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Nick sets the PACE and raises over £1K

PACE is a leading specialist centre for children based in Aylesbury,Buckinghamshire. They do incredibly important work and help children and young people with disabilities such as cerebral palsy and motor disorders. Our very own Nick Martin did more than his bit to raise well over £1,000 for them by cycling 235 miles around the UK. […]

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Flying Start for Nestor Foundation

The Nestor Foundation celebrated its first birthday in January 2015. Here’s a brief look back at some of the wonderful causes we’ve supported in our first year. A Nestor team completed the 54-mile 24-hour Brecon Challenge. They trekked over the Brecon Beacons to raise money for The Silverlining, a charity that supports people with ABIs […]

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Nestor Team Treks SAS Trail

In June, a team sponsored by Nestor recently completed one of the UK’s toughest organised treks – an SAS training trail over the Brecon Beacons covering 54 miles in under 24 hours and raising over £4,000 for the brain injury charity, The Silverlining. Organised by TrekFest, the challenge pushes trekkers to their limits making it one of […]

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Rising to the Challenge

In September, Nestor’s budding bakers rose to the challenge and helped raise £316 for Macmillan with a Nestor Bake Off! The team wanted to make the charity’s annual coffee morning event a success so, when staff member Glenis Hall suggested plugging into the hit BBC series and calling it the Nestor Bake Off, everyone said […]

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10 Years the Wiser

2015 marks Nestor’s 10th anniversary. Andrew Sands reflects on the changes to damages awards in personal injury and clinical negligence cases over the past decade, and explains why advice from the right Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) can prevent the hard work of litigation from being undone. Nearly a decade has passed since personal injury and […]

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Spring 2015 – News Headlines

CPR Amendment for Infant Awards Following an APIL-led initiative, solicitors will now be able to recover the success fee and after-the-event insurance premium from infant awards after the Civil Procedure Rule Committee (CPRC) approved amended rules. During 2014, anecdotal evidence emerged from solicitors indicating that District Judges had an inconsistent approach as to whether to […]

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