Our campaigns

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.

Trust me I’m a doctor? The rise in misdiagnosis claims

Whether it’s chest pains, a constant cough or intense back pain, when most of us get ill we turn to the medical profession for a quick and reliable diagnosis. However, the huge rise in misdiagnosis claims made…

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Has Britain learned its lessons from the Falklands War?

On 2nd April 1982, Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands, kick-starting a bitter ten-week war with Britain. More than 900 British and Argentinian servicemen lost their lives during the conflict and hundreds were left severely injured. As we…

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How to Keep your Brain Healthy

Do you know the full potential of your brain? Despite what movies like Lucy and Limitless might lead you to believe, humans do use 100% of their total brain capacity. It’s simply that some portions of the…

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Accessible Travel and Spinal Injury

Travelling abroad for the first time after you have suffered a spinal injury can be a daunting prospect. From deciding on a destination, to booking flights and accommodation, there are suddenly so many new things to consider…

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Brain Injury in the Workplace

When an employee returns to work after suffering a brain injury, it is key for an employer to try and understand that person’s individual needs. This guide helps employers, managers and human resources professionals to see matters from…

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Sexting: Child Abuse in the Digital Age

Sexting: Child Abuse in the Digital Age Sexting is often wrongly dismissed as a harmless trend and many teenagers view it as a normal part of modern flirting. Bolt Burdon Kemp believes that not enough emphasis is being…

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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. We include the views of leading charities who provide specialist support if you or a loved one have been affected.

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