Travel accidents and illnesses

Southampton Legal Walk raises over £6,000

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We were extremely pleased to find out that the Southampton Legal Walk, which took place on the 9th May 2016 raised over £6,000. Our Associate Julia Prior, joined by three other Blake Morgan colleagues took part in the annual event, which aims to raise money to ensure that more local people have access to the support and advice they need. More …

Independent report published into the deaths of children on holiday in Corfu

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Today saw the publication of the independent review into the tragic deaths of Bobby and Christi Shepherd, aged just six and seven, when they died at the Louis Corcyra Beach Hotel, in Corfu, in October 2006. More …

Airline delays - Technical delay defence

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The latest case from Europe seems to confirm the law as we understood it in the event of a delay and further limit the 'extraordinary circumstance' defence for an airline. More …

Travel team are repeat finalists in prestigious award

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BL Claims Solicitors' specialist Travel team have been announced as finalists in the ITIJ 2015 Awards, in the Legal Services Provider category. More …

Lessons from tragic Thomas Cook deaths

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Head of our Travel team, Daniel Scognamiglio was recently interviewed by The Times in regard to the incredibly sad claim brought against Thomas Cook following the avoidable deaths of Bobby and Christi Shepherd. More …

Top travel tips for the Easter holiday season

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Easter is almost upon us with only a few days to go until many will head off for a long weekend or, better still, an extended holiday with family and friends. More …

Travel team finalists in prestigious international award

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BL Claims Solicitors' specialist Travel team are again finalists in the ITIJ 2014 Awards. More …

Norovirus: what are the options for hospitality premises?

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Norovirus was in the news again last week, when a suspected outbreak occurred at a caravan park in Devon affecting over 90 campers. According to reports, the River Dart Country Park took the decision to close the park, following discussions with Public Health England, and send some 700 guests home in order to carry out a deep clean. More …