Taking a Bite Out of Lyme Disease

by Legal Author September 16, 2020 Law

Written by Richard M. Bogoroch It is hard to imagine that a nasty little insect no more significant than the size of a poppy seed can wreak so much havoc in a person’s life. People who have been infected by Lyme disease may recount stories of years of pain, suffering, and the stress of being misunderstood […]

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Spinal Cord Injuries and Diving Accidents

by Legal Author September 9, 2020 Personal Injury

During the hot summer months, there is one devastating scenario emergency doctors hate to see:  diving-related spinal cord injuries.  Underestimating water depths and unfamiliarity with a body of water can lead to tragic outcomes.  Combine that with a few alcoholic beverages and the carefree attitude that warm weather brings – and these are the leading […]

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Keeping Your Will Up to Date

by Legal Author September 6, 2020 Wills

Many people don’t make a Will, which can cause a wide range of problems for their loved ones when they die. Of those that do, many fail to keep it up to date. While you might think that any Will is better than no Will, out of date or inaccurate information can be hugely problematic. […]

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Does a medical negligence claim take time to pay?

by Wright Hassall August 23, 2020 Clinical medical negligence

Are you familiar with medical malpractice? Or clinical negligence? It’s a term used by personal injury lawyers to describe the negligible actions of a medical practitioner, whose actions and decisions have resulted in additional (and avoidable) pain, injuries and suffering. Simply put, if your doctor fails to provide a certain standard of care or they […]

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Childhood claims – can I act for my child?

by Legal Author August 22, 2020 Accident Claims Law

Based on personal injury law in California and generally. Kids have one job in life and that one job is to be adventurous. Parents have one job in life, too, aside from the job that pays the bills, that is, and that one family related job is to support their children through all attempts at […]

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Changes to the Immigration Rules June 2020

by OTB Legal June 14, 2020 Law

The Home Office have recently published a statement of changes to the immigration rules which affect various immigration categories. Our latest blog article provides a summary of some of the key changes. Most of the changes came into effect on 4 June 2020 whilst the changes to the EU Settlement are due to come into […]

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Choosing an Immigration Lawyer – 10 Questions to Ask

by OTB Legal June 11, 2020 Law

Choosing an immigration lawyer can be a difficult task. Once you have made the decision to get specialist help with your immigration application you will be faced with a dizzying choice of available lawyers. So how can you decide who is best suited to take on your case? In this article we look at 10 […]

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The Future of Driving and Personal Injury Law Firms after COVID-19

by Legal Author June 3, 2020 Law

Is the quarantine making us rethink the way we are driving and using our roads? As Texas reopens after two months of the Stay-At-Home order, cars are beginning to trickle back into the open roads. With significantly less cars out on the road, better driving habits are expected to frequent the lanes: less road rage, […]

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Mis-Sold Diesel Mercedes Vehicles Could Fetch £10,000 in Compensation…

by Legal Author May 22, 2020 Law

Mercedes Diesel Emissions Compensation – The Background The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) found that Mercedes installed ‘defeat software’ in some diesel engines that limited emissions readings during testing misrepresenting the actual emissions during ‘real-world’ driving. The nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions of the engines as a result did not comply with EU regulatory requirements.  The software, it is […]

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More than 95% of children reported missing in Spain are children of foreign nationals

by Legal Author May 20, 2020 Law

A report by Spain’s National Centre of Missing Persons of the Secretary of State for Security, part of the Ministry of Interior, has revealed that almost all children reported missing in Spain are of non-Spanish nationality. The data is drawn from the Missing People database and Unidentified Individuals and Human Remains (PDyRH) and the Crime […]

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