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Personal Injury | 6th August 2021

Where can you Legally use Electric Scooters, Micro Bikes, and...

With the UK waiting in anticipation for the summer weather to return, many people want to use this opportunity to get outside in new and...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Personal Injury | 30th March 2021

Can I make a claim for a slip, trip or...

During the colder months, slips and trips are common but they can happen at any time. Inclement weather can make many everyday places treacherous -...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Personal Injury | 21st September 2020

5 Steps to Making a Personal Injury Claim

If you have suffered an injury and someone else was at least partially to blame, you could make a personal injury claim. Making a personal...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence

What Can A Solicitor Do To Minimise The Stress Of...

Have you noticed how life seems to be getting busier and busier? My children are growing older and I often reflect how I have less...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Clinical Negligence | 4th March 2019

How Long Do Medical Negligence Claims Take To Settle?

How long do medical negligence claims take to settle? According to the High Court “not too long” is the answer to this question! The High...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Clinical Negligence | 12th January 2019

Has the demise of Legal Aid put justice out of...

Medical negligence (or clinical negligence as it's known) can be utterly devastating, not just for the victim, but for the family too. At a time...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Dispute Resolution | 27th November 2018

Self-driving Vehicles – Who Is Responsible For A Driverless Car...

Self-driving Vehicles – who is responsible if you have an accident? The age of ‘driverless’ cars is nearly upon us. Funnily enough, it’s internet giant...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence
Personal Injury | 10th November 2018

A Quick Guide to Personal Injury Trusts

One of the more structured ways of ensuring a recipient is able to manage their inheritance properly is to put it into a trust. For...

Mark Wisby

Associate, Clinical Negligence