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 Rachel Sharp
  July 31, 2023
Cycling, as a mode of transport and a leisure activity, unfortunately, leaves the rider particularly vulnerable on the road. Read our blog post to find out more.
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 Rachel Sharp
  July 31, 2023
In the event of an accident at work, it is essential to understand your rights as an employee, the steps to take following an accident, and the process of making a compensation claim. Read our blog post to find out more.
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 Olivia Webster
  July 12, 2023
Thomas v. Turner, a recent Court of Appeal decision, further defined whether or not a legal notice containing errors remains valid.
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 Holly Wright
  July 10, 2023
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 Zoe Cross
  July 10, 2023
This case considers the relationship between the common law test of testamentary capacity, as set out in Banks v Goodfellow (1870) LR 5 QB 549 and the test for capacity set down in ss.2-3 Mental Capacity Act 2005.
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 Eleanor Folger
  July 7, 2023
Maternity services at hospitals in York and Scarborough have been rated “inadequate” and “requires improvement” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after inspectors raised concerns about poor leadership and service users not being able to access services.
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 Emelia Garnett
  July 6, 2023
Accidents occurring in the work place should be reported to a managerial member of staff or a member of HR, and reported in your employer’s accident book. This report will record details of the accident as well as your injuries and personal details.
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 Rachel Sharp
  July 5, 2023
When someone suffers an injury due to the negligent or intentional actions of someone else, they may choose to make a personal injury claim to obtain compensation for the damage sustained. Read our blog post to find out more.
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