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medical negligence solicitor David Simpson

Patients and their families should be more ready to offer “constructive criticism” when the new regime of hospital inspections comes into force, suggest medical negligence solicitors Coles Miller.

Larger teams of inspectors will tour the wards but visits will be much shorter than at present so patients may have to be more vigilant, say the lawyers.

conveyancing solicitor Ruth Kerley

A Poole conveyancing solicitor is about to embark upon a mammoth week long trek across the Sahara all to raise money for Forest Holme Hospice in Poole.

On 8th November 2013 Poole conveyancing solicitor Ruth Kerley, a partner at Coles Miller Solicitors will join a team of 10 other Sahara trekkers all taking part in the inspiring 6 day trek across some of Africa’s most challenging terrain. 

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Paul Butler 03 September 2013 (Summary)Poole Quay was blessed with another evening of beautiful sunshine, as around 1,000 bikers parked up for the latest Coles Miller Dream Machines. 

whiplash solicitor Adrian CormackMany whiplash victims are failing to get proper treatment after their initial diagnosis at A&E, warn injury claims solicitors Coles Miller.

The injured victims are risking their long term health by failing to press for specialist follow up treatment by physiotherapists.

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Paul Revell 27 August 2013 (Summary)Poole Quay was blessed with another evening of beautiful sunshine, as around 1,000 bikers parked up for the latest Coles Miller Dream Machines. 

leasehold property solicitor Andrew HowardLease solicitors Coles Miller are warning flat owners and other leaseholders to check their legal documents after an important Court of Appeal ruling over service charges.

Three Lord Justices at the Court of Appeal unanimously ruled against tenants who are disputing a service change that will rise to more than £1 million per year for each of their properties.

Simon Steele-WilliamsA recent High Court judgment has reinforced the importance of applying the ‘golden rule’ in drawing up a will, warn Dorset probate solicitors Coles Miller.

For a will to be valid, the person making it must have sufficient mental capacity to understand the process and its consequences.

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Shaun Lagdon 20 August 2013 (Summary)Poole Quay was blessed with another evening of beautiful sunshine, as around 1,100 bikers parked up for the latest Coles Miller Dream Machines. 

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Nick Broughton 13 August 2013 (Summary)Poole Quay was blessed with another evening of beautiful sunshine, as around 1,000 bikers parked up for the latest Coles Miller Dream Machines. 

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