Privacy

Published on 21 March 2011 by admin in Privacy

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs are able to advise you and act quickly to protect your privacy or take action after a breach of confidence. Our Lawyers are able to make an application to the court for an injunction and stop the spread of damaging information. If you require urgent advice on a claim for privacy then [...]

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Conveyancing Negligence

Published on 06 March 2011 by admin in blog

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Armstrongs writes as to conveyancing negligence and holding your property as to joint tenants or tenants in common. If you require advice as to conveyancing negligence then fill in one of our enquiry forms below. The importance of proper advice being given by Solicitors and parties taking advice when purchasing a property was illustrated in [...]

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Northwest Cancer Research

Published on 05 March 2011 by admin in blog

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  Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs held  a charity day in aid of North West Cancer Research . Over 40 of the staff baked a variety of cakes and made home made Jams and Chutneys for sale. A raffle was held with prizes ranging from an Easter egg hamper to an extra days leave to the lucky [...]

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Commercial Rent Recovery

Published on 19 December 2010 by admin in blog

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs writes as to Commercial Rent Recovery and  what options are available  to recover rent arrears if a Commercial Tenant has not paid his rent. If you have a commercial rent recovery enquiry or any property litigation matter then call us on 0151 236 3737 or fill in an on line enquiry form [...]

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Malicious Falsehood: A Guide

Published on 15 December 2010 by admin in blog

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs writes as to Malicious Falsehood. If you have an enquiry on malicious falshood or Libel or Slander call Armstrongs or fill in the enquiry form at the bottom of the page. What is Malicious Falsehood? It is law which exists to protect against statements which aren’t in themselves Defamatory but are still [...]

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Liverpool Defamation Solicitors Armstrongs writes as to Internet Defamation and pressure to reform Libel Laws. Yahoo Facebook and AOL have combined to  exert influence on the new  Conservative government and its reform of Libel Laws. The organisations complain that they should not be required to Police on line forums. This they said should be left [...]

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Solicitors Negligence: Levicom v Linklaters

Published on 12 December 2010 by admin in blog

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs writes as to a recent Solicitors Negligence claim in the Court of Appeal. Levicom appealed to the Court of Appeal as to the lower courts decision which had been that although Linklaters  negligently advised  Levicom, the claimant had not suffered damage as they would have proceeded in any event in the same [...]

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Professional Negligence Lawyers Association

Published on 02 December 2010 by admin in blog

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs has become a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers association. They said, “Armstrongs has developed a fantastic reputation both in the North West and Nationwide in the field of Professional Negligence.  Being a member of the association means that it will offer us fantastic opportunities for the exchange of ideas, education and lobbying for changes in the law. We have had over 2000 [...]

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Solicitor Negligence Loss of Credit Rating.

Published on 02 December 2010 by admin in blog

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs has  received a number of enquiries as to solicitor negligence claims against solicitors arising out of negligent advice given as to PPI, credit cards and loan agreements and subsequent loss of credit record/rating. You will recall that about two years ago there was a flurry of claims against the banks arising out [...]

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Defamation Proceedings : Twitter

Published on 26 November 2010 by admin in blog

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The High court has held in defamation proceedings that a claim could proceed to trial despite few people following the Tweet. The former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns proceeded with  a claim alleging that 100 people had read the tweet which alleged that the former New Zealand cricketer  had accused him of match fixing and [...]

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Armstrongs have launched a Smartphone Mobile version of their website. The new version is available on iPhone, ipad ,itouch, Google Android, Blackberry Storm and Torch, Palm Pre and other touch based Smartphones. Armstrongs said: “It is important that our clients are able to read any latest news about Armstrongs or developments in the law or [...]

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Armstrongs have a dedicated unit which deals with solicitors negligence claims. What is the procedure if you instruct Armstrong’s to deal with your negligence claim? The  Pre-Action Protocol for claims against professionals is designed to enable Claimants to settle a claim without having to issue a claim .  If you have a claim against a [...]

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Liverpool Solicitors Armstrongs succeeded in a defamation claim brought by Mark Bridger against the Crown Prosecution Service. Armstrongs commented, “This is another high profile win for the Defamation team and establishes Armstrongs as a leading advisor on Defamation proceedings after a number of recent successful libel cases. The claim arose out of an email of [...]

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Residents and investors whose lives were turned upside down when a 200ft crane smashed into a Liverpool city centre apartment block have suffered a “year of hell”. For many of those who were in the Chandler’s Wharf development when the incident happened last July, they continue to suffer from stress and mental trauma. Meanwhile, some [...]

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Libel Solicitors Armstrongs have succeeded in another Libel claim . A cancer stricken father-of-three has been awarded £8,000 compensation after being falsely accused of being a criminal by a TV psychic. Housebound Brennan Clemance was horrified when he watched the programme, broadcast as part of the Psychic Academy on the Bio channel in July last [...]

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It might not quite be the World Cup, but victory tasted just as sweet for Armstrongs Solicitors’ football team. The Old Hall Street-based firm, which specialises in professional negligence and personal injury, has just secured promotion to Division 1 of the Merseyside Solicitors League. The team scored a number of notable victories during the season [...]

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A Kirkby woman has won ₤8,000 after succeeded in her professional negligence claim after  suing an advice centre who bungled her claim for unfair dismissal by pursuing the wrong company. Payroll administrator Christine Bigley, 23, brought the action against Merseyside Employment Law after discovering her award for unfair dismissal against a previous employer was unenforceable [...]

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Charity Fundraising On Track

Published on 12 May 2010 by admin in blog

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Armstrongs Solicitors is on track to raise £10,000 for its chosen charity, North West Cancer Research Fund (NWCRF), following a weekend of successful fundraising activity. Two members of staff donned their running shoes and successfully completed the Liverpool Women’s 10k run in Sefton Park on Sunday. While other Armstrongs employees organised a tombola giveaway in [...]

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Jones v Kaney [2010] EWHC 61 (QB) – Professional negligence claim against expert witness This case concerns the expert witness immunity rule which provides protection from a civil action to experts who give evidence and prepare reports for court purposes on the basis of public policy. Facts: The Claimant had previously pursued a claim for [...]

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Claiming Against Insolvent Defendants

Published on 13 April 2010 by admin in Legal News

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Personal Injury – Claiming against Insolvent Defendants A bill making it easier to claim compensation from Insolvent Defendants, became an Act of Parliament on the 25th March 2010. The Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Bill has completed its progress through parliament in only 4 months. Prior to the implementation of this new bill it was [...]

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