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The Birth Trauma Inquiry: a further demand for safer maternity care

Today (13th May 2024), the country’s first parliamentary inquiry into birth trauma has been released. The headline? Good maternity care ‘is the exception rather than the rule’. Here, medical negligence...

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Case Studies

Example case study: sibling dispute over late mother’s invalid Will

The following case study is based on a matter that our inheritance dispute solicitors typically take on. Our inheritance dispute solicitors acted for an individual, Lisa, when a dispute arose...

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Case study: £6 million for man who suffered hearing loss after a delayed meningitis diagnosis

Our medical negligence solicitors helped a young man claim compensation after he suffered hearing loss as the result of a delay in diagnosing meningitis when he was a baby. Multiple...

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Case study: over £2 million for man with life-changing brain injury after being hit by a speeding car

Our specialist brain injury solicitors helped a man claim compensation after suffering a severe brain injury in a road traffic collision. Our client lacked mental capacity because of his brain...

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Case study: £10,000 for airport baggage handler who suffered repetitive strain injury to his shoulder

Our workplace injury solicitors recently acted for an airport baggage handler who tore his shoulder after his employer failed to comply with the Manual Handling Regulations 1992, including a failure...

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Can I get divorced in the UK if I live abroad?

If your marriage has broken down, you may be looking to formally and legally end it to enable you to move on. The divorce process is now slightly more straightforward...

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Case study: over £79,000 awarded to landlord for tenant’s rent arrears and fraudulent documents

Our property litigation solicitors recently helped a landlord to seek possession of a commercial property they owned after the tenant failed to pay their rent on time and sub-let the...

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Case study: £32,500 compensation for pedestrian injured by dangerous driver

Our road traffic accident solicitors recently acted for a pedestrian who sustained serious injuries after a car mounted the pavement and hit them. Accident circumstances On the day of the...

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What is coercive control?

Many people presume that domestic abuse is physical. Whilst that can be true, it can also be psychological, emotional or behavioural. Coercive control is a form of domestic abuse whereby...

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The dangers of electric cars

Electric cars seem like a simple way to make a difference in an increasingly environmentally conscious world. In fact, in 2023, more than 452,000 electric cars were registered: up 41%...

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Parental conflict vs domestic abuse: what’s the difference?

It can be difficult to spot the difference between parental conflict and domestic abuse. Disagreements in relationships can be normal and are usually nothing to worry about when they are...

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What is a settlement agreement?

Settlement agreements are commonly used to settle a workplace dispute on agreed terms. It is often where there is a redundancy situation or when the employee and employer feel it’s...

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