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Barcan+Kirby celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

This week is National Apprenticeship Week; a week-long celebration to recognise the positive impact that apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses and the economy. We offer a range of legal and...

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The importance of early legal advice

When couples separate and/or are working out childcare arrangements, many go into the process with the best intentions of sorting things out themselves. However, even if things are amicable, most...

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Avoidable deaths? Programme investigates ‘inadequate’ maternity care at Gloucestershire Hospitals

A BBC Panorama programme that aired on Monday 29th January 2024 has highlighted severe failings in care at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Independent regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC),...

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Case Studies

Example case study: estate dispute after concealed assets revealed in Inheritance Act Claim

The following case study is based on a matter that our inheritance dispute solicitors typically take on. Our inheritance dispute solicitors helped a client resolve an estate dispute with his...

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Case study: £72,000 awarded in Legionnaires’ disease claim

Our industrial disease solicitors recently secured a £72,000 settlement for a client whose partner died following exposure to legionella bacteria whilst staying at a guest house. Background Our client, Ms...

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Case study: over £8,000 for employee who fractured wrist in warehouse fall

Our workplace accident solicitors recently helped a warehouse employee who slipped on a wet floor, causing a fracture to his wrist. Fall on wet floor Our client, Mr M, was...

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Case study: over £8,000 for runner injured on cracked pavement

Our personal injury solicitors recently helped a runner who sustained dental injuries after falling on a cracked pavement whilst she was out exercising. Fall on cracked pavement Our client, Ms...

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Changes to donor and surrogate rights: what you need to know

Surrogacy can be a great option for those who are unable to conceive a child themselves. However, the law around surrogacy and donor rights can seem complex, and changes to...

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Equal pay: can you claim against the same sex?

Thanks to wide media coverage and reporting requirements for larger companies, the gender pay gap has narrowed over the last decade. However, the gap is far from closing entirely and...

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Winter accidents: making a personal injury compensation claim

With the extreme weather that winter can bring, be that ice and snow or the storms we’ve experienced in recent weeks, everyday activities can become just that little bit extra...

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Secondary victims in medical negligence claims: a turning point

The Supreme Court has handed down a long-awaited judgment as to whether relatives can claim for psychiatric injury suffered as a result of their loved one being a primary victim...

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Case Studies

Case study: £31,000 for scaffolder electrocuted by overhead power cable

Our workplace injury solicitors helped a scaffolding apprentice to claim compensation after he was electrocuted and suffered a seizure whilst erecting scaffolding. Accident circumstances and injuries Our client, Mr B,...

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