Explore our major campaigns, investigations and analysis on important topics related to the work we do at Bolt Burdon Kemp. Many of our campaigns gain substantial news coverage and show how we’re influencing the national conversations on topics such as child abuse, spinal injury and medical negligence.
Top 10 most significant advances in spinal injury repair
We take an in-depth look into the most significant advances in spinal injury repair, to find out what the future holds for those with these life-changing injuries.
Trust me I’m a doctor? The rise in misdiagnosis claims
In 2016/2017, the NHS paid out £1.024 billion for wrong, delayed and missed diagnoses. We explore the facts and figures behind the alarming rise in misdiagnosis claims.
Has Britain learned its lessons from the Falklands War?
More than 20 years on from the Falklands War, the MoD still isn’t doing enough to protect servicemen from cold injuries. We explore the devastating effects of cold injuries, both then and now.
How to Keep your Brain Healthy
Looking for ways to keep your brain fighting fit? Discover the latest scientific research, and try these expert tips from a nutritional therapist, music therapist and yoga teacher.
Accessible Travel and Spinal Injury
Travelling abroad for the first time after you have suffered a spinal injury can be a daunting prospect. Here, Raquel Siganporia, who became paralysed herself, gives advice on planning an accessible holiday.
Brain Injury in the Workplace
Explore our expert guide for managers, employers and HR professionals, on how to support an employee returning to work after a brain injury.
Sexting: Child Abuse in the Digital Age
Sexting is often dismissed by teenagers as a harmless part of modern dating. But it can open the floodgates to a new form of child abuse. Learn about our campaign to raise awareness around this hidden issue.
Reproductive Cancer Guide - Promoting Early Diagnosis
Our interactive tool enables you to explore the signs and symptoms of reproductive cancers, explaining symptoms to look out for and what to do if you have concerns.