Passenger claim in a Road Traffic Accident

We represented a client who was involved in a serious road traffic accident.
Our Client had accepted a lift from an acquaintance from a party who unbeknown to her was over the limit. The acquaintance driving at speed lost control at a roundabout and crashed the car..... More

Claim for sex discrimination, harassment and automatically unfair dismissal

We represented a senior director for one of the worlds major retailers in her claim for sex discrimination, harassment and automatically unfair dismissal.
Our Client who was headhunted for her new position suffered close personal bereavements and also suffered a miscarriage which resulted in her taking time off... More

Electronic Monitoring Services wrongful arrests and false imprisonment compensation claims

On 15 September 2019 our client was arrested in the early hours of the morning by Officers from Lancashire Constabulary for alleged breach of bail. He was on bail and one of his bail conditions was a curfew between the hours of 7.00pm and 7.00am. The curfew was electronically monitored by a company called Electronic Monitoring Services, which is part of Capita and whose is contracted by the Court Service to provide this electronic monitoring service... More

UK Immigration – Applying for a sponsor licence

From January 1st, 2021 the UK's post-Brexit immigration system will come into force. UK employers will need to hold a sponsor licence in order to employ new recruits from the European Economic Area (EEA), after free movement ends.

Police & criminal justice data record violations

The criminal justice sector including Police National Computer (PNC) and Courts have access to a wide range of sensitive information about us. However, the data is not being looked after as well as it should. Here is a case report of a recent matter of data breach we have dealt with.

Constructive Dismissal or Unfair Dismissal?

Have you experienced a constructive dismissal or have been treated so unfairly that you had to resign? Our expert employment law solicitors are experienced to deal with constructive and unfair dismissal claims and advice you on making applications to the tribunal and getting the right compensation.

Changes to UK Immigration Rules- What You Need to Know

The government has outlined its plans for a new points-based immigration system to ensure only skilled workers can enter the UK. We highlight some of the key facts about these changes for you.

UK Government Announces Return of Post Study Work Permit

Murria Solicitors are delighted to highlight the Home Office announcement that under new proposals international students will be allowed to stay in the UK under PSW (Post Study Work Permit) for two years after graduation to find Employment.

Shareholder agreements – the often unknown effects

The business world relies on a series of agreements between different entities and individuals working within the businesses. While oral agreements may be perfectly acceptable in some situations, they are more difficult to enforce in a court of law.
Egg Allergy accident claim

BHAMRA V DUBB (T/A LUCKY CATERERS) [2010] EWCA CIV 13 (20 JANUARY 2010)

Caterer At Sikh Wedding Under Duty To Take Reasonable Care Not To Serve Dishes Containing Egg: The Court of Appeal dismissed the appellant caterer's appeal against a decision that he was liable for personal injuries sustained by the deceased, who was allergic to egg and died from anaphylactic shock having eaten a dish containing egg at a Sikh wedding.
UK Tier 2 visa cap lifted

Tier 2 cap lifted for non-EU doctors and nurses

The Home Office granted all Tier 2 visa applications for non-EEA skilled workers in August. The news comes after Home Secretary Sajid Javid decided to remove NHS doctors and nurses from the annual 20,700 limit. The cap had left thousands of skilled overseas workers unable to accept UK job offers.

Have you been sold a rip-off will?

You may have seen some disturbing reports in the press recently about rip-off wills from banks. Many families have lost thousands after being sold rip-off wills with unfair T&Cs buried within the small print. It’s thought that about 1.5 million people may have been sold the wills.