Posts By: Lisa

Personal Injury Claim Feedback

Mrs Bailey of Barnsley has asked us to share her experience of her personal injury claim: “Just an overall pleasurable experience from start to finish. I cannot fault anything that Tracy Rodgers did for me. She did everything she possibly could to help me.” It is so nice to receive lovely feedback from a satisfied

Harris & Co’s Charity Cycle Challenge for Barnsley Hospice

We’re pleased to have taken part in Harris & Co’s Charity Cycle Challenge today to raise money for Barnsley Hospice.  They are aiming to keep 3 exercise bikes running for 8 hours straight with help from their staff and local businesses. Donations towards this great cause can be made at their Just Giving page here.

Drop-In advice resumes with Romero Communities

We are pleased to resume our association with the charity Romero Communities, who are recommencing their drop-in advice sessions this week at the Roundhouse Lifelong Learning Centre, Athersley. Our Tracy Rodgers and Rachael Burley look forward to providing assistance and support to Romero and its clients by providing a legal advice drop in session every


The Highway Code is being updated with effect from 29 January 2022.  It may be some years since you last looked at the Highway Code and so now is a good time to read this publication again as there are some significant changes being made to the rules of the road. The major innovation to

Promotion at MKB

MKB Solicitors are pleased to announce the promotion of Ellie Broadhurst to Trainee Solicitor. Ellie Broadhurst has been employed by MKB since November 2020 and in that time she initially assisted our Residential Property Team before then working with Ben McFeely, Senior Partner, in the Employment Department. Ellie had previously obtained an Upper Second Class


Where a person has suffered injury as a result of another person’s negligence, they may make a claim for compensation for those injuries. The injury can require the injured person to need care and assistance. Often that is provided by the NHS or local authority, but it can be provided gratuitously (free of charge) by