In the UK, 3.5 million people live in homes that are not connected to the main sewage network.
We are very pleased to announce that we have received another set of excellent rankings in the 2020 edition of the Chambers and Partners Guide to leading UK lawyers.
We are proud and delighted to announce that Attwaters Jameson Hill has achieved another impressive set of results in this year’s Legal 500 directory.
We are very pleased to announce that we have recently welcomed two new members of staff to further boost the specialist expertise of our Residential Property team.
We are delighted to welcome a new team member to Attwaters Jameson Hill, Belinda Strange, who has joined us as an Associate in our Family Law department.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of three of our highly-valued associates who have become partners of the firm.
Verdict of ‘accidental death’ at Inquest into the death of Blackberry Hill inpatient, Christopher Dunning
The Jury at the Inquest into the death of Christopher Dunning, a mental health care inpatient at Blackberry Hill hospital in Bristol who absconded during a period of unescorted leave and was later found dead at an address in Weston-super-Mare on 28 January 2018, has returned a verdict of accidental death. The Inquest opened on 1 July and concluded on 5 July.
Following the release of the Global 100 2019 results, we are delighted to have received recognition in the category of Law Firm of the Year – Trust & Estate – United Kingdom.
Congratulations to Joyti Henchie, our Head of Family Law, for inclusion in the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom.
Every year, more than 3,500 mothers experience a stillbirth, a terrible tragedy for any family to bear. But discovering that the loss of their child was avoidable makes it even more heartbreaking for parents and their loved ones. In this sad case, we were instructed in a clinical negligence claim arising from the stillbirth of our client’s son in September 2017. Unfortunately, the stillbirth occurred in June 2014, and as there is a statutory limit of three years to start a compensation claim for stillbirth negligence, on the face of it the time limit had expired.