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personal injury solicitor Adrian CormackRoad accident victims are now more likely to survive devastating head injuries and need decades of specialist care during their lives, say personal injury solicitors at Coles Miller.

But government spending cuts mean that victims are now less likely to get that care after leaving hospital ­ leaving family carers to cope as best they can with the help of charities.

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Andy Hooper 25 June 2013 (Summary)A sun blessed evening on Poole Quay ensured around 1200 bikers were able to park up and enjoy the UK’s biggest and best weekly motorcycle event, Coles Miller Dream Machines.

commercial solicitor Neil AndrewsChanges to employment law coming into force in July will make it harder for employees to take legal action, say Coles Miller Solicitors.

The new rules could also make it easier for employers to pay less compensation when they dismiss employees unfairly.
 

medical negligence solicitor David SimpsonColes Miller Solicitors have seen a doubling of their clinical negligence caseload over the last 12 months ­ creating two new jobs with further expansion predicted.

The firm’s specialist medical negligence solicitors report a dramatic increase in their workload as more people take legal action against hospitals and GPs.
 

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Keith Bussell 18 June 2013 (Summary)Another sunny evening on Poole Quay ensured almost 800 bikers were able to park up and enjoy the UK’s biggest and best weekly motorcycle event, Coles Miller Dream Machines.

Emma Hamilton Cole - Partner, Coles MillerCompany directors are being urged to consider prenuptial agreements to protect their corporate assets after a landmark divorce case ruling in the UK Supreme Court.

Family law solicitors Coles Miller are warning company owners and critical decision makers to review their situation after the court’s ruling in the Prest v Petrodel appeal.

Anthony Weber - Beware of Roague Willwriters

Wills and probate solicitors at Coles Miller LLP are urging people to beware of door-to-door will writers after a Poole couple were charged 16 times the normal rate for two wills.

The Branksome couple are locked into a five-year contract that will cost them £3,200 over five years after signing up for two wills offered by an unregulated door-to-door salesman.
 

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Henrik Christensen 11 June 2013 (Summary)Luckily the rain held off in the afternoon and the sun made a late appearance for Week 10 of the Coles Miller Dream Machines, ensuring a few hundred bikers parked up on Poole Quay. We had a few newcomers to the event which is always encouraging.

Coles Miller Dream Machines - Winner Mike Dixon 04 June 2013After the disappointing weather last week, Poole Quay was blessed with a dry and warm summers evening for Week 9 of the Coles Miller Solicitors Dream Machines. Around 1500 bikers attended with many spectators enjoying the atmosphere, resulting in the busiest night for a couple of seasons.

Lewis Manning Make A Will FortnightDorset Solicitors Coles Miller are proud and delighted to be supporting the Lewis-Manning Hospice Make a Will Fortnight which will run from 10 -­ 21 June 2013. 

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