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How to contest a Non-Molestation Order

If someone has applied for a Non-Molestation Order (‘NMO’) against you and you disagree with the allegations made, it can be incredibly distressing. Although the courts take domestic abuse injunctions...

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Case Studies

Example case study: proprietary estoppel claim leads to dispute between siblings

The following case study is based on a matter that our contentious probate solicitors typically take on. Our contentious probate solicitors helped two brothers come to an agreement with their...

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Case study: £50,000 for pedestrian knocked over by car

Our road traffic accident solicitors helped a pedestrian claim compensation after she was knocked over by a car that mounted the pavement. Accident circumstances and injuries Our client, Ms J,...

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Case study: £120,000 for failure to diagnose a serious blood clot, resulting in amputation

Our medical negligence solicitors helped a woman claim compensation after hospital staff failed to diagnose a serious blood clot in her leg, resulting in an above-knee amputation. Pre-existing health issues...

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Case study: six-figure settlement for front-seat passenger in road traffic accident

Our personal injury solicitors helped a front-seat passenger who sustained physical and psychological injuries following a road traffic accident on the motorway. Accident circumstances and injuries sustained Our client, Mr...

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Birth injury claims: informed consent and the ‘professional practice test’

March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month; an initiative that aims to push for improvements in education, healthcare and the job market to increase opportunities for those living with cerebral palsy....

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Employment law changes coming up in 2024

There are numerous changes in employment law coming into force this year, with a focus on families and making the workplace fairer. As many of these changes are effective from...

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Statutory paternity leave: what’s changing?

Statutory paternity leave is offered to employees who are having a baby, adopting a child or having a baby via surrogacy. Currently, the baby’s father or the mother’s partner (the...

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What is contributory negligence?

If you have started to look into making a personal injury claim, you may have heard the term ‘contributory negligence’. This is an argument brought by the other side (the...

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Case Studies

Case study: £1.9m for child with erb’s palsy after a communication failure

Our specialist erb’s palsy solicitors recently supported a teenage girl in claiming compensation for an injury sustained during her birth. Pregnancy and delivery In early 2010, our client’s mother, MM,...

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How to end an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST)

If you are a landlord, it is important to know the correct regulations and procedures when it comes to evicting (or attempting to evict a tenant) from the start of...

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Birth and maternity culture in England 2024

Our expert solicitors at Barcan+Kirby analysed the results of the 2023 Maternity Survey, released on 9th February 2024. The data revealed some significant and often shocking findings regarding birth and...

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