Williamsons Solicitors News Stories

Suffered due to negligent medical advice?

Medical report

Victims of negligent medical advice are no less entitled to compensation than those who suffer injury under the surgeon’s knife. The point was made by the case of a mother who blamed allegedly… Read More

Compliments of the season!

Website announcement 2019

Another year draws to a close! To all our clients and friends we send our compliments of the season and best wishes for 2020.   Read More

Have you been defamed on the internet?

Apps on phone

The internet unfortunately provides an opportunity for defamatory statements at the click of a button. However, a High Court case strikingly showed that the law can move fast to put a stop to such… Read More

Unfairly dismissed employee is compensated

Unfair dismissal

Workplace disciplinary proceedings must always be thorough and fair, but that is all the more the case where an employee is accused of dishonesty. An Employment Tribunal (ET) succinctly made that… Read More

Young disabled boy compensated by NHS


Proving clinical negligence can difficult, but lawyers always seek the best outcomes for their clients. In this case, solicitors representing a nine-year-old who was born severely disabled… Read More

Always get legal advice on property deals!

Contract Drafting

Entering into property transactions without legal advice is always a hostage to fortune. A restaurateur found that out after he was dishonestly induced to enter into an illegal sub-lease of… Read More

Capital Gains Tax on property? Get advice!

Keys in Door

Increases in the value of your main or only home are exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT) – but proving that a property is your principal private residence (PPR) can be far from easy and that is why… Read More

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