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Free Will Appointments and Home Visits

Not sure what you need to put in your Will? We are here to help Our experts are available to discuss what needs to be in your Will. Whether it be regarding your children, partners, property and/or finances. Book a Free appointment Unable to attend our Offices? Not a problem, we can come to you.…
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Child Arrangement Order and Visitation Rights

When a couple separate a Child Arrangement Order may be required to determine where the children will live following a dispute. Read more.

Accidents caused by uninsured and untraced drivers

The Motor Insurers’ Bureau is often able to compensate you in hit and run accidents or in accidents involving uninsured drivers.

CHRISTMAS PRESENT APPEAL – THE SALVATION ARMY

What is the Christmas present appeal? The Salvation Army’s Christmas present Appeal is requesting help by donating new, unwrapped toys and gifts for children who might not otherwise receive a Christmas present.  Suggested Gift List for Children and Young People We believe every child deserves a new gift at Christmas so we are unable to…
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Separating from your partner and how to get divorced

Find out more about separating from your partner and your divorce. We offer free initial consultations and provide advice tailored to your circumstances.

Product Liability Claims

Speak to our solicitors if you have been injured by a defective product. We can often handle a prospective claim on a no win no fee basis. Find out more.

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What is Medical Negligence?

Medical negligence occurs when a medical professional provides substandard care to a patient which causes direct harm or makes a pre-existing condition worse. There are a number of different ways this can occur whether that is through misdiagnosis, incorrect treatment or surgical mistakes.

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Breach of Contract – What Is It? And How to Enforce

This article will discuss Breach of contract, including; What is a contract? When is a contract legally binding? What is a breach of contract? and How to remedy a breach of contract What is a contract? A contract is a promise or an agreement between two or more parties. A party is a person or…
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Luton County Court Confirm – Check-in System Failure Not an Extraordinary Circumstance

Details of the case Mr John Bennion and his wife instructed us to recover compensation from the airline TUI. The amount of compensation claimed was to the sum of €250 per passenger. The reason Mr Bennion requested compensation was that their flight suffered a delay greater than 3 hours. The flight was to be operated…
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Reporting your accident at work and time limits for making a claim

Find out more about reporting your accident at work and the time limits for bringing a claim by reading our free guide. For more information about bringing a claim, speak to our experts today.