McHale & Co. Solicitors Blog

On 6 April 2017 the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the long-awaited case involving Jon Platt and the Isle of Wight Council (“the Council”), bringing to an end Mr Platt’s battle over his refusal to pay a fine for taking his daughter out of …

Categories: Civil Litigation

The Acts, as the name suggests, give rights to third parties against insurers, where the insured has been subject to an insolvency event, such as liquidation or bankruptcy. They, in effect, create a bridge between the third party and the insurer, ov…

The Act represents one of the most significant pieces of legislation in recent years. Since the invention of insurance, insurers have relied upon breaches of warranties and condition precedents to avoid an entire insurance policy and making payment …

We were instructed by a local Altrincham taxi firm in relation to a contractual dispute with their supplier of the radio equipment, computers and systems which assisted them in their work.

Categories: Civil Litigation

We have successfully acted for a client whose mother sadly passed away 2 years ago.

Categories: Civil Litigation

Heather Ilott, an only child, eloped at the age of 17, with her future and current husband, from the family home, where she lived with her mother, Melita Jackson.

After 5 months deliberation, yesterday the Supreme Court handed down the long awaited decision in the case of Coventry v Lawrence. The claimants brought a nuisance action against the defendant in respect of the noise generated by motor sports cond…

Categories: Civil Litigation

Adam Horner recently acted for two clients who’s flight was delayed by 5 hours and secured them £443 each.

Categories: Civil Litigation
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