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Taking on Insurance Companies in Court

In what might seem a David v Goliath battle, the litigation solicitors at Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers are taking on the insurance giants, Toyota Motor Insurance, on behalf of a client whose car insurance claim was rejected when his new car was...

SMEs stand to gain £1000s in Pandemic Business Insurance Pay-outs

SME’s impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic now have an insurance lifeline thanks to a recent Supreme Court decision which could see a surge in pay-outs and may keep some businesses afloat. Business Interruption Insurance Case The Financial Conduct...

Business Reputation and Online Reviews

Business reputation is important but can be quickly damaged with subsequent financial losses if online review platforms provide negative feedback. In some cases if the feedback is unfair and misleading it can be challenged. If a call to the client or...

Does Brexit change Consumer Rights?

Now that the UK has left the EU some of you may be wondering how it affects consumer rights and the way consumer disputes are handled? Although many consumer rights are based on long outstanding EU directives most of them have already been incorporated...

Legislation relief for landlords and tenants this Christmas

A double dose of legislation means landlords with long-term rent arrears can now pursue tenants, but in other rulings tenants can also relax as a moratorium on evictions is in place until at least mid January. Landlord and tenant rent arrears Some...