Claims that Defence Secretary ‘may have jeopardised Soldier F trial fairness’

There have been claims made by a solicitor for the family of one Blood Sunday victim that Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson may have put the chances of a fair trial at jeopardy. The claims were made by contacting the Attorney Read More


MedDen Financial told to pay compensation for SIPP failures

Mis-sold pension issues have remarkably increased in the recent past.  MedDen Financial Services LLP, a financial advisory firm has been ordered to pay compensation after providing unsuitable advice to a client to use “SIPP-Self-invested personal P-ension” to invest in a Read More


Estate agent’s referral fees for conveyancers a surprise to most homebuyers

Buying property is not as easy as buying a commodity from the shop. It requires a lot of thought and planning. Just by selecting a home through advertisement or different means and paying money for it is not enough. You Read More

Medical malpractice

How Hard is it to Prove Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice characterized comprehensively is implied as a claim brought against a social insurance professional, for example, a doctor or a hospital, wherein the human services professional abuses the ordinary standard of care and, subsequently, damage results. This is likewise Read More