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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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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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ACL Ruptures – Delay in Diagnosis

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is one of the most common knee injuries. It involves the ACL being stretched, partially torn or completely […]

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Mental Health Medical Negligence

The care of patients requiring psychiatric treatment was brought into focus following a report by the BBC, on a patient who took her own […]

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Statutory Bereavement Awards

Losing someone you love is always difficult, but more so if that person’s death could have been avoided if the standard of care had […]

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What is Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain, which affects one in every 400 babies born in the UK. The […]

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Legal Aid

Legal aid is the provision of financial assistance to persons in need of access to justice and is available in clinical negligence claims in […]

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NHS Complaints Procedure

The NHS in England employs 1.5 million people, so is the country’s biggest employer and one of the largest employers globally (according to NHS […]

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Missed Scaphoid Fractures

The scaphoid bone spans across the two rows of bones that make up your wrist. If broken, it rarely swells and if it does, […]

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Potters Syndrome

Potters Syndrome or Potters Sequence is a group of features that can be the result of too little amniotic fluid surrounding the baby while […]

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Employers Liability at Work Social Events

  There have been many questions raised over who is responsible for staff behaviour and welfare during work social events and it often comes […]

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What is Periodontal Disease (Gum Disease)

What Is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal disease is more commonly referred to as “gum disease”. It is a bacterial infection that destroys the gums and […]

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NHS Bereavement Scheme Extended

The Home Office has announced that the NHS bereavement scheme, which launched in April, has been extended. The NHS bereavement scheme offered the indefinite […]

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Concerns Over Congestion and Drivers Texting or Emailing from a Mobile Phone

I Am Roadsmart, an independent charity focused on making better drivers and riders, has published their annual research findings into Driving Safety Culture. The […]

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Hats at Home for Headway

Pryers Solicitors may be working remotely, but they are still making the most of social interactions. At the end of every week since lockdown, […]

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Research by @IAMRoadSmart reveals that when it comes to safety, the things that concern most people when using the roads are congestion and mobile phone usage.

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