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Medical Negligence

Unmarried woman wins legal fight over bereavement damages

A woman who was denied bereavement damages after her long term partner died has won a landmark legal battle to win fairer compensation for unmarried people who lose their partner. Jakki Smith from... Read full article

Helping ordinary people make sense of the personal injury compensation system – Wards Solicitors back new publication

A comprehensive booklet which aims to ensure that everyone understands their legal right to redress for personal injuries which were not their fault has been fully endorsed by Wards Solicitors’... Read full article

Personal Injury small claims limit increase – what impact?

Richard Green, a Specialist injury claims Solicitor who covers our North Somerset offices met North Somerset MP Dr Liam Fox, also the Secretary of State for International Trade, on 17th December 2016... Read full article

Personal Injury law reform ‘wrong and unfair’

Wards Solicitors’ personal injury lawyers have added their voices to a campaign opposing Government proposed reforms to the law in this area. With an extremely short consultation period closing on... Read full article

Increase in small claims limit for personal injury – £1,000 to £5,000!

George Osborne announced in his recent Spending Review that he intends to increase the small claims track limit for personal injury claims from £1,000 to £5,000. This will restrict access to... Read full article

Whiplash claims – fact over fiction

Compensation claims and the so called compensation culture are back in the news again, but the facts are often obscured by catchy headlines and I am left wondering who is actually driving this... Read full article

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Update: Covid-19 arrangements from 5 November 2020

Wards Solicitors remains very much open for business despite the new restrictions. We are still able to take on new cases.

However, we are no longer able to arrange face to face meetings with clients except in a very few individual and emergency cases. The doors to our offices are locked in accordance with government advice. We are however available for video call and telephone meetings.

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