Latest by Ally Yeandle


When the bough breaks...

Published on 03 December 2021. By Andrew Roper, Partner and Ally Yeandle, Associate

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When the bough breaks: Force majeure or Third Party negligence? How to identify a recovery. When trees fail, they have the potential to cause significant damage and disruption to property and businesses.

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Subsidence recovery: the burden of proof - Maximising the prospects of recovery from the outset

Published on 17 August 2021. By Ally Yeandle, Associate

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Tree root induced subsidence is caused by extraction of moisture from subsoil by the roots of trees. The extraction of moisture causes the volume of the soil to shrink, undermining properties’ foundations and is by far the most common cause of subsidence damage to properties in the United Kingdom.

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Subsidence mitigation: the legal principles

Published on 11 May 2021. By Ally Yeandle, Associate

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Subsidence: mitigating insurer’s outlay and maximising recovery prospects.

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