Mr Chris Deacon handled my case expertly and with a practical, efficient and effective approach. I thoroughly commend him.
Showing articles created in October 2011, Show all
Thu 27th Oct 2011
There has been much discussion over the past few days about the fact that the Breast Cancer Screening programme in the UK is going to be reviewed. This is in light of concerns that have been raised by some individuals and scientists that the "risks" of breast cancer screening may outweigh the benefits.
Mon 24th Oct 2011
We act for a family of 4 making claims for illness suffered as a result of staying at the Coral Sea Resort in August 2011. It would appear that other holidaymakers suffered a similar fate whilst staying at the hotel during the same period.
Fri 21st Oct 2011
Our Real Estate Dispute Resolution and Personal Injury team examine a recent case in the Court of Appeal, the most striking implications of which relate to the Court's findings on harassment and particularly foreseeability.
Thu 20th Oct 2011
If you are lucky enough to escape the cold and travel abroad this half term, you may be caught up in the customary Halloween activities that will take place in most countries throughout the world.
Wed 19th Oct 2011
If you have suffered an accident or contracted an illness aboard a ship or boat that was not your fault, and was due to the negligence of another, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Mon 17th Oct 2011
I was shocked to read on Friday that some pregnancies are being terminated unnecessarily after an incorrect diagnosis of miscarriage.
The guidelines for this area are currently under review but BBC News states that doctors 'say there is too much room for error in ultrasound scans in the first six weeks, which wrongly label a small percentage of embryos as miscarried.'
Fri 14th Oct 2011
Two solicitors in Blake Lapthorn's Claims Abroad team welcomed students from Redbridge School on Friday 30 September.
Thu 13th Oct 2011
As we approach Firework night we will no doubt hear the ongoing discussions about firework safety. Many hold the view that fireworks are simply too dangerous to allow small garden displays, and only large commercial displays should be allowed. That would be a shame. We probably all have mixed memories of garden firework displays from our childhood. Many small organisations are put off by the urban myth of a 'compensation culture' or 'Health and Safety' and choose not to hold small displays which children and adults alike would love to attend.
Tue 4th Oct 2011
There have been two recent High Court decisions in Occupiers Liability cases where individuals have sustained catastrophic spinal injuries. The court in both of them has been reluctant to find the proposed Defendant at fault instead accepting that in both cases the injured party had voluntarily assumed a risk which had sadly led to their injuries.
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