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Know the Limitation Period for Medical Negligence...

Posted in Medical Negligence on 11th Jun 2020
There are many concerns felt by medical negligence victims which can create doubt and hesitation in pursuing a claim. However, it is important to consider that the Limitation Period for the majority of Claimants is 3 Years – a time limit which is too often missed by victims of negligence. Missing this deadline can be devastasting for those impacted my medical negligence and all too often means they are left with no other options but to pay for damages out of their own pocket or not having access to treatment at all. We know the effects of medical...

The Effects of Covid-19 on Child Arrangement...

Posted in Family & Divorce on 26th Jul 2020
‘Who should the child live with?’ is a question that parents going through a separation often disagree on, and trying to come to an agreement is currently made more difficult by the coronavirus pandemic. Concerns will usually include: Will I be able to see my child? Am I potentially breaching a Court Order? What steps can I take to keep my child safe? For parents looking for some clarity, we've created this blog post to explain how Child Arrangement Orders work in light of Covid-19. What Are Child Arrangement Orders? Child arrangements can be...

Lender’s Solicitor Fails to Remove Existing...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Jul 2020
When we undertake an educated, experienced professional to provide a service, we expect a certain level of care and for that service to be completed adequately. Unfortunately, professionals such as Solicitors do not always meet our expectations and can sometimes fall below what is considered their expected duty of care. When this occurs, it can be considered negligent and there may be a case to make a claim on the grounds of professional negligence. We use a recent case example to demonstrate how this can occur. Case Summary Specters successfully...

Vicarious Liability

Posted in Employment Law on 13th Jul 2020
As well as providing a safe working environment, an employer is also responsible for providing safe fellow employees. In practice, this usually means ensuring that they have the necessary skills to do the job and receive appropriate training. The responsibility of the employer for the actions of their employees is reflected by a principle known as ‘vicarious liability.’ Although this principle has a number of different applications, in a pure workplace context, it reflects the fact that although the injury may have directly been caused by another...
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