Immigration: Court of Appeal decision in MF (Nigeria) v SSHD [2013] EWCA Civ 1192 - Appeal Dismissed

One of our previous blogs (link to blog: /news/2013/02/immigration-blog-20213/) looked at the changes to the Immigration Rules made by the Government in July 2012 and their view that only in... Read More >

Family Law: International Child Abduction

The phrase 'international child abduction' may conjure up images of the reporting of the disappearance of Madeline McCann. The reality, however, is that parents may find themselves dealing with the... Read More >

Personal Injury: Mesh Implant Cases

We are currently acting for over 150 clients who seek to make a claim arising from problems caused by transvaginal mesh. Transvaginal mesh Transvaginal surgical mesh is used to treat... Read More >

Personal Injury: Injured in an accident? How to make a claim

You may be looking at this website because you or a family member has suffered injury in an accident and you don't know if you have a potential claim or,... Read More >

Personal Injury: Compensation recovered for injured railway worker

We recently acted for an individual who was referred to us by his Trade Union, following an accident whilst working on the railway. Our client was manoeuvring a piece of... Read More >

Property: 'Up the ladder....... with help from the Government'

Help may now be at hand for house purchasers to secure a mortgage with only a 5% deposit as the second phase of the Help-to-Buy scheme has been launched three... Read More >

Clinical Negligence: The implications of the new rules in Chapter 42A

The field of clinical negligence is a complex and controversial one. With actions usually being raised in the Court of Session due to their complicated nature, the litigation process has,... Read More >

Litigation: Drummond Miller secures compensation

Drummond Miller recently acted for a male client who suffered serious injuries following a road traffic accident in December 2009. As a result of his injuries, our client was unable... Read More >

Property: Letting Department - September 2013

Our letting department is busier than ever with people from all walks of life opting to let a property rather than purchase. Many properties are let within the first two... Read More >

Clinical Negligence: Delay in diagnosing cancer: a bittersweet result

We recently represented a lady (and, following her tragic death in April 2013, her extended family) in a medical negligence action against her local hospital for the delay in diagnosing... Read More >