Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

NIPSA says holiday back-pay decision should apply to all employees

NIPSA says holiday back-pay decision should apply to all employees

By Gary Adair The ongoing story of the public sector back-dated pay decision continues to be at the forefront of news in Northern Ireland as the scope of the decision grows... Read more

PSNI gearing up for summer drink driving crackdown

By Gary Adair The Police Service of Northern Ireland have released new figures indicating that over 1,400 motorists have been arrested on suspicion of drink or drug driving so far in 2019.... Read more

Northern Ireland Emergency Wait Times Soar

By Gary Adair The severity of the shortage of resources currently plaguing the health service in Northern Ireland has become increasingly apparent following the revelation that the number of patients waiting... Read more

£40m backdated pay decision could be wide reaching

By Gary Adair Employers in Northern Ireland should be taking note of a landmark judgment in backdated holiday pay. Following a decision by the Court of Appeal to dismiss a challenge raised... Read more

Interest rates stay at 0.75 per cent

By Ian Creighton Mortgage borrowers and home purchasers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK will be happy with the recent Bank of England decision to maintain interest rates... Read more

How to begin a road traffic accident compensation claim

By Gary Adair What to expect from your meeting with a Wilson Nesbitt road traffic accident claims solicitor Initially the process for making a claim for compensation may seem a little overwhelming,... Read more

Six fold increase in NI children waiting for mental health appointment

By Daren Johnston New figures show that the number of children in Northern Ireland waiting for access to mental health services has increased by more than six times the figure from... Read more

Would you know what to do if you were involved in a road traffic accident?

By Gary Adair Let’s face it, nobody ever wants to find themselves involved in a road traffic accident, and as such it can be a stressful thing to even think about.... Read more

Criticism of delays on new domestic abuse legislation in Northern Ireland

By Lenore Rice In 2017/18 the number of domestic abuse incidents recorded by the Police Service of Northern Ireland amounted to one every 17 minutes, a record high. These statistics illustrate... Read more

First Time Buyer Legal Guide - Part 4

by Ian Creighton   FOUR TIPS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN BUYING A HOUSE   1. Viewing a property Some purchasers are surprised to find just how empty the house they have bought is... Read more