We can help with legal issues in a number of areas, including personal injuries, disputes over things you have bought, or problems at work.
Have a look to see how we can help, and how you can access our services.
Hear about some of the problems that we have helped to solve.
Running a business comes with enough challenges without the added complication of legal problems.
We could help you to deal with commercial and employee disputes, as well as helping you with the setting-up of your business.
We have helped many businesses with their legal issues.
DAS Law is part of a group that has been helping individuals and businesses get access to justice for over 40 years.
Our legal services are designed to be appropriate for your needs, with advice that is as clear and jargon-free as possible.
Our insights can help you learn more about everyday legal issues.
If you find yourself in need of help, legal expenses insurance (or LEI) could provide access to legal advice and provide cover for legal costs if your case goes to court.
Legal expenses insurance (or LEI) is a type of add-on insurance typically found when purchasing, general insurance policies such as home insurance, buildings insurance or motor policies.
Millions of people in the UK have a form of insurance that could cover the legal costs of many everyday issues. But not many people are aware of this. Find out how you could fund your legal problem with a legal expenses insurance policy.
We have created information pages on many legal problems that explain how we can help you, what you need to consider, what your funding options are and what you can do next.
Thank you so much for all your help with the unfair dismissal case
against my employer. I know I would not have got anywhere without your
I have never dealt with a law firm before so I didn’t know what to
expect. But I was kept fully informed throughout and emails were
Personal injury customer
I was extremely happy with my solicitor. He went above and beyond his
duty to make sure my claim was dealt with efficiently and with ease. I will
be recommending him to everyone!
I would like to say thank you very much for dealing with my claim for my accident and for your hard work in this matter. It is very much appreciated.
Thank you so much for everything. The work you did was
absolutely fantastic and the result is great. All the way from the beginning
you've been so helpful and supportive.
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A study by French researchers has highlighted some of the health risks faced by those working long hours. Sarah Garner, Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at the specific rules and regulations regarding the working day.
The UK Government has laws in place to combat ‘revenge porn’ and the sharing of private sexual materials with the intent to cause distress or financial gain, so what can you do if you find yourself in a similarly compromising situation?
What rights do you have if you don’t like your new hair style? Do you still have to pay if you didn’t give you the look you wanted?
National Surveillance Camera Day has raised many important issues regarding the role of surveillance cameras in modern Britain. One particularly controversial topic is the use of facial recognition software to spot criminals.
DAS Law Senior Associate and Legal Executive Tessa Faverty considers this crucial question, drawing on her professional expertise, and personal experience.
A recent ban on working from home at BNY Mellon raised questions about what an employee’s rights are when it comes to working from home.
The summer holidays are fast approaching and the allure of cheaper holidays during term time is rising. However, schools are taking a much harder line when it comes to issuing fines to parents who take children out of school early.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 will bring in controls around the fees paid by tenants in the private rental sector and a cap on tenancy deposits. Keira Brown takes a look at the key changes.
Millions of motorists across the UK are committing driving offences they did not know existed. Robert Hodson looks at the law around some of the most common offences.
In employment law, awards for ‘injury to feelings’ have historically been permitted only in claims linked to discrimination, whistleblowing, and trade union membership, but the situation may now have changed.
The recent High Court case of Antzuzis & Others v DJ Houghton Catching Services & Others is a stark reminder of how company directors can be personally liable for their acts.
Sam Phillips, a trainee solicitor at DAS Law, gives us the low-down on the law on mobile phones and driving.
Funding your case
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