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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 everyone in their time of need. It’s one of our proudest achievements, not just from a...

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Case study: nerve damage following inguinal hernia repair

Our medical negligence solicitors acted on a case involving a client who suffered ilio-inguinal nerve damage after undergoing surgery for an inguinal hernia repair. Diagnosis of an inguinal hernia In...

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Our commercial law services for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club

Barcan+Kirby became Gloucestershire County Cricket Club’s (GCCC) official 150th anniversary partner in January 2020. It was not only exciting for the firm to establish a connection with a business in...

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What happens to pets in a divorce?

It’s estimated that about 50% of the UK population own a pet, and with almost half of marriages ending in divorce, the issue of ‘who gets to keep the dog’...

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Court of Appeal rules that employer is not liable for injuries caused by practical joke

In a 2020 case, Chell v Tarmac Cement and Lime Ltd, the Court of Appeal supported the County Court’s decision that an employer was not liable for the injury caused...

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Case study: £37k for woman who died after developing sepsis from untreated pressure sores

Our medical negligence solicitors helped a family to claim compensation after a woman died from sepsis which she developed as a result of untreated pressure sores. Background: admission to hospital...

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Corporate + Commercial team completes 7 deals in 7 weeks

The end of 2021 has seen a flurry of activity for our Corporate + Commercial team, with seven deals completing in seven weeks. The deals include: The sale of a...

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Case study: £36k settlement for front-seat passenger injured in car accident

Our personal injury solicitors helped a young man who was an injured passenger in a serious car accident. Our client, Mr E, was being driven to a Halloween party by...

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Action against climate change: is it a protected characteristic?

Climate change has dominated our newspapers, news sites and social media feeds in recent years. From emotional pleas from David Attenborough to Extinction Rebellion protests blocking our motorways and COP26,...

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The importance of a correctly drafted witness statement

The President of the Family Division recently issued updated guidance on how witness statements should be prepared for use in family courts. Sir Andrew McFarlane said clear instructions were needed...

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Defending an Inheritance Act 1975 claim could now become troublesome for Defendants

Following Hirachand v Hirachand (2020), bringing an estate dispute claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 may be easier for Claimants, but will no doubt carry...

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Case study: compensation for cyclist after accident without lights

Our expert cycling accident solicitors advised a man who was involved in a road traffic accident with a car at a junction. Mr W was cycling up a road on...

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