Handing over a family business to the next generation may seem straightforward but it can create unforeseen problems.
oing into business is like entering into a marriage – two people who have no doubt that they share the same aims and values as one another, commit to a life full of happiness and success together. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and all too often we see once happy and successful business partners fall out beyond repair. This can be due to a number of factors but often because they have a differing of opinion on how to take the business forward; the value of an individual’s contribution or one party’s wish to move on to another project.
Adults normally have three years to bring a claim for clinical or medical negligence and the Courts apply this limit quite stringently unless there are extenuating circumstances.
A serious injury can bring a whole series of problems with it, financial and otherwise, that simply applying for compensation will not solve.
The human body is complex so proving clinical or medical negligence is not straightforward. It is however possible if you choose the right legal team.
If your child or a family member has been seriously injured and is unable to manage their own affairs, the law allows for family members to make a personal injury claim on their behalf.
If you are injured and it is someone else’s fault, you may be able to bring a claim against them for personal injury. To be successful you must prove that they were ‘negligent’.
The PIP breast implant litigation made national headlines and we were one of the Law firms involved in bringing claims against the practitioners, distributors and credit providers involved.
Birth injuries such as those leading to Cerebral Palsy can rob a child of a lifetime of opportunities and invariably parents want to know what went wrong and why.
If you believe someone close to you or whom you represent has died due to clinical negligence you can bring a claim for compensation in certain circumstances.