Area Dispute Resolution

Claims against Veterinarians

Veterinarians, like other professionals, owe a duty to exercise reasonable care and skill when carrying out the service for which they are instructed. A failure to meet the standard of care, that being what other vets would do in the…

Construction

The construction industry is fundamentally different to most other industries. Projects which are undertaken are generally “one-offs” and require seamless teamwork between people of different disciplines, with varying ideals, qualifications and expectations. It is often the case that the individual…

Discrimination Claims

As well as claims for discrimination within the workplace, our lawyers are also able to assist in other discrimination claims brought under the Equality Act 2010. The Equality Act 2010 prescribes a list of 9 protected characteristics and sets out prohibited…

Inheritance Act Claims

Where a deceased’s Will or the Rules of Intestacy do not make provision for an individual that was dependant on the deceased, that individual may make a claim to the Court for financial provision from the deceased’s estate under the…

No Win, No Fee Agreements

The need to seek damages always arises from difficult circumstances. No win, no fee agreements are a popular and well known funding solution. A no win, no fee agreement (known technically as a Conditional Fee Agreement) means that in the event that your…

Group Litigation Orders

Group litigation is yet another type of flexible funding which an individual may find advantageous when considering a claim. A Group Litigation Order (GLO) is useful when multiple parties have been affected by someone else’s conduct but are unable to…

Discrimination

Discrimination at work can take place in many forms.  Discrimination in the workplace is usually unlawful if the reason for the discrimination is one of the following 9 protected characteristics: Age. Disability. Gender Reassignment. Marriage and Civil Partnership. Pregnancy and…

Landlord and Tenant

The buy to let market remains very active, with many Landlord clients choosing to rent out property either as an alternative to selling due to prevailing market forces or as part of a planned investment portfolio. With property prices ever increasing there are…