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.

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.

Deletion of records from Police systems

The general rule in law is that if someone is arrested, whether or not they are charged with a criminal offence, details of their arrest, along with their photograph and any samples taken e.g. fingerprints and DNA, are stored on Police databases.

How often should you update your will?

Does your will as it currently stands still accurately reflect your wishes? A lot of people tend to write a will and then forget about it, even if significant events have actually rendered aspects of it invalid or no longer appropriate.