NOT break the law then there would be no need for these specialised solicitors! But reality is people do break the law - how many go through red lights, how many turn at lights without indicating, how many break the speed limits, how many are using their mobile phones, how many are arguing whilst driving etc etc etc and then companies and councils - how many don't repair potholes when required, how many cut corners with health and safety, etc etc etc As I say is people didn't break the law then there would be no need for solicitors but because people do then they are required and whilst they are required they provide job opportunities. Next time you have an accident and its not your fault, just remember what you have written here and I hope you follow your own ideology and not just a case of "do as I say and not as I do!"[/p][/quote]Would'nt it be funny if you got scammed whilst driving along perfectly legally and ended up on the wrong side of what these people do. You are living in cloud cuckoo land, do us a favour and lose yourself !![/p][/quote]Cloud cuckoo land? Or is it that I know what to do in certain circumstances and always prepared for the worst! In fact it has been tried against me, but I won because I knew how to handle the situation. A driver, with a passenger, did come into the back of me and did almost take me to court - it was only 3 days away from the court case itself when they backed down because of the evidence I had to show that they were in the wrong and not me!!! But as I say if it wasn't for people breaking the laws and regulations then there wouldn't be the need for solicitors or even laws!!! When you have an accident and report it to the insurance company what do they do/ Yep they contact the exact same solicitors to work for you/insurance company!!! Now if t wasn't for them then you wouldn't be protected!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -31

9:17pm Sat 5 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

A question to Jackael and Wolfie190

If Asons didn't exist would you still be prepared to help pay the jobseekers allowance for the 300 jobs, which this expansion is creating, which means it is over £1million a year?

If not they why are you not happy that you taxes will no longer be used to give to the unemployed and helping to reduce the unemployment figure which actually rose, with the last official figures, in Bolton?
A question to Jackael and Wolfie190 If Asons didn't exist would you still be prepared to help pay the jobseekers allowance for the 300 jobs, which this expansion is creating, which means it is over £1million a year? If not they why are you not happy that you taxes will no longer be used to give to the unemployed and helping to reduce the unemployment figure which actually rose, with the last official figures, in Bolton? The Righteous One
  • Score: -45

9:30pm Sat 5 Apr 14

Jackael says...

These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well..
These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well.. Jackael
  • Score: 5

12:05am Sun 6 Apr 14

united99 says...

Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect.
Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom
Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect. Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom united99
  • Score: -1

12:22pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Wolfie190 says...

united99 wrote:
Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect.
Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom
Ive seen pakistanis doing their scams driving up and down my road jamming their brakes on in front of innocent people often women outside my house so I reported them to the police. A warning to anybody reading this if you see a gang of immigrants driving slowly way under the speed limit for the road DONT be tempted to drive up close to them to speed them up a bit thats what they want you to do and they have four witnesses against your word. This country is turning third world.
[quote][p][bold]united99[/bold] wrote: Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect. Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom[/p][/quote]Ive seen pakistanis doing their scams driving up and down my road jamming their brakes on in front of innocent people often women outside my house so I reported them to the police. A warning to anybody reading this if you see a gang of immigrants driving slowly way under the speed limit for the road DONT be tempted to drive up close to them to speed them up a bit thats what they want you to do and they have four witnesses against your word. This country is turning third world. Wolfie190
  • Score: -2

11:34pm Sun 6 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Wolfie190 wrote:
united99 wrote:
Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect.
Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom
Ive seen pakistanis doing their scams driving up and down my road jamming their brakes on in front of innocent people often women outside my house so I reported them to the police. A warning to anybody reading this if you see a gang of immigrants driving slowly way under the speed limit for the road DONT be tempted to drive up close to them to speed them up a bit thats what they want you to do and they have four witnesses against your word. This country is turning third world.
Simple activity is make sure you have your phone on your dashboard and film it all!!!! Also take photo's/videos of them as soon as the accident has happened then you have proof of their so-called lies!!

Or even better make sure you have a passenger - doesn't matter if its a family relative, as then they can be a witness to it all!!

