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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow

Added 06th July, 2018

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Bridge McFarland recover damages of £173,000 for prison officer who developed tennis elbow following repetitive opening and closing of cell doors.

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Disciplining for sickness absence may amount to disability discrimination

Added 05th July, 2018

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Managing sickness absence is a frequent challenge for employers. A common method of encouraging better attendance levels is to have a policy that provides for disciplinary warnings to be issued when an employee has a certain number of absences in a particular period. However, in the recent case of DL Insurance Services v O’Connor the Employment Appeal Tribunal highlighted the risks of applying automatic “trigger points” for disciplinary action in the case of sickness absence.

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Bridge McFarland Announce New Charities for the Coming Year

Added 12th June, 2018

Following a record breaking year of charity fundraising (May 2017-April 2018) that saw over £20,000 raised, staff at Bridge McFarland Solicitors are determined to match that amount again in the year to come. » Read More

Bridge McFarland secure damages of £30,000 for family of Asbestos Stricken Second World War Worker

Added 11th June, 2018

Bridge McFarland Solicitors have recently secured damages of £30,000 for the family of Kenneth Bradley who sadly passed away on 6th March 2012 after contracting mesothelioma as a result of his historical working conditions. » Read More

New Partner Appointments Announced

Added 25th May, 2018

Two Experienced Solicitors have been invited to join the Partnership at Bridge McFarland, which has offices across Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. » Read More

Lincolnshire farming brothers fined following potato grading machine accident

Added 22nd May, 2018

A farm worker was left with serious injuries following an accident that occurred whilst cleaning and emptying a potato grading machine. » Read More

Law Firm Celebrates Record Year for Charity

Added 14th May, 2018

A regional law firm based in Lincolnshire and North Yorkshire is celebrating a successful year of charity fundraising. Staff set out an initial fundraising target of £13,000, but thanks to a great deal of hard work this target has been exceeded with a record breaking £20,045 donated to charity in their financial year running May 2017 - April 2018. » Read More

Landmark ruling gives new hope to people affected by exposure to asbestos

Added 03rd May, 2018

Workers and their families affected by exposure to asbestos have been given new hope by a landmark ruling from the Court of Appeal. The outcome means that thousands of potential victims of asbestos-related illnesses could now have grounds for a claim which would previously have been unsuccessful. » Read More

 

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