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Military Claims
COMMENT: Recruitment And Retention To 'Blame' For Military Staffing Shortfall

By Ahmed Al-Nahhas
Spinal Injury
Avoiding Mistakes, Alex Dabek looks at what the NHS could do to limit errors

By Alex Dabek
Accident Claims
Trumpet sounds on acoustic shock

By Ben Pepper
Brain Injury
The Sound of Music…

The benefits of learning to play a musical instrument for children with cerebral palsy I am a Senior Associate in Bolt Burdon Kemp’s Child Brain…

By Claudia Hillemand
Military Claims
Charity focus: BLESMA

On 4th April my colleague, Charlotte Jose, and I were raising money for BLESMA at Canary Wharf Station.  We joined a team of 5 other…

By Bolt Burdon Kemp
Military Claims
Deepcut: a cry for change

By Rhicha Kapila
Military Claims
Tragic diving incident follows MoD’s latest stats on training and exercise deaths

News of the tragic death of a British soldier, Lance Corporal George Partridge, following a diving accident during the final week of an Army training…

By Kate Roos
Brain Injury
Education, Health and Care Plans 4 years on: are we there yet?

I am a solicitor in the Child Brain Injury team at Bolt Burdon Kemp.  We help children who have suffered brain injuries, as a result…

By Sezan Taner
Child Abuse
Telford child abuse figures 'sensationalised' police officer says

By Dino Nocivelli
Child Abuse
Police slammed over memo saying Telford child sex abuse was 'consensual'

By Dino Nocivelli
Military Claims
MoD reveals extent of abuse against young recruits

A freedom of information request by Child Soldiers International has revealed that between January 2014 and August 2017, there were 50 cases of alleged violent…

By Hannah Swarbrick
Woman’s Hour on Radio Four, discussing Child Abuse in the Jehovah’s Witnesses organisation

Kathleen Hallisey, Senior Solicitor in the Child Abuse team at Bolt Burdon Kemp, appeared on BBC Four’s Woman’s Hour, to discuss the abuse in the…

By Kathleen Hallisey
Child Abuse
Sex abuse survivors allege cover up by Jehovah's Witnesses for failing to report assaults

By Kathleen Hallisey
Child Abuse
Jehovah's Witnesses accused of silencing victims of child abuse

By Kathleen Hallisey
Military Claims
Bullying trial collapses: Royal Military Police criticised for flawed investigation

A trial involving allegations of bullying against 16 army instructors has collapsed. Twenty-eight soldiers aged 16 and 17 had claimed they were abused and assaulted…

By Hannah Swarbrick
Military Claims
MoD Funding Crisis

There has been a lot of speculation in recent months over cuts to the MOD’s budget.  Figures indicate that squeezed funds have left barely enough…

By Gaggan Mawi
Medical Negligence
Is the legal bar for convicting HCP’s of Manslaughter “too low”?

By Hannah Travis
Child Abuse
Calls for urgent Telford & Wrekin Council meeting over CSE

By Siobhán Crawford
Debate over hourly rates in budgeted cases to rage on after RNB appeal is dropped

By Samuel Hayman
Military Claims
Girls Just Wanna Have Fundamental Rights: Does Equality Really Exist in the Armed Forces?

The Women’s Army Auxillary Corps enabled the enrolment of women into the British Army for the first time in July 1917.  Yet it took almost…

By Claire Withey

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