But above all common sense will prevail - they prey on people breaking the law, so sticking to the law will stop them!!! Simple as that!
[quote][p][bold]Wolfie190[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]united99[/bold] wrote: Good on you asons - local lads putting money back in to Bolton respect. Wolfe 190 next time you are driving and you see 4 scruffy Pakistanis in the car ( as you previously put it ) in front just hope you don't go into the back of them because I for one won't show any concern for you mate ......ps il recover your car but leave you there boom boom[/p][/quote]Ive seen pakistanis doing their scams driving up and down my road jamming their brakes on in front of innocent people often women outside my house so I reported them to the police. A warning to anybody reading this if you see a gang of immigrants driving slowly way under the speed limit for the road DONT be tempted to drive up close to them to speed them up a bit thats what they want you to do and they have four witnesses against your word. This country is turning third world.[/p][/quote]Simple activity is make sure you have your phone on your dashboard and film it all!!!! Also take photo's/videos of them as soon as the accident has happened then you have proof of their so-called lies!! Or even better make sure you have a passenger - doesn't matter if its a family relative, as then they can be a witness to it all!! But above all common sense will prevail - they prey on people breaking the law, so sticking to the law will stop them!!! Simple as that! The Righteous One
  • Score: -7

11:43pm Sun 6 Apr 14

The Righteous One says...

Jackael wrote:
These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well..
Jackael,

It seems that you have no support for the unemployed, or for a local business!

Can you not support a local business that provides jobs?

OK, as you don't want the solicitors around whatsoever, how do you feel about 300people not coming off the unemployment list, taking your hard earned money to live on and more than that how about adding another 300-500 people to that list because you don't like the industry! Are you willingly going to give between 600 and 800 people, personally, their jobseekers allowance because of your dislike for the company? (that would be between £2,190,20 and £2,920,320 a year - £70.20/week is the current rate of jobseekers allowance)

As for my credibility - I don't care how people view me - I say the truth and praise the good rather than being negative and rather personally insulting, like you! Also have you noticed you are alone now because your friends have been banned due to their continued abuse of the websites rules and regulations!
[quote][p][bold]Jackael[/bold] wrote: These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well..[/p][/quote]Jackael, It seems that you have no support for the unemployed, or for a local business! Can you not support a local business that provides jobs? OK, as you don't want the solicitors around whatsoever, how do you feel about 300people not coming off the unemployment list, taking your hard earned money to live on and more than that how about adding another 300-500 people to that list because you don't like the industry! Are you willingly going to give between 600 and 800 people, personally, their jobseekers allowance because of your dislike for the company? (that would be between £2,190,20 and £2,920,320 a year - £70.20/week is the current rate of jobseekers allowance) As for my credibility - I don't care how people view me - I say the truth and praise the good rather than being negative and rather personally insulting, like you! Also have you noticed you are alone now because your friends have been banned due to their continued abuse of the websites rules and regulations! The Righteous One
  • Score: -7

7:49pm Thu 10 Apr 14

George X. says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Jackael wrote:
These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well..
Jackael,

It seems that you have no support for the unemployed, or for a local business!

Can you not support a local business that provides jobs?

OK, as you don't want the solicitors around whatsoever, how do you feel about 300people not coming off the unemployment list, taking your hard earned money to live on and more than that how about adding another 300-500 people to that list because you don't like the industry! Are you willingly going to give between 600 and 800 people, personally, their jobseekers allowance because of your dislike for the company? (that would be between £2,190,20 and £2,920,320 a year - £70.20/week is the current rate of jobseekers allowance)

As for my credibility - I don't care how people view me - I say the truth and praise the good rather than being negative and rather personally insulting, like you! Also have you noticed you are alone now because your friends have been banned due to their continued abuse of the websites rules and regulations!
Or maybe it's because people dont read anything by you anymore !!!
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jackael[/bold] wrote: These type of businesses just undermine legitimate businesses , if anybody is deluded enough to think this is good for the town then so be it but as for you BWFC71, you have no credibility whatsoever, that goes for your other half dozen usernames as well..[/p][/quote]Jackael, It seems that you have no support for the unemployed, or for a local business! Can you not support a local business that provides jobs? OK, as you don't want the solicitors around whatsoever, how do you feel about 300people not coming off the unemployment list, taking your hard earned money to live on and more than that how about adding another 300-500 people to that list because you don't like the industry! Are you willingly going to give between 600 and 800 people, personally, their jobseekers allowance because of your dislike for the company? (that would be between £2,190,20 and £2,920,320 a year - £70.20/week is the current rate of jobseekers allowance) As for my credibility - I don't care how people view me - I say the truth and praise the good rather than being negative and rather personally insulting, like you! Also have you noticed you are alone now because your friends have been banned due to their continued abuse of the websites rules and regulations![/p][/quote]Or maybe it's because people dont read anything by you anymore !!! George X.
  • Score: 3

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