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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: March

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. We want to take this opportunity to help raise awareness of the disease, because as with many cancers, […]

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A person speaking on the phone. The case of Pallett v MGN related to the interception of a voicemail.

Pallett v MGN [2021]: Part 36 Case Law Update

On 19 January 2021, Mr Justice Mann gave an interesting judgment in the case of Pallett v MGN Limited [2021] EWHC 76 (Ch). The […]

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A close-up photograph of an eye. Cataracts are a condition which affect the eye.

What are Cataracts?

Cataracts are a common type of vision impairment where the lens inside of the eye develops cloudy patches. What are the symptoms of cataracts? […]

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Service by Email – What are the Rules?

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, more people and businesses are using email to communicate. The legal sector is no different; with an increase in […]

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Breast Cancer: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A month which sees people from countries around the world, raise awareness of the disease which claims almost […]

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A photograph of a raised paving slab being measured. The same technique would be used when taking a photo of a pothole. It shows a straight edge over the top of the raised edge and a tape measure from the straight edge to the ground.

How to: Take a Photo of a Pothole – After an Accident

Pothole photography might not be in vogue on Instagram, but if you’ve been injured in a tripping claim against the council, or any other […]

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A photograph of some raised metalwork on a pavement. The type of defect which could be the focus of a tripping claim against the council.

Making a Tripping Claim Against the Council

It’s a common belief that winning a tripping claim against the council is hard. But laws are in place to protect you from being […]

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A photograph of a model brain, which is the the organ damaged by Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)

What is Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy (HIE)?

Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy (HIE) is a type of brain damage that occurs when an infant’s brain doesn’t receive enough oxygen. It’s most common during […]

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A photograph of a parked car opening the door into the path of a cyclist. The Dutch Reach is a technique to avoid accidents like this

What is the Dutch Reach?

The Dutch Reach is a method of opening the door of a vehicle, from the inside – as a driver or passenger – in […]

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A cyclist riding in an urban area. One of the main beneficiaries of at system of presumed liability for cyclists would be urban cyclists like this.

What a System of Presumed Liability for Cyclists Might Look Like?

As the country carefully begins to emerge from months in isolation, cycling safety advocates are campaigning for the government to introduce a system of […]

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A cyclist, off his bike, in a black helmet and clothing, who might be wondering "what do I do if I've been knocked off my bike by a hit and run driver?"

What to do if I’ve been knocked off my bike in a hit and run?

We’ve written previously about what to do if you’ve been involved in an accident. It’s never a pleasant situation, but providing you and your […]

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A cyclist, off his bike, in a black helmet and clothing, who might be wondering "what do I do if I've been knocked off my bike by an uninsured driver?"

What do I do if I’m knocked off my bike by an uninsured driver?

We’ve written before about what to do if you’ve been involved in an accident. It’s never a pleasant situation, but providing you and your […]

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