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What compensation can I expect for medical negligence?

Date: 29 May 2024


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Date: 22 May 2024


A worker has an accident at work and has a finger amputated

How do I claim compensation for fingers amputated at work?

Finger amputations are one of the most common workplace accidents. If you're a victim, the injury can be life changing. Here's how to claim compensation.

Date: 28 June 2024 By:

Male patient with a broken leg walking with crutches

What compensation can I expect for medical negligence?

Sometimes, medical professionals or services fall short of what we have come to expect. Here's what you can expect if you're a victim.

Date: 29 May 2024 By:

An older couple write a will with the help of a solicitor

Soaring number of inheritance disputes in England and Wales

Increasing numbers of people are contesting their loved ones' wills. We look at the reasons why those left behind feel they have no choice when a loved one dies.

Date: 9 April 2024 By:

A Gas Safe heating engineer services a domestic boiler

What UK landlords need to know about boilers

If you're a UK residential landlord, you will have key responsibilities in relation to any boilers fitted in your properties. Read on to find out more.

Date: 11 September 2023 By:

An HR manager asks an employee how the business can support them while they navigate a divorce.

Should employers support employees going through a divorce?

As an employer, you might wonder why you should be concerned if an employee is going through a divorce. We explain why supporting employees benefits both the business and the employee.

Date: 8 September 2023 By:

A rat in a domestic kitchen

What UK landlords need to know about pest control

Pest infestations are a landlord's and tenant's worst nightmare, but who is responsible for arranging pest control?

Date: 11 July 2023 By:

Legal advice is sought on suing a business

How much does it cost to sue a business in the UK?

You might want or need to sue a business. Discover why you might need to take such action and how much it could cost.

Date: 11 May 2022 By:

Exhaust fumes from a car

Am I eligible to make a diesel emissions claim?

Approximately 11 million cars worldwide contained devices to 'cheat' emissions tests. If you owned one of these cars, you may be eligible to make a claim.

Date: 3 November 2021 By:

Picture of a truck and lorry crash on the motorway

Involved in an accident with an HGV or lorry

Thousands of road traffic accidents happen every day. If your accident involves an HGV or lorry, you need to understand your rights.

Date: 15 July 2020 By:

Two business owners meet with their lawyer to sign important contracts

The ethical responsibilities in lawyer/client relationships

When you appoint a lawyer, both parties have ethical responsibilities to ensure a strong lawyer-client relationship

Date: 18 March 2020 By:

A smiling man files paperwork to reflect his recent name change.

Is changing your name a complicated process?

In the UK, changing your name is pretty straightforward, and inexpensive too. Here are all the things to consider when filing to change your name.

Date: 2 March 2020 By:

A landlord handing over keys to happy tenants, after they sign the tenancy agreement and pay their deposit.

A landlord's guide to tenancy deposits

As a landlord, it's advisable to take a deposit from new tenants - but you must make sure you stay within the law. Your rights and responsibilities.

Date: 21 February 2019 By:

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