IMPORTANT UPDATE: COVID-19

 Gareth Dando
  October 30, 2020
​The lasting complications of a brain tumour can have devastating effects, affecting the way you walk, talk, feel and think, which can lead to prejudice and discrimination in the survivors everyday life. A survey by Headway UK has found that survivors of brain injury are often bullied, harassed and ridiculed for their disabilities.
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 Natalie Marrison
  October 29, 2020
The Head of Personal Injury at Ramsdens Solicitors , Natalie Marrison, has been announced as a finalist at the Personal Injury Awards 2020, in the Claimant Lawyer of the Year Award.
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 Jodie Wielgus
  October 28, 2020
​Jodie Wielgus, Partner in our Private Client team, has featured on Care Choices, where she has given the ten most common mistakes to avoid when writing a will.
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 Natalie Lang
  October 27, 2020
Almost 11,700 people are diagnosed each year with a primary brain tumour, with 5,000 people losing their lives each year. At least 102,000 children and adults are estimated to be living with a brain tumour in the UK currently.
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 Richard Dean
  October 26, 2020
Ramsdens corporate team, led by partner Richard Dean, advised Andy Hayes on his recent acquisition of Oliver’s Mount Racing Ltd.
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 Lindsey Frith
  October 23, 2020
As many of you will have noted recently the Land Registry have removed the last stringent requirement to print and sign a paper document in a property transaction by confirming acceptance of electronic signatures.
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 Gareth Dando
  October 22, 2020
Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Thursday announced further changes to the Job Support Scheme, which has been put in place to subsidies businesses unable to have their staff back working full-time as the varied degrees of lockdown continue.
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 Natalie Lang
  October 22, 2020
The claimant in this case, Charlotte Swift (CS), was involved in a car accident resulting in serious injuries and later leading to amputation of her left leg and subsequent surgery.
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