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Garstang: 01995 602 129 
Lancaster: 01524 581 306 

Posts from September 2018

Everyone who wants to be properly compensated for the injuries that they have suffered, whether through someone else’s negligence in a medical capacity, an accident at work, or road traffic accident, deserves the best advice and guidance. If you are looking for Lancaster solicitors who specialise in Personal Injury Lancaster, then look no further. MG Legal’s expert team have over 80 years’ experience dealing with a range of Personal Injury claims and are on-hand to give you the advice that you need. 
At MG Legal, we understand that there are many different things to consider when progressing through the conveyancing process. Your solicitors in Preston, Lancashire, are on hand to discuss the importance of Building Regulations. 
Most accidents are, by their very nature unforeseen – and therefore they come with no warning. This can render any victims unprepared on how to deal with the repercussions, and confused on what to do next. When you or a loved one is involved in an accident that left you injured, you will need to make quick decisions. You will need to ask a few things to the lawyers in Preston. 
If you are injured, you should consider getting treatment immediately after sustaining any injury. Additionally, you should seek legal advice so you can advice from lawyers in Preston, MG Legal, who can help you to get the best compensation. But, how can you make sure that you are working with good lawyers in Preston? MG Legal’s expert team have over 20 years’ experience in dealing with claims for compensation for all types of personal injury claims. Here are the questions that you need to know the answers to:- 
Recent changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax system have produced massive benefits to first time buyers, with a total exemption of paying any SDLT on properties under £300,000.00 (See our ‘First Time Buyers – A Helping Hand’ blog for more information). Taking a different view, there are now questions as to the effects on those purchasing second properties, and many are questioning there is a need for review. 
Many people purchase second properties as an investment opportunity to be used as buy-to-lets, with others purchasing additional property for holiday home purposes and leisure. Records indicate that since the year 2000 the number of people purchasing more than one additional property has increased by 30%.  
But is this enough for our economy, and what are the effects? 


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