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Kerry Houston-Kypta - Partner and Head of Commercial PropertyExpanding law firm Coles Miller has announced a number of key appointments to its team of expert solicitors.

family law solicitor Emma Hamilton Cole

Growing numbers of couples are enquiring about prenuptial agreements, report family law solicitors Coles Miller.

Demand for ‘prenups’ has been rising steadily ­ even before the legal changes being discussed by the government.

commercial property solicitor Kerry Houston-KyptaIncreasing levels of business activity across the South have prompted Dorset law firm Coles Miller to expand its specialist commercial property team.

Coles Miller has recruited highly experienced commercial property solicitor Kerry Houston-Kypta to meet rising demand from industry, developers, investors, landlords and tenants.

Lee Taylor

Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are backing Dorset safety village LV= Streetwise with the development of an interactive road safety competition aimed at school children. 

Budding game designers could see their work come to life in a competition being launched this week.

personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack

Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are urging drivers to slow down after a spate of pedestrian accident compensation claims.

Lawyers at the firm are dealing with increasing numbers of claims involving pedestrians who have been hit by cars or other vehicles.

medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Increasing use of locum doctors in NHS Accident & Emergency units is “worrying” and could endanger patients, warn medical negligence solicitors Coles Miller.

High use of locum doctors by a hospital or GP surgery is one of the warning signs that clinical negligence lawyers watch for when they investigate cases.

James Cain - Solicitor, Coles MillerDevelopers planning to build in flood risk areas could be more likely to face extra Community Infrastructure Levy charges, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Stalemate in the national debate over who pays for anti-flood measures could prompt local authorities to take matters into their own hands ­ and pass some of the cost on to developers, it is feared.

commercial solicitor Neil Andrews

Companies that fail to implement a workplace social media policy risk losing large tranches of business when employees leave, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.

Employers with no social media policy are more likely to face expensive courtroom legal bills and less likely to win their case, say the lawyers.

Bournemouth wills solicitor Stuart Bradford

Families should use the New Year as the perfect opportunity to make or review their wills, say solicitors Coles Miller.

Continually putting off this vital task benefits no-one but the Government which stands to gain the assets of those who die without beneficiaries.


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