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BBK Manifesto: Making courtrooms more accessible and safe

In 2020 we conducted research into the accessibility of Britian’s civil and criminal courthouses and the results were shaming. In our research we used 11…

By Jonathan Wheeler
BBK Manifesto: Provide funding for the National Suspected Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) Pathway

Hospitals are failing to implement a vital clinical protocol to diagnose and treat patients with the spinal emergency condition Cauda Equina Syndrome due to a…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK Manifesto: Improve education and awareness about Cauda Equina Syndrome

CES is a spinal surgical emergency that can lead to lower limb paralysis and loss of bowel, bladder and sexual function. We call for increased…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK Manifesto: Create more spinal injury rehabilitation centres

BBK is calling for more specialised spinal injury rehabilitation centres across England and Wales to prevent families travelling up to 10 hours a day for…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK Manifesto: Improve the accessibility of public transport

We call for greater investment in public transport to improve access for travellers with disabilities, whose commute can take up to five times longer than…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK Manifesto: Build accessible homes

BBK is calling for a change in national policy to ensure new homes are built to accessible and adaptable standards as research shows the UK’s…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK’s Manifesto for Injured People #ChampioningChange

Over the last eight months, we have been working on Bolt Burdon Kemp’s Manifesto for Injured People. At BBK we are passionate about supporting injured…

By Jonathan Wheeler
The Government’s new Disability Action Plan: A good start but there’s a long way to…

Last week the Government announced a new Disability Action Plan for the UK and while it is welcome news, disability groups say more needs to…

By Victoria Oliver
The disabled community deserves representation, so why did Number 10 just downgrade their minister?

Earlier this year I wrote a blog entitled ‘The power of words’ looking at how the language we use, especially around disability, is important. Language…

By Victoria Oliver
Accessible taxis are essential for people with disabilities, so why aren’t they mandatory?

Taxis and private hire vehicles should be accessible for those with disabilities, according to updated guidance published by the Government. While I welcome the acknowledgement…

By Victoria Oliver
Inspiring journey of our friends at CESCI in supporting Cauda Equina Syndrome patients

In our continued partnership with the Cauda Equina Spinal Cord Injury (CESCI) group, we have been privileged to witness and support the incredible work they…

By Alex Dabek
Government u-turn on ticket office closures and barriers to accessible public transport

This week, the Transport Secretary, Mark Harper, instructed rail operators to cancel plans to close rail ticket offices. The proposals, put forward by the Government,…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injuries Association develops new counselling model with NHS

A new free counselling service for those with spinal cord injury and their friends and family has been launched in the southeast. Spinal Injuries Association…

By Victoria Oliver
Hearing what young people with spinal injury want at the Back Up Youth Advisory Group…

When it comes to dealing with children it’s all too easy to assume that we, as adults, know what’s best. As part of Bolt Burdon…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal injuries in rugby; an accepted risk of the game?

With the 2023 Rugby World Cup now in full action, when watching the games, I find myself back in my personal injury solicitor shoes and…

By Victoria Moore
What to do if your loved one dies during their claim

At Bolt Burdon Kemp, our clients come to us to assist them with piecing their lives back together following serious injury. We develop close working…

By Meyer Hazard
What happens if I am the victim of an accident AND medical negligence?

For most people, they go through life without sustaining a life changing injury. However, for some they may experience a life changing injury because of…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Disabled people like fashion too - so why does social media keep banning it?

I love finding clothes that look good and feel good. The clothes I wear can completely change my mood and if someone compliments me on…

By Victoria Oliver
Accidents at work & spinal cord injury – A myth buster

I recently wrote a blog looking at some common myths surrounding accidents involving road traffic accidents. As I detailed in that blog, every year, around…

By Victoria Oliver
Road traffic collisions & spinal cord injury – A myth buster

Every year, around the world between 250,000 and 500,000 people suffer a spinal cord injury and road traffic collisions still account for a significant number…

By Victoria Oliver

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