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Put a (GOOD) Lid on It!

Every UK based biker knows wearing a helmet is required by law, but there is a bit more to it than that… This Christmas I…

By Heather Petrie
Abuse Claims
Edward Simpson, volunteer with TS Sikh Cadets, Beckenham convicted of child abuse offences

Edward “Eddie” Simpson was sentenced yesterday at Croydon Crown Court after pleading guilty to 5 counts of child abuse offences against three boys, all aged…

By Olivia Coffey
Child Abuse
Nazir Ahmed found guilty of attempted rape and serious sexual assault

Nazir Ahmed has been found guilty of a serious sexual assault against a boy and two counts of attempting to rape a young girl in…

By Abbie Hickson
Accident Claims
Mission complete! 48 mile challenge in aid of Limbless Association

Mission complete! 48 mile challenge in aid of Limbless Association The dust has now settled over Brentwood and the blisters have healed – but this…

By Joshua Hughes
Abuse Claims
Manchester City Trial: Barry Bennell judgment handed down

My clients and I are both shocked and dismayed at the High Court decision handed down today which declined to award them substantial damages in…

By David McClenaghan
Child Brain Injury
Patient Safety in Maternity Services

As a Child Brain Injury solicitor, I work closely with parents of children who have sustained devastating brain injuries at birth. Most of these parents…

By Sally Simpson
Medical Negligence
Gall Bladder and Bile Duct Injury – A Reader’s Digest

What is your gall bladder? The gallbladder is an oft forgotten part of the digestive tract. It is a small pear shaped organ, measuring approximately…

By Ryan Harvey
Accident Claims
Key Decision for travellers killed or injured in accidents abroad

What happens when you are injured abroad, repatriated home and are still suffering injuries, can you bring your personal injury claim in the English Courts?…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Brain Injury
What is the Acquired Brain Injury Strategy and how will it help brain injury survivors?

Acquired Brain Injury in the UK Acquired Brain Injury is a leading cause of disability in the UK. Due to advances in emergency and acute…

By Laura Barlow
Brain Injury
Low-grade or non-malignant brain tumours Part 3 – What happens if they are diagnosed too…

If you’ve been following my blog series on non-malignant or low-grade brain tumours, well done for making it to the third and final instalment!  You…

By Deepti Patel
Adult Abuse
Porn: satisfying urges or inciting violence?

The increased availability of the internet, access to smartphones and the ever improving network speeds and data allowance has been an incredible drive in the…

By Victoria Moore
Accident Claims
Is an E-scooter really the ideal present for your child this Christmas?

According to a report published in October 2021, more than 360,000 e-scooters were purchased privately in the UK in 2020. E-scooters are already undeniably popular…

By Cheryl Abrahams
Adult Brain Injury
What do we do if we know a client will die soon?

I have recently written a blog… and this touched on some of the issues I have had to consider when a client dies during the…

By Rujina Hoque
Medical Negligence
Prioritising patient care is the key to driving down negligence litigation costs

On 22 September 2021 the government launched a Call for Evidence on behalf of the Health and Social Care Committee entitled NHS Litigation Reform. They…

By Sonita Hayward
Adult Brain Injury
Low-grade or non-malignant brain tumours Part 2 – What are the symptoms and treatment?

We simply don’t know how many people with low-grade brain tumours are misdiagnosed or diagnosed too late each year.  This area is under-researched and under-reported.…

By Deepti Patel
E-scooter Accident Claims
E-scooter quiz – Do you know your rights?

There is no escaping them.  E-scooters are everywhere.  Whether privately owned or part of a local rental scheme, it is a rare for any of…

By Ben Pepper
Child Brain Injury
The importance of rehabilitation as the brain-injured teenager transitions to adulthood

I remember attending a seminar many years ago when a neurologist told the audience that most human brains take around 25 years to develop although…

By Tamsin Day
Adult Brain Injury
Low-grade or non-malignant brain tumours Part 1 – What are they?

Did you know that there are over 130 types of brain tumour? Brain tumours come in various shapes and sizes, each with a different prognosis…

By Deepti Patel
Adult Brain Injury
Other issues raised in fatal claims

I have spent a number of years working with clients who have sustained life-changing brain injuries.  These cases are always hugely rewarding when you see…

By Rujina Hoque
Child Brain Injury
Special Effect – Working to Include Everyone

In my role as paralegal in the Child Brain Injury team at Bolt Burdon Kemp, I work with solicitors to seek compensation for children who…

By Ruth Downie
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