I would like to thank you for your efficient and kind service to me. It seems to have been a long hard battle, but we got there in the end.
Ms E. Steward
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Wed 19th Jun 2013
The Supreme Court (formerly the House of Lords) has ruled that UK soldiers fighting overseas were still within the UK's jurisdiction and therefore were entitled to a 'right to life' under article 2 the Human Rights Act 1998.
Thu 13th Jun 2013
The short answer is - usually not, but it is possible! Most people who start a claim for compensation after suffering personal injury do not even think about the possibility of having to attend court, and it is right that the vast majority of claimants do not have their day in court.
When does limitation start running in a claim for professional negligence against personal injury solicitors?
Mon 10th Jun 2013
This question was addressed by the Court of Appeal in the recent decision of Berney v Saul  EWCA Civ 640.
Wed 29th May 2013
Few are aware of the new costs rules for personal injury claims introduced on 1 April 2013. Our Personal Injury team provides an useful overview of those changes and how they will affect you.
What is a Solicitor and What is a barrister? : Interview with Rory Holmes, Barrister at Crown Office Chambers
Thu 9th May 2013
One of the questions that I am often asked by my clients' is why do we need to involve a barrister in progressing their personal injury claim and what the difference between myself, as a Solicitor and a Barrister is.
Can you act for clients that have Before the Event Insurance when you are not a panel Solicitors? If so, what rates are you entitled to be paid?
Fri 3rd May 2013
Guidance was given as to the two above questions in the appeal case of Brown Quinn and Anor v Equity Syndicate Management Limited and AnorCA(2012) in which judgment was handed down on the 12 December 2012.
Thu 2nd May 2013
When someone has been injured in an accident, whether at work, play, on the roads or otherwise, there is almost always a quantifiable financial loss over and above the pain and suffering caused by the injury itself in terms of the ability to carry on with day to day life. But when the injury suffered is not your fault, why should you suffer the financial consequences?
Mon 8th Apr 2013
The 10th of May saw the introduction of an EU Directive to prevent injuries to hospital and healthcare workers from sharp instruments. Member states have until the 11 May 2013 to ensure that this is implemented into national law. With this deadline fast approaching this article looks at what the current law is and who, how and what you can claim for if you have suffered a needle-stick injury.
Wed 3rd Apr 2013
As a soon to be Mum I have recently been pondering over what car seat to purchase for my baby.
Wed 3rd Apr 2013
There are over 1 million licensed motorcycles in the UK. For years people have ridden motorcycles for many different reasons such as: the sense of freedom it gives you; the enjoyment; a sense of style with the leathers; the saving in road tax and petrol; the convenience; and being able to jump all the traffic.
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