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Secondary victims of personal injury and medical negligence

A senior judge has recently given judgment at an appeal hearing in a personal injury case concerning the issue of secondary victims. Secondary victim refers to someone who witnesses a...

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Firm News

Firm appoints Tom Powles as Partner

We’re pleased to announce that Tom Powles of the family law team has been promoted to Partner. Tom joined the firm in 2011 and has played a vital role in...

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Why mediate? The benefits of family mediation

The use of mediation to resolve family disputes is already on the rise. However, many anticipate that recent changes to the legal aid system will only increase its appeal as...

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Firm provides free legal advice to community initiative

As a regional firm, the community within which we operate is integral to the way in which we do business. So we’re pleased to announce that we’re supporting Bedminster’s BID...

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Controversial restrictions for RTA victims with low-value claims

As a result of Friday’s judgement in the Administrative Court, many people injured in road traffic accidents may no longer be able to obtain independent legal representation to claim compensation...

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Case Studies

Case study: compensation settlement for injured cyclist

As a nation, we’re increasingly recognising the benefits that cycling can bring for both work and leisure. However, as personal injury lawyers, we’re also very aware of how vulnerable cyclists...

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Firm News

Firm announces 2013 charities of the year

We’re proud to announce that we’re supporting One25 and The Julian Trust Night Shelter as our 2013 charities of the year. As the only organisation in Bristol to support street...

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Changes to legal aid for victims of domestic violence

The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Bill became law in May 2012 and reforms were introduced in April 2013. The act makes some changes that have implications...

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Is it ethical to sue the NHS?

The NHS was created from the ideal that good healthcare should be available to all at their point of need. It’s one of our proudest achievements, not just from a...

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A “top-notch Bristol firm” according to Chambers UK 2013

Barcan Woodward’s clinical negligence team has been highly ranked as a leading department by Chambers and Partners UK 2013, an independent guide to the UK legal profession. We are also...

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Firm highly ranked by Chambers UK 2013

We’re delighted to announce that Chambers UK 2013, an independent guide to the UK legal profession, has ranked the firm highly in two specialist practice areas. We are also pleased...

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Firm makes new Associate appointments

Barcan+Kirby is delighted to announce a number of senior internal appointments to Associate status. Myfanwy Buckeridge and Adrian Stone have been promoted from Senior Solicitor to Associate, with both now taking...

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