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Police Force Facing Hearing Loss Claims

Police officers are preparing to bring personal injury claims after suffering hearing loss as a...

Changes to Tipping Laws Delayed Until October

The Employment (Allocation of Tips) Act 2023 , which amends the Employment Rights Act 1996 , was...

Tenants Succeed in Rent Repayment Application

Tenants of poorly maintained properties are not powerless and have the ability to apply for rent...

Dishonesty Accusation Defeats Claim for Interim Payments

It may be possible to secure interim payments to help cover expenses such as care costs until a...

Award That Requires Borrowing Made Into Court Order

Disagreements between separating couples all too often result in litigation that substantially...

Young Man Who Jumped Onto Railway Tracks Can Pursue Claim

To succeed in a personal injury claim in court, it is necessary to show both that the other party...

Inheritance Disputes - Costs Risks Can Be Reduced

Arguments about what someone promised before their death can lead to significant legal costs....

Share Rounding Error Does Not Prevent CGT Relief

There are often very specific rules that must be complied with in order to claim tax reliefs, but...

Injured Worker Secures Damages After Five-Year Battle

When liability for a workplace accident is disputed, personal injury lawyers will fight hard to...

Wife Entitled to Maintenance Until Sale of Family Home

When divorcing couples disagree on how assets should be divided, the courts will seek to arrive at...

Equal Pay Claims - EAT Reconsiders Material Factor Defence

An employer will be able to defeat an equal pay claim under the Equality Act 2010 if it can show...

Woman's Neglect Claim Against Council Can Proceed

Anyone who has suffered serious neglect in childhood may be able to claim compensation if...

Breach of Warranty Claim Can Go to Trial

After a company has been purchased, any allegations that the seller is in breach of warranties...

Removal of Guttering Leads to Costly Court Battle

Disagreements between neighbours over where the boundary between their properties lies can...

Retired Businessman's Final Will Ruled Invalid

Having your will drawn up professionally by a qualified solicitor is always a sensible precaution,...

Dock Worker Wins Settlement After Fall from Height

A man has secured a damages settlement after he fell from height on his first day working at a dry...

Lidl Succeeds in Trade Mark Infringement Claim

The Court of Appeal has ruled on a dispute between supermarket giants Lidl and Tesco, upholding...

Company Owner's Negligible Value Claim Unsuccessful

When an asset falls in value to the point that it is almost worthless, it may be possible to make...
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