Topical legal content articles for marketing civil disputes law
With a constant stream of case law emanating from the courts, frequent government consultations and new regulations coming into force, it is important to keep your website up to date for clients who are seeking legal advice.
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the civil disputes topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
The rights of a beneficiary with concerns about a trustee
mismanagement and concerns about a trustee;
key responsibilities and duties of a trustee;
rights of beneficiaries under a trust: and
- your options where a breach of trust has occurred.
New rules for whiplash and other minor RTA claims
an outline of what the new rules say;
potential problems with assessing the value of a claim;
- the key exceptions to the new rules; and
why it is important to take legal advice before starting a claim.
A neighbour has caused my property to flood
- right to seek compensation and to apply for an injunction;
- different scenaarios in which the flooding could have occurred;
- factors which will need to be taken into account; and
- how a solictior can help make a claim against your neighbour.
Challenging a dubious will where you suspect coercion
cirumstances that may arouse suspicion;
- establishing whether undue influence has occurred;
- how to object to a will on the grounds of undue influence; and
dispute resolution through court or mediation.
Compensation for injury or illness while working in healthcare
common accidents involving care workers;
care workers and work-related stress during coronavirus;
what training and risk assessments should an employer provide? and
what to do after suffering an accident or illness at work.
Resolving a dispute between property owners with a shared interest
- instances where disputes about property issues may arise;
- the role of a solicitor in helping to resolve matters;
- options for alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation; and
- taking court action as last resort to tackle a dispute.