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We were delighted to have raised over £1,500 for Stockport based charity The Wellspring as part of our ongoing support for the local community.
The Office of the Public Guardian has admitted that fees charged for lasting powers of attorney have been too excessive in the past four years.
They revealed that fees charged were above that of the costs involved in processing an LPA application.
The Government has postponed its decision on whether lawyer fees for clinical negligence cases should be capped.
The decision was originally expected to be made public knowledge before parliament went into its annual summer recess, however, the results of the decision are now expected ‘in due course’.
A man has suffered catastrophic injuries after being involved in a motorcycle accident.
The motorcyclist who is in his 40s was airlifted to a hospital in Plymouth with what are said to be life-changing injuries.
It was encouraging to see that the new government is committed to improvements within the NHS with particular regard to patient safety, however, the proposed bill could cause significant problems for us as Lawyers when trying to properly investigate when things have gone wrong.
A woman has been awarded £30,000 from her father’s estate despite him expressing the fact that he had disowned his children in his will.
The daughter, who was one of three children was awarded the money from her father’s £240,000 estate under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
The highest court in the United Kingdom has today delivered a landmark Judgment that employment tribunal fees are unlawful.
In a spectacular decision, the Supreme Court held that fees of up to £1,200 were hindering workers, particularly those earning a lower wage, from getting the justice they deserve.
The Medical Defence Union (MDU) has announced that it will no longer cover spinal injury surgical procedures in private hospitals.
Across the health sector, insurance premiums continue to rise and the increased number of claims and the cost of said claims have resulted in the body refusing to cover doctors performing spinal surgeries in the future.
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