July 2014 Archive

Personal Injury: What happens if court proceedings are started?

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We will have tried to settle your claim without going to court. However, sometimes there are aspects of the claim that the other party‚Äôs insurers refuse to accept. More …

Personal Injury: An employer's guide

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Claims for personal injury for accidents at work and industrial disease (both asbestos and Noise Induced Hearing Loss claims) are a fact of life. More …

Valuing a claim for compensation for injuries suffered as a result of clinical negligence

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It seems an impossible task to place a monetary value on pain and suffering. How is it done? More …

Liability in a clinical negligence case

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Parties involved in clinical negligence are expected to try to reach agreement about their claim without using the court process when that is possible. More …

Clinical Negligence: What happens if court proceedings are started?

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We will have tried to settle your claim without going to court. However, sometimes there are aspects of the claim that the defendant refuses to accept. More …

Personal Injury Guide: The medical examination

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Any claim for compensation must have a medical report to support it, prepared by a medical expert, which has been agreed with the Defendants. More …

Taking care with re-use of business name following insolvency

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Blake Morgan's guide to the restrictions on involvement with another business trading under the same or similar name, when going through insolvency procedures. More …

Guide to tenant insolvency

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Blake Morgan provide a guide to the process of tenant insolvency. More …