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Bolt Burdon Kemp joins the Spinal Injuries Association as Trusted Legal Partner

On 1st August 2020 Bolt Burdon Kemp were honoured and excited to be named as the SIA’s trusted legal partner in the South East. The…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
The Incomplete Picture

In the Spinal Injury Team at Bolt Burdon Kemp we see a range of spinal cord injuries and the purpose of this blog is to…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
Stoke Mandeville Maulers strikes sponsorship deal with leading London law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp

Stoke Mandeville Maulers Wheelchair Rugby team and law firm Bolt Burdon Kemp are thrilled to announce they have teamed up to provide more equipment and…

By Bolt Burdon Kemp
Spinal Injury
We must not swap accessibility for social distancing

There’s a large hardware shop near where I live and as I walked past it the other day I noticed that all the disabled parking…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
Fertility & Spinal Cord Injury

Recently issues relating to family planning and fertility in clinical negligence claims have come under renewed focus following the decision in Whittington Hospital NHS Trust…

By Ryan Harvey
Spinal Injury
Zooming towards a settlement

The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdown has forced virtually everyone to adapt many different aspects of their lives.  Many people working from home have been…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Spinal Cord Injury and Pregnancy

There are currently over 50,000 people living with a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the UK and research published by the Spinal Injuries Association, Back…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
COVID-19 and the added challenges to those with spinal cord injury

Who would have thought when welcoming in 2020 that within 3 months we would find ourselves in the midst of a world-wide pandemic that would…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Surrogacy in Personal Injury Claims – A Very Modern Ruling

Last year I wrote a blog entitled “Claiming the costs of surrogacy in an action for personal injury” which looked at the Court of Appeal…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
Claims for future care – navigating through the choppy waters of conflicting case law

In October the Spinal Injuries Association held a Solicitors’ training day, supported by Outer Temple Chambers, at the Law Society’s Hall. As part of this…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Throwing myself into some seriously deep waters in aid of Horatio’s Garden

Those who have read my earlier blogs will know that I am a very passionate supporter of Horatio’s Garden.  This blog is about how I…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
SIA supported by The October Club

On Wednesday evening, Bolt Burdon Kemp’s Rhiannon Daniel, Ruby Lake and Harry Yeoward volunteered for the Spinal Injuries Association at a dinner held at the…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Accident Claims
BBK again ranked as a top firm in The Legal 500, 2020

We are proud to announce that we have maintained our ranking as a Top Tier firm by The Legal 500 for 2020!  We rank Tier…

By Bolt Burdon Kemp
Accident Claims
Something rotten in the court estate

Imagine you are running a personal injury practice.  You only get paid when you win a case and when the court has dealt with the…

By Jonathan Wheeler
Spinal Injury
Why NHS Resolution should resolve to change its stance on rehab

The NHS is very pro-rehabilitation.  Visit their website and search for the term ‘rehabilitation’ and over 2,000 items are returned in the results list.  To…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
Cervical screening – how accessible is it?

Earlier this month one of our Senior Solicitors in our Complex Injury Team, Olivia Boschat, wrote a very interesting article for Female First highlighting the…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injury
Witness appeal in respect of Mr Charles Crawshaw of Winfield Hospital

I represent a client who underwent spinal surgery under Mr Charles Crawshaw, Consultant Spinal Orthopaedic Surgeon, in August 2014 (over the Bank Holiday weekend) at…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Brachial plexus injuries – are they an arm, shoulder or spinal injury?

What is the brachial plexus? In your neck you have a network of nerves stemming from your spinal cord, which send signals to control the…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Think before you jump

As the summer gets hotter we all yearn to cool off in the water and have some fun by jumping into the pool or the…

By Alex Dabek
Spinal Injury
Horatio’s Garden: Time really flies when you are in good company!

In the blog I wrote at the beginning of this year, I was discussing our budding relationship with a very special charity, Horatio’s Garden  and…

By Alex Dabek
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