Personal Injury – Small Claims Track Increase

Changes to the Civil Procedure Rules are finally due to come into force in May 2021 in respect of damages for pain and suffering caused by whiplash arising out of certain Road Traffic Accidents. Under the new rules, a potential claimant will not be able to recover their legal costs if the value of the […]

Lasting Powers of Attorney – Health & Welfare

Since 1st October 2007, it has been possible for clients to create Powers of Attorney (LPAs) to allow their appointed attorney to manage their future health & welfare needs, at a time when the client is no longer able to make those decisions for themselves. This type of LPA only becomes valid once registered with the Office […]

National Lockdown – 2

The new national lockdown came into force in England at 12.01am on Thursday 5 November and will last until at least Wednesday 2 December. The government has now published the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions (England) No 4) Regulation 2020. Courts remain open to deal with matters and we are continuing to provide litigation services, including […]

Making a Will during Coronavirus

Despite Government restrictions following the Covid-19 outbreak we are still open for business and continue to progress with existing matters and take new instructions.  Naturally we have had to change the way we work and to protect both our clients’ and our own health our office is shut to visitors.  However, whilst traditional face to […]