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Leigh Day is a law firm practically unique in giving legal advice solely to individuals. The firm’s experience includes fighting for human rights in this country and overseas, claims for compensation for illness and injury as well as employment rights for individuals who may have been discriminated against or not paid what they earned.

Within these teams are experts on a wide range of specific issues and whilst our news section can keep you up to date with our cases and our comments on the news, this blog is intended for longer posts, written by our experts, so that they can give their views on current topics, or those issues which they are dealing with for clients. We hope you find them interesting and that if you do you’ll share them on social media or simply with those you feel may be affected by the issues raised.

Latest blog posts

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Cyclist In traffic

Handle It Right Part 1: what to do after a cycling accident

A cycling accident can cause shock and trauma, and you might not know what to do next. Jane Bedford, one of Leigh Day’s personal injury solicitors, explains what to do immediately after an accident.

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Anonymous Person Abuse
Human rights Abuse Settlement

Josephine Whitehouse and Amy Chater explain the value of personal injury trusts to survivors of abuse

Survivors of abuse may find themselves in receipt of money following a successful civil compensation claim or application to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). Setting up a personal injury trust to hold the funds can be a helpful way to manage the money.

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Young Black Supermarket Worker
Consumer Competition law

Supermarket sustainability agreements –NGOs are reassured the risks to consumers are low

Niamh Kelly discusses recent guidance issued by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on ‘sustainability agreements’, which must generate green benefits without hurting consumers.