Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

120,950 Right to buy house purchases in Northern Ireland since 1982

120,950 Right to buy house purchases in Northern Ireland since 1982

By Lauren Burns New figures have been released in respect of the Right to Buy scheme in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, revealing that 120,950 former social housing... Read more

Compensation win secured for young girl bitten by a dog

Our personal injury specialists have reached a settlement for our client, a young girl who was bitten by a dog. The young girl was visiting the stables where her horse was... Read more

Compensation win for client who had an IUCD coil fitted incorrectly

Our clinical negligence specialists have reached a settlement for our client who was not properly informed of the risks involved in having an intrauterine device (IUD), also known as intrauterine... Read more

Make a Will in March and our fee goes to NI Hospice

By Lenore Rice Wilson Nesbitt is delighted to be taking part in 'Make a Will month' in support of the Northern Ireland Hospice throughout the month of March. Simply contact us to... Read more

Demand for commercial property in Northern Ireland increases

By Neil Logan The demand for commercial property in Northern Ireland increased during the last quarter according to the recent RICS and Ulster Bank Commercial Market Survey, with the office and... Read more

Compensation win for elderly man hit by a vehicle while gardening

Our Personal Injury Specialists have reached a settlement for our client who was gardening when a driver failed to see him and knocked him over. The client was working at... Read more

Compensation win secures £80k damages for young girl injured at play park

The young girl was attending a birthday party at a play park. She went down the slide and her leg was badly impaled by a picnic bench which was installed... Read more

We’re taking part in Free Wills Month in support of Marie Curie

By Lenore Rice We are delighted to be taking part in the ‘Free Will month’ scheme in support of Marie Curie throughout the month of March. Free Wills month supports 55 different... Read more

Some tips on making divorce proceedings more amicable

By Lenore Rice While news articles on divorce tend to focus on high profile splits and drawn-out court battles over money and custody of children, the majority of divorces in Northern... Read more

Justice Secretary queries value of short jail term sentences

By Gary Adair The justice secretary David Gauke has suggested that there is a strong argument for abolishing jail terms of less than 6 months in favour of an approach that... Read more