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When a person suffers a personal injury as a result of an accident, however trivial, the effect on his or her daily life in the short and/or long term can be quite devastating.

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The communication lines were excellent at all stages of the process and I felt my matter was given complete attention & consideration. I would highly recommend the services of this firm

My dealings with Linda have been exemplary and hassle free despite the often complicated nature of the matters arising. I would have no hesitation and indeed have recommended to friends and family

The firm’s solicitors are exceptionally adept at quickly identifying the crux of an issue even in circumstances where the paperwork is mountainous

Claire Edgar appointed to International Children Law Panel of Solicitors

Our Family and Divorce Partner, Claire Edgar has been appointed by Northern Ireland Central Authority to the International Children Law Panel of Solicitors.

Asbestos Compensation Claims FAQs

With nearly 60 years of experience acting on behalf of victims of asbestos, we know all too well how shocking and distressing the diagnosis of an asbestos related disease can be for both you and your family.
21/11/2019asbestos claims

I want to sell my property what should I do

There comes a time for most of us that our families have outgrown our home, or that it isn’t suitable for your needs anymore and you need to consider selling and moving elsewhere.

Suffering is heaped on bereaved children

Suffering is heaped on bereaved children, concludes Commons Report as Government inaction on Supreme Court Judgement “risable”.
04/11/2019social justice

Irish Legal News publishes article by our Claire Edgar in which she sets out the Court's powers

Claire Edgar considers yesterday's UK Supreme Court decision in a child abduction case.

Meet Laura Banks, NI's Erin Brockovich

A very familiar face spotted in the Belfast Telegraph! Laura Banks discusses all things Supreme Court, Widowed Parents Allowance and the story of Siobhan McLaughlin, who captured the hearts and minds of local people.
02/10/2019social justice

What next for employees of Thomas Cook

The devastating news of the closure of Thomas Cook has dominated the headlines this week and all of us feel deeply saddened for affected staff members and holiday makers alike, many of whom are still stranded with questions remaining about what, if any, redress could be available to them.

Calls for urgent legislation to prevent cliff edge for thousands of households across NI

A joint report on welfare from the Northern Ireland Home Affairs and Work and Pensions Committee has warned that tens of thousands of households in Northern Ireland could see their income drop by hundreds of pounds per month, unless urgent action is taken to extend the Social Security “mitigations package”.
17/09/2019social justice