Richard Hamilton, head of the Davis Blank Furniss property team, discusses some of the most exciting property developments coming to Manchester in 2019 & beyond. View Richard’s profile. Being based in the centre of Manchester means we have the privilege of seeing our city grow on a daily basis. It’s currently a hive of cranes... Read the rest of this entry →
We are delighted to announce that Brigid O’Malley has joined our Family team as a solicitor. Brigid’s new role will see her acting on behalf of clients seeking advice and assistance in relation to family matters including divorce, civil partnership dissolution, nullity, domestic abuse, financial proceedings and children proceedings. She will be working closely with... Read the rest of this entry →
Davis Blank Furniss are proud to be located at the heart of Manchester City Centre with our excellent Deansgate offices, but we also have a branch based just off the main high street in the lovely little town of Glossop. On the outskirts of the Peak District National Park, Glossop is a market town that... Read the rest of this entry →
Kate Oldfield – Managing Partner and Head of Personal Injury – discusses sepsis and why time is of the essence for early diagnosis
According to a recent article in the Nursing Times, deaths from sepsis in hospital have risen by more than a third over the last two years. Staff shortages have been blamed together with hospital overcrowding. Unfortunately a large portion of the public do not recognise the symptoms which can lead to a delay in treatment. ... Read the rest of this entry →
Kate Oldfield – Managing Partner and Head of Personal Injury – discusses the recent tragic headlines surrounding allergic reactions to food products.
We have all been saddened by the recent headlines surrounding the death of two Pret A Manger customers. Both died after suffering an allergic reaction after eating a product. The first incident involved a 15 year old girl who died after eating a baguette in 2016. A second person is believed to have died from... Read the rest of this entry →