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Case study: £650k for man who passed away from untreated sepsis following heart surgery

Our medical negligence solicitors acted for a widow whose husband died from untreated sepsis following a coronary arteriography. Hospital admission with atrial fibrillation Mr D (our client’s husband) underwent a...

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Maternity scandal report: ‘normal births’ and how care can change for the better

Today (30th March 2022), the final report into the maternity scandal at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) was published. It follows a five-year independent inquiry led by Donna...

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Should I leave my house to my children in my Will?

Your house is most likely your biggest asset and leaving your home to your children in your Will could help to secure their future. However, a substantial gift in a Will...

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Example case study: negotiating a Pension Sharing Order

The following case study is based on a matter that our divorce finance solicitors typically take on. Our divorce finance solicitors advised a client on the division of her husband’s...

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Spring Statement 2022: how it affects employment and housing

With increasing fuel prices and concerns over the rising cost of living, yesterday’s Spring Statement was highly anticipated by businesses and families alike. So what has Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of...

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£62k award after builders failed to complete work on time

Our dispute resolution solicitors recently advised a couple after a building company failed to carry out work they had been contracted to do. Builders failed to carry out contracted work...

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Case study: £10m compensation for child diagnosed with cerebral palsy due to avoidable brain damage

Our medical negligence solicitors helped claim compensation for a child who has cerebral palsy as a result of avoidable brain damage. Background: visit to GP for chest infection Our client,...

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Your guide to parallel parenting

Following separation and divorce, deciding on parental arrangements can be challenging and emotional. There is no ‘right’ answer when it comes to parenting post-separation and every family dynamic requires its...

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Care workers: can my employer make me have the Covid-19 vaccine?

From 15th March 2022, care workers will not be legally required to have the Covid-19 vaccine in order to be able to provide face-to-face care. This new guidance comes just...

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No-fault divorce: what you need to know

No-fault divorce is something our divorce solicitors have been eagerly awaiting since it was formally announced in June 2020. Over the last few months, various ‘teasers’ of legislation have been...

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Your guide to the First Homes scheme

Homes England recently published in-depth guidance on the First Homes scheme for buyers. In this blog, our new build conveyancing solicitors explain how the scheme works and who can apply...

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Case study: joint personal injury claim after accident on building site

AL and MD were working as bricklayers on a building site when they fell through a temporary floor and suffered significant injuries. Accident circumstances The Claimants were working on the...

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