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What to do if you’ve been in a Cycling Accident

We previously identified that cycling isn’t as unsafe as you might think when we considered whether you should wear a cycling helmet, or not, […]

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What is Erb’s Palsy?

Erb’s Palsy ‘Palsy’ means weakness, and Erb’s palsy is a paralysis of the arm caused by nerve damage during delivery. This rare form of […]

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To Wear a Bike Helmet, or not?

For all the benefits of cycling, as with most things, there is another side – there are risks. However, it might surprise you to […]

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The 7 Key Steps to take if you have Suffered an Injury from a Defective Product

Injury from a defective product is rare but it can have significant, life changing consequences. From exploding mobile phone batteries to dangerous breast implants, […]

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The NHS Resolution Early Notification Scheme

Early Notification scheme Since 2017 NHS Resolution has been trialling a new approach to investigate and respond to allegations of negligence in birth injury […]

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What is Listeriosis?

What is listeriosis? Listeriosis is a rare, with an average of only 166 annual cases in England and Wales (based on numbers from 2008 […]

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Why Cycling is Good for You

It’s no secret that cycling is good for you – in fact, you’ve probably been trying to actively avert your eyes and ears if […]

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What You Need to Know About Sepsis

Sepsis is a condition that affects 25,000 children in the UK each year, but it can affect adults too. Although our immune system normally […]

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