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Electric Scooters – The up and coming new...

Posted in Personal Injury on 23rd May 2022
Can you claim for personal injury if you are involved in an accident? Up until 2019 the use of e-scooters was not allowed, but then in the general election this began to change, and electric scooters were seen as one of the solutions for the congestion on the roads. Unfortunately, the pandemic has had a major impact on the introduction of e-scooters. The Government is looking into the use of e-scooters as a way for people to get to work whilst avoiding public transport. Rental trials have been introduced by the Government, and there are currently...

Do you need a medico legal expert?

Posted in Personal Injury on 22nd Apr 2022
Why is it important to instruct the correct medico legal expert? There are three main elements that the Claimant has to prove in Tort law to be successful in a claim for compensation. The three elements are as followed: Duty of care – Defendant must owe the Claimant a duty of care Breach of duty – The Defendant’s actions breached that duty Damages – The breach must cause the Claimant to suffer some actionable damage In addition to the above, the Claimant must prove there is a causal link between damaged caused and the Defendant’s actions i.e....

Do you know what a pre-nuptial agreement...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 24th Mar 2022
What is a pre-nuptial agreement? A pre-nuptial agreement is a legal document between couples that sets out what will happen to their finances and assets in the event that they divorce. A pre-nuptial agreement allows parties to reach an agreement before marrying about how they wish to divide their assets should the relationship break down in the future. If you are about to marry, it is beneficial to consider having a pre-nuptial agreement drawn up to show what you intend to happen to your money and property upon separation. Although discussing entering...
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