DAS Law blog

Our blog on the law

We know that not everybody understands the law as fully as us, so that's why we built a helpful blog. Our blog is the place where our lawyers share their knowledge to give you a better understanding of your rights on many everyday legal topics.

Jargon-free legal information

Our legal experts pick topical subjects and help demystify the relevant law using language people understand. Some of our blogs are even based loosely on the cases our solicitors handle. We must be doing something right because our blog receives over a million hits a year!

How to use the DAS Law blog

Simply select an area of the law below, then open the blog articles that take your interest.

We add new articles on a regular basis, so come back from time to time, and feel free to share them on social media.

Categories

  • Accidents at work
  • Employee disputes
  • Employment disputes
  • Family disputes
  • General advice
  • Goods & services disputes
  • Growing your business
  • Holiday disputes
  • News
  • Personal injury services
  • Personal services
  • Professional services dispute
  • Property disputes
  • Protecting your business
  • Road traffic accidents
  • Setting up a business
News DAS Law transforms online presence

Bristol-based DAS Law has launched a new corporate website to enhance its online presence.

May 2018 Learn more
Day Out Disaster – What happens if your little darling damages a precious work of art?

The recent news that a family were hit with a £100,000 bill after their toddler damaged a work of art will send shivers down the spine of families across the country who are planning their days out over the summer.

June 2018 Learn more
Children’s parties - when merriment turns to misery

What happens if things go wrong and someone is injured at a party? Are parents and guardians legally responsible for making sure the venue is safe?

June 2018 Learn more
Property disputes , General advice What to do if a car blocks your driveway

What action can you take if someone parks outside your home and goes on holiday?

June 2018 Learn more
How to recover bad debts from customers

Overdue debts can cause serious cash-flow issues for your business.

June 2018 Learn more
Guide to making a small claims court claim

Our guide through the process of making a claim in the small claims court, from the issuing of the N1 claim form to the appeal and enforcement.

June 2018 Learn more
Goods & services disputes , General advice How to deal with ticket touts

Recently the Advertising Standards Authority took action against four of the main secondary ticketing websites after finding that they were not transparent with consumers about additional fees and charges.

June 2018 Learn more
Rules & Regulations for the Self-Employed

It can sometimes be difficult to tell whether you are classed as self-employed or employed in the UK as it is possible to be self-employed and work for a single employer.

June 2018 Learn more
Let’s get this royal street party started!

You may not have received an invitation to the royal wedding, but that doesn’t mean you and your neighbours can’t have your own party and join in the celebrations for Harry and Meghan’s big day.

May 2018 Learn more
Goods & services disputes , General advice How can I fight a parking ticket?

There are a number of important differences between parking tickets from the local council and those enforced by private companies. DAS Law has the lowdown on parking tickets and tells you how to pursue a dispute and avoid paying penalty charges.

May 2018 Learn more
Growing your business , Protecting your business , Setting up a business Sole traders - legal requirements for setting up and trading

Sole traders can take on more risk than other business structures, but with the promise of greater reward.

May 2018 Learn more
General advice Your precious pooch could land you in the pound

What if your dog isn’t as well behaved as the show dogs? Can man’s best friend get you in trouble with the law? Sarah Garner, solicitor from DAS Law, tells you what you need to know.

March 2018 Learn more