Our instructions range from the more minor injuries through to those of the utmost gravity, where complex medical and financial issues often arise.
Members of the team can provide specialist advice in the following:
In addition to their reputation as highly professional expert lawyers, members are also known for their direct and approachable manner.
Members undertake work on a Conditional Fee basis.
Upon acceptance of the instructions, a Conditional Fee Agreement will be drawn up. This agreement incorporates the standard terms agreed between APIL and PIBA which are available here.
Our team regularly delivers lectures to solicitors and other professionals on recent developments in the law and practice. If you are interested in arranging a lecture then please contact our clerks.
Section 124(6) of the Equality Act 2010 (‘the Act’) provides that discrimination awards in the employment tribunal correspond to awards which could be awarded by a county court under Section 119 of the Act.
The Court of Appeal, reversing a strike-out ruling, has decided that it is arguable that geneticists were under a duty of care to provide information to C about her father’s diagnosis of Huntington’s disease.