Litigation: Successful Results, Court Reforms & Relocation

Drummond Miller's Litigation team continues to achieve great results for its clients who have been injured at the hands of others, such as in accidents at work, in road traffic... Read More >

Property: The right time to sell and buy as property prices rise

A chronic shortage of available properties Edinburgh has resulted in the return of competitive Closing Dates and some spectacular offers not seen since the 2006 peak. Our latest quarterly figures... Read More >

Litigation – Personal Injury : Concussion - A sporting injury – potential future claims?

Might we, as litigation lawyers, expect to receive enquires from sportsmen and women who have suffered head injuries in the course of play and might they have claims? The rise... Read More >

Family Law: An overview of civil court procedure

What happens at court? This question is commonly asked by clients prior to attending court. This article provides definitions of legal jargon you will hear as well as an overview... Read More >

Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence: Lump Sum Compensation Vs Periodical Payment Order

The purpose of any personal injury litigation (including clinical negligence cases) is to - as far as is reasonably possible - put the injured party back in the position they... Read More >

Immigration: Changes to the Immigration Rules (from 6 April 2014)

The Home Office are making changes (again!) to the Immigration Rules, which will be in place from 6th April 2014. There are a number of minor changes, clarifications and technical... Read More >

Property: Upturn in the first time buyer market

The "Help-to-buy" and "Lift" schemes have breathed fresh air into the housing market by giving First Time Buyers the opportunity to access the property ladder. This, of course, paves the... Read More >

Personal Injury: £6.5 Million in Damages Secured for Catastrophic Injury

We were recently successful in securing a very significant award of damages for the guardian of a gentleman who sustained injuries of the utmost severity in a road traffic accident,... Read More >

Property: 2014 – a buoyant sales and rental market?

There might be some disparity between the myriad property price indicators - but they are at least in alignment on one issue: UK property prices are at last moving in... Read More >

Clinical negligence: a note on the la

The law in Scotland imposes on us all a general duty to take reasonable care in many of our day-to-day activities. The general principals of the test were set out... Read More >