Category Archives: Legal

Considering alternative paths for Access to Justice in the future – Roberts Jackson open the door to Mediation

[breadcrumb] Considering alternative paths for Access to Justice in the future – Roberts Jackson open the door to Mediation Three of Roberts Jackson’s most experienced solicitors have added a new string to their bow. After training at UCLAN (The University of Central Lancashire) in Preston, Brian Robinson, Nimish Patel and Sam Harris are now qualified […]

Landmark workplace hearing loss win for Opera House musician

[breadcrumb] Landmark workplace hearing loss win for Opera House musician In a decision that has sent shockwaves through the music industry, a judge has found that a viola player suffered ‘acoustic shock’ when rehearsing Wagner’s Die Walkure in 2012, and that the Royal Opera House is responsible for a £750,000 compensation claim. The ruling, the […]

Roberts Jackson shortlisted for national Client Care Award

[breadcrumb] Roberts Jackson shortlisted for national Client Care Award Roberts Jackson solicitors, the industrial disease experts, are delighted to announce that they are finalists in the Eclipse Proclaim Modern Law Awards 2017/18. The firm has been shortlisted for the Client Care Initiative of the Year, a category which is dear to the hearts of its […]

Roberts Jackson’s expertise recognised by leading legal research directory

[breadcrumb] Roberts Jackson’s expertise recognised by leading legal research directory Firm climbs to Tier 3 in Legal 500 Roberts Jackson, the industrial disease firm based in Wilmslow, has moved up the rankings in the Legal 500 for the second year running.  The Legal 500 research process involves interviews with clients and with peer law firms. […]

Innovative partnership between law firm and Barristers Chambers results in first In-House Barrister at Roberts Jackson

[breadcrumb] Innovative partnership between law firm and Barristers Chambers results in first In-House Barrister at Roberts Jackson Catherine Dent is celebrating the completion of her pupillage and becoming the first In-House Barrister at industrial disease specialists, Roberts Jackson. The firm launched the pupillage in October 2015 in partnership with leading Barristers’ Chambers, St John’s Buildings.  […]

Roberts Jackson CEO, Karen Jackson speaks about the Future of PI Practice at this year’s PI Futures conference

[breadcrumb] Roberts Jackson CEO, Karen Jackson speaks about the Future of PI Practice at this year’s PI Futures conference The 22nd September marked this year’s annual PI Futures conference organised by Legal Futures. Lawyers and industry experts from across the UK came to discuss and analyse the overall outlook on Personal Injury firms. The event […]

RSI Solicitor, Bill Singer, gives advice and insight into how upper limbs can be affected by the use of computer monitors

[breadcrumb] RSI Solicitor, Bill Singer, gives advice and insight into how upper limbs can be affected by the use of computer monitors Musculoskeletal problems affect thousands of workers across the UK every year, however, probably one of the most common forms are known as Upper Limb Disorders (ULD’s). ULD’s usually affect the neck, shoulders, arms, […]

Head of Roberts Jackson’s COSHH Department, Annabel Chadwick, gives advice and insight into Occupational Asthma & Dermatitis

[breadcrumb] Head of Roberts Jackson’s COSHH Department, Annabel Chadwick, gives advice and insight into Occupational Asthma & Dermatitis Occupational Asthma and Occupational Dermatitis are forms of industrial disease that are usually caused by a breach of what is known as The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH). COSHH is, in a nutshell, how your […]

Roberts Jackson Wins Landmark De Minimis Hearing Loss Case

[breadcrumb] Roberts Jackson Wins Landmark De Minimis Hearing Loss Case Roberts Jackson Solicitors assisted by barrister Henry Vanderpump of St John’s Buildings Chambers have recently won a case involving several issues that relate to the level of noise exposure their client had suffered throughout his working life. The Claimant had worked as an electrician at […]

Woman wins huge damages in cancer case related baby-talc

[breadcrumb] Woman wins huge damages in cancer case related baby-talc A woman from Alabama has won $72 million in damages after the state of Missouri ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay out. The lady unfortunately passed away last year from ovarian cancer however her family continued the claim for damages and have won the case […]