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Police failure storing sexual assault victims’ samples

Police failure storing sexual assault victims’ samples

I am currently representing a client in a claim against Bedfordshire Police. For the purposes of this ongoing sensitive case,

Posted in Actions Against the Police

Ground-breaking Judgment for Data Breach Claims

Ground-breaking Judgment for Data Breach Claims

Before 2018, if someone had their data breached, they would have to prove how this privacy violation has affected them.

Posted in GDPR

Faulty handcuffs lead to successful PI claim

Faulty handcuffs lead to successful PI claim

Essex man arrested with faulty handcuffs resulting in the fire service having to set him free In the very late

Posted in AAP Case Reports

What Are The Awards in a Data Breach Case?

What Are The Awards in a Data Breach Case?

Why can I be compensated? As your Solicitor, our role is to help you obtain financial compensation which is owed

Posted in GDPR

The Law in Data Breach Cases

The Law in Data Breach Cases

What is the Law? The Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998 was the legislation which governed how data should be stored

Posted in GDPR

Stephen Irving 1952 -2019

Stephen Irving 1952 -2019

Our founding Partner passed away on Sunday 13.10.2019 peacefully in his sleep and on his terms after a six-year fight

Posted in our-news

Client successfully sues NPS following admin error

Client successfully sues NPS following admin error

Along with claims against the Police, Irvings Law also represents clients who have suffered a loss from errors by other

Posted in AAP Case Reports

Avoidable Amputations – the right diagnosis is key

Avoidable Amputations – the right diagnosis is key

The loss of a limb can have devastating effects on both patients and their families. In some instances this outcome

Posted in our-news

Derbyshire Constabulary Inspector ‘cocky and unprofessional’

Derbyshire Constabulary Inspector ‘cocky and unprofessional’

justice

I have recently successfully represented a professional and hard-working man, Mr Gareth Clark. Mr Clark was Falsely Imprisoned and Assaulted

Posted in AAP Case Reports

Time Limits for Bringing Police Claims

Time Limits for Bringing Police Claims

justice

There are strict time limits (aka Limitation Periods) that apply when bringing civil actions against the Police as enforced by

Posted in Actions Against the Police

What are the Awards in Successful Police Claims?

What are the Awards in Successful Police Claims?

tort

Claims against the Police are brought on the basis of the law of tort which deals specifically with civil wrongs.

Posted in Actions Against the Police

The Law in Claims Against the Police

The Law in Claims Against the Police

falseimprisonment

The usual civil actions that brought against the Police are discussed as follows: False Imprisonment False Imprisonment (aka wrongful/unlawful/false arrest)

Posted in Actions Against the Police

Police Complaints

Police Complaints

policecomplaints

Although civil claims can be brought against the Police, you can also lodge a complaint before the same commences in

Posted in Actions Against the Police

Funding Options re: Police Claims at Irvings Law

Funding Options re: Police Claims at Irvings Law

If we believe that your case has prospects of succeeding, we will offer funding options to you and should you

Posted in Actions Against the Police

Elderly Law Care

Elderly Law Care

There is barely a week goes by without an article in the news about the care sector and the difficult

Posted in our-news

Randox Scandal

Randox Scandal

It is shocking to learn that more than around 10,000 criminal cases may have been affected by alleged manipulation at

Posted in Actions Against the Police

Mesh repairs, a fix that causes more problems?

Mesh repairs, a fix that causes more problems?

Across the UK, cases of mesh repairs that have caused chronic symptoms are increasingly becoming known. The complications women have

Posted in our-news

Up to 100 maternity care cases under review

Up to 100 maternity care cases under review

Up to 100 maternity care cases under review at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. Initial concerns were raised that in

Posted in our-news

Hospital delay leads to amputation

Hospital delay leads to amputation

Sandra was admitted to hospital on a bank holiday weekend after suffering with a ‘pins and needles’ feeling in her

Posted in our-news

Case study for Divorce pension resettlement

Case study for Divorce pension resettlement

Sarah went through a messy divorce with her ex-husband and instructed solicitors to advise her through the divorce proceedings. In

Posted in our-news
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