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April 18 / Litigation

Litigation vs ADR

Most clients these days have heard about alternative dispute resolution and will be familiar with what this means however, when in the heat of a legal dispute, these alternatives to the expense of Court proceedings can often be forgotten

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February 9 / Litigation

NO MORE “SAME ROOF” RULE

Since the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority was first introduced in 1964 victims of violent crimes could make a claim against the Government for the injuries they suffered

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February 7 / Litigation

Landlord and Tenant Evictions – Don’t get it wrong

Dealing with nuisance tenants can sometimes be more of a worry than a problem

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February 1 / Litigation

Medical Negligence – Care Home Negligence

Making the decision to live in a care home is a big step for most people

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January 31 / Litigation

Medical Negligence Paralegal: How My Nursing Qualification Enhances My Role

I am a medical negligence paralegal and I have been working at Maxwell Hodge since 2017

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December 1 / Litigation

Medical Negligence FAQ Editorial

At Maxwell Hodge we offer a range of legal services, including acting for our clients in claims for medical negligence

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November 20 / Litigation

Case Study – Medical Negligence

We have recently dealt with a medical negligence claim for a client and successfully secured compensation

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November 13 / Litigation

Professional Duty of Candour

The Duty of Candour Regulations, implemented by the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, came into force in November 2014 for NHS Bodies and in April 2015 for all other organisations

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October 16 / Litigation

Case Study – Medical Negligence

We have successfully concluded a medical negligence claim for one of our clients

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October 5 / Litigation

Fixed Recoverable Costs – Changes which are likely to affect your claim – Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

Personal Injury Claims

On 2nd October 2023 new rules came into force which meant that certain cases will be subject to fixed recoverable costs (FRC)

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