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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.

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Defective Goods and 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.

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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 | Check-in System Failure is NOT an Extraordinary Circumstance

Luton County Court confirm that check-in system failure is NOT an extraordinary circumstance viable as a defence to a flight delay claim under EC261/2004.

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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.

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Mis-Sold Solar Panels

When have you been Mis-sold Solar panels? With the boom in the push for green alternatives for energy over the past ten years. Solar Energy has been at the forefront of the renewable energy sector. Unfortunately, with the market being new, the regulations surrounding the selling of these products have been lack lustred. This has…
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More than a million UK workers denied legal holiday pay

Workers in Britain do not receive holiday pay they are entitled to by law. This is according to analysis from the Resolution Foundation. Find out more.

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Whiplash Reforms due April 2020: How will your claim be affected?

As part of a whiplash reform programme, the government is going to make changes to the small claims track for Road Traffic Accidents (RTA). Find out more.