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Case study: fatal cardiac arrest after hospital neglected to treat high potassium levels

Our medical negligence solicitors represented a gentleman who had sadly lost his beloved wife at a South West hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest as a result of untreated raised...

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Case study: boundary and easement dispute between adjoining land

Our property litigation solicitors advised a land owner who believed the title plan of their land and the neighbouring land incorrectly showed the boundary between the plots. Incorrect boundary in...

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Case study: £38k settlement for shoulder injury after accident at work

Our personal injury solicitors recently advised Ms S after an accident at work left her with a painful shoulder injury. Ms S was knocked over after a heavy fire door...

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Case study: purchase of development land at auction

Commercial Property Associate, Daniel Lander, recently acted for a Bristol-based property developer in the purchase of development land at auction. The land, in east Bristol, was being auctioned by South...

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Case study: co-ownership property dispute

Our litigation solicitors recently advised on a claim over a share in property that was co-owned between friends. Our client’s friend alleged that our client (Ms J) signed over her...

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Case study: delayed meningitis diagnosis led to premature death

Our medical negligence solicitors advised the family of a woman who sadly died after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury after contracting meningitis. ‘Severe ear infection’ diagnosed by GP Mrs S...

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Case study: adoptive placement dispute between two local authorities

Child law Associate, Clare Cox, recently represented the mother of one of two siblings (A and B) whose future was being disputed between two local authorities after care proceedings concluded...

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Case study: Commercial Property team completes on 31 social housing units in Bristol

Our Commercial Property team recently completed on the sale of 31 social housing units on Lower Ashley Road, St Paul’s, Bristol. The site was sold by Prelon Housing Ltd on...

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Case study: Commercial team completes on two nursery sales

Our Corporate + Commercial lawyers advised the sellers of two South West nurseries in February 2021, with one completing in just 12 weeks. Corporate law Partner, Georgina Bryant, and Commercial...

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Case study: multi-million pound settlement for boy diagnosed with severe cerebral palsy

Our medical negligence solicitors advised a family after their child (C) was diagnosed with level 5 cerebral palsy as a baby, following a difficult delivery. Background Difficult delivery in hospital...

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Case study: contested hearing on deputyship in the Court of Protection

Our Court of Protection solicitors recently advised the family of Ms P after her Local Authority made an application for a professional deputy to manage her assets. Ms P felt...

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Case study: delayed diagnosis of haemochromatosis leading to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer

Our medical negligence solicitors acted on a fatal case involving the delayed diagnosis of haemochromatosis, which led to cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. Visits to GP with abdominal...

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