Latest News

Latest News


medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Medical negligence solicitors Coles Miller report a number of clients travelling abroad for hospital care to avoid using the NHS.

Some clients have gone to France, Poland and Latvia for medical care in preference to British hospitals.

leasehold solicitor Matthew LewisTwo recent tribunal decisions involving service charge disputes are a timely reminder to landlords to comply with lease conditions when collecting payments, warn Dorset solicitors Coles Miller.

Both cases involved payments of service charges in relation to long leases. They reinforce the importance of landlords carefully following their lease when seeking to recover service charge costs from tenants.

family law solicitor Emma Hamilton Cole

Family law solicitors at Coles Miller are helping parents to make Christmas more enjoyable for children affected by divorce or separation.

Divorce solicitors and mediators at the Dorset law firm are using their legal expertise and experience to help separated parents co-ordinate Christmas children arrangements.

personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack

Personal injury solicitors Coles Miller are gearing up for a busy New Year ahead of a predicted surge in accidents in the run-up to Christmas.

Accidents rise by up to 15 per cent at this time of year - usually resulting in a large number of claims in January, reports Coles Miller.

James Cain - Solicitor, Coles Miller

Getting planning permission for wind turbines will become harder as the best sites get snapped up, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Smaller schemes are likely to be the way forward following public concerns over large scale wind farms, says the firm’s specialist planning team.

personal injury solicitor Adrian CormackPersonal injury solicitors Coles Miller are backing a new blind cord safety campaign after 27 child deaths in 14 years.

Lawyers at the Dorset firm are supporting the Daily Echo newspaper’s Legacy for Lucy campaign.

family law solicitor Emma Hamilton Cole

Separating couples are being encouraged to have a less acrimonious attitude to divorce after the latest Legal Aid cuts, report Coles Miller Solicitors ahead of Family Dispute Resolution Week.

Large numbers of divorcing couples previously eligible for Legal Aid now have to pay their own costs ­ making them less likely to go to court.

Neil Andrews - Partner, Coles MillerVictims of interest rate swap mis-selling should take legal advice as soon as possible before the statute of limitation expires, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.

Companies have six years to issue a claim but most of the products were sold between 2005 and 2008.

medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Medical negligence victims could find it easier to succeed in compensation claims after hospital inspectors cast doubts on the accuracy of medical records, say solicitors at Coles Miller.

Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors discovered inaccuracies (1) in cancer waiting times data at Colchester General Hospital in Essex.


Make An Enquiry

As a company Coles Miller have been very supportive of which I am grateful to all those involved.