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How quick can I get a divorce?

Posted in Family & Divorce on 13th Jan 2021
How long does it take to file for divorce? To end your marriage in England and Wales you must have been married for at least 12 months before filing for divorce and entering into divorce proceedings. A divorce where both parties are in agreement to the divorce and the reasons why, would typically take between four to six months before the coronavirus pandemic, now the times vary slightly. Sometimes, it might take you longer if you are unable to sort out any issues relating to money, property or children. Sorting out your money and property is dealt...

Inviting a Solicitor Negligence Claim

Posted in Professional Negligence on 24th Mar 2020
Solicitors, Barristers and Chartered Legal Executives are often referred to as legal advisors and there is a good reason for that, beyond convenient shorthand. The job of a lawyer is to advise their client on the law and their options and take instructions from the client. Except in very specific circumstances, such as when the lawyer is acting on a no-win, no-fee agreement and so is putting their own money at risk, it is not the lawyer’s job to decide what is best for their client. Example of Solicitor Negligence: Solicitor acting against client...

Heart Attack Misdiagnosis a Deadly Mistake

Posted in Medical Negligence on 20th Mar 2020
Why is Heart Attack Misdiagnosis a Deadly Mistake? Urgent Heart Attack Treatment Can Save Lives After a heart attack, receiving treatment to get the blood flowing to the damaged part of the heart muscle is absolutely imperative and could save your live. Urgent treatment can not only save lives, it will also dictate the amount of permanent damage to the heart muscle. Many people who have a heart attack need to have emergency treatment to unblock the coronary artery. However, we know that medical professionals frequently misdiagnose heart attacks. How...

When is a Delayed Diabetes Diagnosis Negligent?

Posted in Medical Negligence on 28th Feb 2020
Did You Know Delayed Diabetes Diagnosis can be Negligent? Diabetes is a serious condition occurring when blood glucose levels are too high with delays in diabetes diagnosis leading to potentially serious health implications to the patient. This illness affects a large proportion of people across the UK and the world. We need a hormone called insulin, which is made by our pancreas and allows the glucose in the blood to enter the cells and fuel the bodies. Over a long period of time, high glucose levels in the blood can seriously damage the heart,...
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