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Finding of neglect against Kent & Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust after young man takes his own life

Dean Wilson are currently acting for a family in an ongoing civil action following an Inquest.
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Settlement of claim for passenger following terrifying 30 meter drop

Dean Wilson LLP have settled a personal injury case for a passenger in a car that fell 30 meters onto the A27, which was being driven by an uninsured driver.
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Dean Wilson obtain settlement for e-scooter case despite ‘ex turpi causa’ defence.

Dean Wilson recently obtained a settlement for an e-scooter case, despite arguments in the claim.
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April 2024 - Annual increases to statutory payments

The start of the new tax year brings about increases to various payments, including National Minimum Wage, Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity and other…
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Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital fertility errors means frozen eggs may no longer be viable

Dean Wilson Solicitors are looking to speak to patients who have been affected by errors at the assisted contraception unit at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital.
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Everything you need to know about litigation loans

Litigation loans from professional, regulated lenders can provide a solution to funding legal costs in circumstances where funds are not readily available to…
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Dean Wilson obtain £249,000 settlement for employee injured whilst at work

Ben Davey at Dean Wilson recently reached a quarter-of-a-million pound settlement for a Claimant in an employer’s liab
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Dean Wilson Solicitors Settle Million Pound Negligence Claim

Dean Wilson Solicitors have reached a seven figure settlement on behalf of one of their clients. Mrs F badly fractured her leg.
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David Fuller Public Inquiry Publishes Report

The David Fuller Inquiry, chaired by Sir Jonathan Michael, has published its report.
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Employment Appeal Tribunal decision finds that there may be a need to warn employees that a single act of particular misconduct may result in their dismissal

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently issued a judgment in the case of Hewston v Ofsted in which it overturned a decision of the Birmingham…
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