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There are some products that the modern homeowner simply cannot live without. Fridges, washing machines, dishwashers – collectively known as white goods - are staple members of most households. Unfortunately, nowadays what is also very common, is that when these products break, the default is to replace rather than repair. More...

eScooters are going to be popular gifts this Christmas and whilst the eScooters will be ideal presents for those that enjoy the latest toys and gadgets, Sue Edwards, the Head of our Personal Injury department, is urging that they should be used safely and in accordance with the law.

Ridden by both children and adults the electric powered scooters can reach speeds of over 30mph, although it should be added that many are restricted to under 16mph, and therefore accidents are common. More...

One of the few benefits of lockdown was the huge increase in the numbers of us taking to our bikes to exercise and travel around our local areas on two wheels.

For some it meant going into the garden shed or garage to find the bikes that might have been left unridden for months, maybe years in some circumstances, whilst for others it was a case of going online to buy new bikes or first bikes for the younger members of the family.

There were a lot more of us taking to the roads, bike paths and tracks and inevitably, there was an increase in the number of accidents taking place.

Our Personal Injury department is working on behalf of several new clients who are making cycling accident claims.

Accidents with other cyclists, with motor vehicles or those who have fallen, or crashed due to road surfaces in disrepair are the most frequent reasons provided. More...

Our Personal Injury department has received an influx of new cases from employees who have been made redundant or let go by their employers. Many of them did not previously want to pursue making a claim against their employer about an accident they had suffered in work, due to fear of ‘rocking the boat’.

If you have been injured in your current workplace or somewhere you have worked in the last three years, you may be eligible to make a compensation claim. This time period can be longer if it is related to a disease (e.g. respiratory). However, we understand that you may be reluctant, as you do not know your odds of winning or how your employer will react, if you take action.

To put your mind at ease, our personal injury and employer liability solicitors outline the law and the basic need-to-know information, which you should consider before electing a legal representative. More...

Since April 15th, the NHS has been forced to cancel non-emergency operations due to the strain of the Coronavirus outbreak. But what are your rights if an operation that would improve your life has been cancelled, and how long are you expected to wait for a rescheduled date?

Find out more about Coronavirus surgery cancellations, how to complain about a cancelled operation and whether you are entitled to compensation below. More...

With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
  1. Link to the ODR platform - please follow the following link for further information (
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes