Articles & Downloads / 2016 / July

Claire McDaid

Take stress out of air travel by knowing your rights before you fly

26 July 2016

Air travel can be stressful, even when things go to plan. Add delays or lost baggage to the equation and stress levels can go sky high. You can then find yourself questioning what are my legal entitlements, while still trying to get to that business meeting which you are now late for, or on to the hard earned holiday you’ve been waiting for! Read More

Breaking up is hard to do so it’s best to be prepared

Breaking up is hard to do so it’s best to be prepared

20 July 2016

Lawyers know all about exits. Whether clients are going through divorce or ending contractual relationships, including employment, we are familiar with how fraught parties can become and cases are all too often more difficult in the absence of written documents to govern how relationships should end. Read More

Jonathan Duncan

Asbestos-exposed workers still owed compensation

06 July 2016

The words “Steve McQueen” conjure up images of the glamorous actor at work and play. What is perhaps less well known is that his death at the young age of 50 was as a result of the terminal asbestos related cancer, mesothelioma, a particularly aggressive form of cancer primarily caused by exposure to asbestos fibres. Symptoms usually manifest some 20 – 40 years after the exposure and it is possible that Mr McQueen was exposed to asbestos whilst serving in the US Marines as a young man aboard various military ships where he recalled removing asbestos lagging from pipes. Read More

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