Asbestos Claims

Asbestos claims for mesothelioma, asbestosis, pleural thickening and lung cancer

Medical Negligence

Medical Negligence claims for GP, Hospital and Dental mistakes.

Personal Injury

Work Related Accident, been hurt whilst on holiday, road traffic accident or hurt from using a defective product or service.

Business Litigation

Breach of contract, unpaid debts, medication and employment law.

Defamation

Damaged reputation in business or in personal life.

Professional Negligence

Mistakes made by Solicitors, Financial Advisors, Accountants, Surveyors and Banks.

Motoring Compensation

Car and bike accidents, passenger and pedestrian claims – more than 95% of our cases are successful.

Private Clients

Wills and Probate, Divorce and Family Law, Employment issues, Dispute and Court work.

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Latest blog posts

8
Jun

Charity Fashion Show

We are delighted to be supporting a Charity Fashion Show, organised and hosted by a local hair & beauty salon, The Cottage. The Fashion Show is being held Tuesday 09 June 2015 at Norwich High School for Girls, Eaton Grove, Norwich. You can get your tickets here http://www.cottagesalon.co.uk/buytickets/. The night will consist of a fashion show, with fashions from Ginger, Hatters, Prima Donna, Aluna J, Dog Fish and Catfish, an Auction and Raffle with lots of prizes donated by local businesses, all in support of Break Charity. Break help with support of vulnerable children, young people and families. They provide specialist residential and community based services across East Anglia. They […]

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1
Jun

Dog Bite Claims

Figures recently released show a huge increase in dog bite admissions to Hospitals. The figures for the last year have been compared to the same period 10 years ago and show a 76% increase. This is despite Dangerous Dogs legislation to control certain breeds of dogs traditionally raised for their aggressive nature. This suggests that it is the dog owners, rather than the dogs themselves, that are to blame for the increase in attacks by dogs. After all, every single dog has an owner who is responsible for it. It may be that the “Nature versus Nurture” debate that is so popular when it comes to children – programmes such […]

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