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World Stroke Day 2020

Deborah Powlesland

29.10.2020

Strokes can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime. One in four of us will have a stroke in our lifetime, but most can be prevented. There are risk factors that increase our chances of suffering a stroke. It is important to understand our risk and the steps we can take to reduce it. World Stroke Day aims […]

Clinical negligence

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Catastrophic injury: the pathway to achieving great rehabilitation outcomes

Georgie Beckers

28.10.2020

When a person suffers a serious personal injury, it is an incredibly challenging time for both the injured person and their family. When faced with the prospect of recovery, it can often feel as if a very long and dark tunnel is ahead with little or no light at the end. Nevertheless, the Rehabilitation Code […]

Major trauma | Personal injury

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Make a Will Fortnight

Moore Barlow

28.10.2020

Moore Barlow supports Make a Will Fortnight with Woking & Sam Beare Hospices Moore Barlow is proud to be supporting the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices ‘Make a Will Fortnight’ this year from the 1st November for two weeks. Together we can help you to make a standard Will by setting aside a limited number […]

Wills tax and trusts

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Moore Barlow spotlights hidden Covid-19 victims on ITV London news

Moore Barlow

27.10.2020

Moore Barlow Partner and Head of Major Trauma Service, Trevor Sterling, along with clients, Hannah and Mostafiz McWann, have told ITV London News about the impact Covid-19 has had on people with serious brain injuries and others living with “hidden” conditions. Moore Barlow has supported Hannah Mcwann and her family since December 2017. Hannah suffered […]

Community care | Major trauma

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Tax relief for heroes: is the Government finally recognising our forces’ sacrifices

Alistair Robertson-Goppffarth

27.10.2020

With Remembrance Day coming up in the 75th year after the end of World War II, a year which has been overshadowed by current events, there are still reasons and ways the country recognises the work and sacrifices people have made and are still making. Tax relief for all war medals and decorations The first […]

Wills tax and trusts

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Covid-19: Job Support Scheme Guidance now available

Katherine Maxwell

23.10.2020

In September the Chancellor unveiled plans for the Job Support Scheme (JSS) which comes into force from 1 November, taking over from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough) that ends on 31 October. We have been waiting patiently for official guidance to be released setting out the finer detail of how the scheme will work […]

Employment

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Moore Barlow receives top rankings in Chambers & Partners UK 2021 guide

Moore Barlow

22.10.2020

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow has gained widespread recognition in Chambers & Partner UK 2021 rankings, one of the UK’s leading guides to the top lawyers and law firms. This is the first time Moore Barlow has featured in the directory since the merger between Moore Blatch and Barlow Robbins in May 2020. […]

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Covid-19: Chancellor announces increased support for jobs

Katherine Maxwell

22.10.2020

The Chancellor has announced plans to increase support through the Job Support Scheme which is due to come into effect from 1 November.  The Job Support Scheme will take over from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough) which will come to an end on 31 October. When originally announced back in September, the Job Support […]

Employment

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What is Judicial Review?

Mea North

21.10.2020

Judicial Review is a process that allows individuals or organisations to challenge the lawfulness of policies, decisions or actions made by a public body or those exercising a public function. This factsheet is designed to explain how you can challenge decisions, the grounds for challenge and the remedies available to individuals. Examples of bodies that […]

Community care

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Brain injury compensation claim guidance

Matthew Claxson

21.10.2020

Traumatic brain injuries can have a catastrophic and life changing effect for those people who have been involved in accidents and their families. Claims for brain injury should only ever be dealt with by specialist serious injury solicitors with the necessary qualifications and experience to deal with the complex issues involved. The brain is a […]

Personal injury

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Four stages in the administration of an estate

Alison Lloyd

20.10.2020

This blog explains the stages and timescales involved when you are the executor of someone’s affairs and have a legal responsibility to administer their estate. Stage one Arrange valuations of all assets and obtain details of all liabilities, both held in the sole name and jointly owned. 8-12 weeks Obtain income information for Income Tax […]

Probate | Wills tax and trusts

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Mental Health – section 117 aftercare

Mea North

20.10.2020

If you have been sectioned under the Mental Health Act 1983 then you may be entitled to free aftercare when you leave hospital. This blog explains what section 117 aftercare is, who is entitled to it, how long it lasts and what to do if it is not provided. Who is entitled to free aftercare? […]

Community care


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