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Dallas McMillan

Dallas McMillan

A leading corporate and commercial law practice based in Glasgow, Scotland, we deliver high quality legal services to clients across the United Kingdom and beyond with our international capabilities. Contact us today on 0141 333 6750.

A Perthshire farming business has been fined for safety failings after a worker was injured when he fell through a roof light of a cattle barn.

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Transport safety campaigners are calling on the European Union to accelerate progress in reducing the number of people killed in cars every year in the EU, as new research shows 12,345 car occupants were fatally injured in 2012.

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A draft Bill designed to give doctors in England and Wales the freedom to practise innovative medicine on patients is both dangerous and unnecessary, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has said in response to a Government consultation.

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As many as 30% of young drivers (aged 18-25) admit to breaking the law during their first few years on the road, according to a poll by Vision Critical and road safety charity the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).

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Workplace compensation cases have fallen by more than 50% in the last decade, according to a new joint report by the TUC and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

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The Scottish Government has recently published its report on the consultation it carried out on recommendations for no-fault compensation in Scotland for injuries resulting from clinical treatment.

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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is consulting on proposals to replace the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007).

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The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has hailed the result of a ballot by the European Parliament to allow mandatory safety requirements for new lorries.

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A scaffolding firm has been fined after a painter and decorator was injured when he fell through an unprotected ladder opening on scaffolding at a block of flats in Hemel Hempstead.

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A disabled passenger has lost his legal bid for compensation for injury to feelings over the way he was treated by Thomas Cook staff on a flight to Zante in 2008.

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New research has revealed that ‘Accident Anxiety’ is prevalent on Britain’s roads, with 79% of drivers describing themselves as worried about driving – hardly surprising with 29 million feeling a crash is just around the corner.

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The family of a Renfrewshire man who was hit by a car and fatally injured have been awarded around £100,000 in damages at the Court of Session, reports the Scotsman.

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An Aberdeen-based demolition firm has been fined for safety failings after a worker was seriously injured by falling cast iron guttering.

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The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee recently published its report into maternity services in England.

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Since it became compulsory to wear seat belts in the front seat on 31st January 1983, fatalities in vehicles have fallen to an all-time low, say the RAC.

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We were recently instructed by Mrs X following an accident which occurred within a national retailer’s premises. Mrs X sustained injury through the negligence of the retailer who had used defective equipment within their store. The case had previously been with another firm of solicitors who withdrew from acting for her after liability was denied by the store.

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An overhaul of guidance on working at height is being launched as part of the Government’s long-term economic plan to abolish or improve outdated, burdensome or over-complicated regulations that waste businesses’ time and money.

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A Scottish health board has recently been fined for a health and safety failing which lead to several workers being exposed to the dangerous substance over a period of 7 seven years.

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A Sheriff Principal has recently ruled that courts can grant authorisation to a solicitor to execute a will on behalf of an adult with incapacity where there is sufficient evidence that the Adult had capacity when the testamentary writing was drafted.

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Tougher penalties for employers who fail to fulfil their duties in protecting employees from injury and illness should be welcomed, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has said.

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