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Rollercoaster injuries – who is responsible and what can you do?

Theme parks and fairgrounds offer joy, excitement, and adventure to visitors. As exhilarating as they can be, there is a fine line between thrill-seeking and…

By Ellen McGreevy
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: Update e-scooter legislation

We call for laws to be introduced to regulate e-scooter usage. Figures from the Department for Transport, released in November 2023, found in the year…

By Joshua Hughes
BBK Manifesto: Improve road safety with 20mph zones and smart motorway changes

Every day in the UK, five people lose their lives and 82 people are seriously injured on our roads. That is one death or serious…

By Ben Pepper
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
Brake, the road safety charity, announces new strategic partnership with Bolt Burdon Kemp

Brake, the road safety charity, is delighted to announce a new Strategic Partnership with solicitor firm Bolt Burdon Kemp. Strategic Partnership is the highest tier…

By Ben Pepper
Charcot Foot: Understanding, prevention and awareness

Bolt Burdon Kemp works with scores of people who have lost a limb through no fault of their own. A particularly challenging condition that can…

By Maximilian Macdonald
Serious injury and fatalities in the workplace – Workers’ Memorial Day 2024

Workers, families and workplace unions around the world will unite to recognise and remember colleagues who have been killed, seriously injured or have become ill…

By Charlotte Dowson
Spectacle over safety – Injuries on TV and film sets

Injuries can frequently occur in the workplace, and TV and film sets are no exception. From minor bumps and bruises to life-changing injuries and fatalities,…

By Ben Pepper
Concern for Great Ormond Street Hospital patients after Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon investigated

Great Ormond Street Hospital is investigating a surgeon who carried out limb lengthening operations on children with a Soviet-era device. The children’s hospital is understood…

By Ellen McGreevy
Bolt Burdon Kemp forges partnership with The Farming Community Network

Leading serious injury solicitors Bolt Burdon Kemp (BBK) are teaming up with national agricultural charity The Farming Community Network (FCN) to help support its farming…

By Charlotte Dowson
Baby Loss Certificates in England explained - and why their introduction matters

This year, for the first time ever, pregnancy losses which happen before 24 weeks’ gestation will receive formal recognition in England in a welcome step…

By Ellen McGreevy
How employers should protect you from electrocution injuries in the workplace

In the fast-paced modern workplace, ensuring a safe and secure working environment is crucial for both employers and employees. Unfortunately, incidents in the workplace that…

By Maximilian Macdonald
Let’s talk about SPEED

Speeding – all drivers have done it. Whilst cruising along in our vehicles, there is often the temptation to push a little harder on the…

By Ben Pepper
Using CCTV and dash cam footage as evidence in personal injury claims

Proving who is at fault for a road traffic collision can be one of the most challenging aspects of a personal injury claim. Recollections of…

By Charlotte Dowson
Chemical inhalation injuries in the workplace – causes, symptoms and management

People who work in agriculture, factories, industrial plants, paint stores, hardware stores and science labs are among those at risk of chemical inhalation injury. Here…

By Charlotte Dowson
Can you still bring a claim when the defendant driver is uninsured or untraceable?

The simple answer is yes you can. This is good news for claimants as every year thousands of people are injured or killed by uninsured…

By Olivia Ward
Collisions surge on UK rural roads during harvest time – here’s how to stay safe

As the calendar turns to autumn, picturesque rural landscapes across the United Kingdom transform into bustling scenes of harvest activity. But the harvest season, a…

By Bonnie MacDonald-Winship
Unveiling the new HSE figures 2023: farming accidents and the path to safer agriculture

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has recently released the new figures for farming accidents in 2023. The report highlights the continuing challenges faced by…

By Bonnie MacDonald-Winship
Accidents involving forklift trucks

Background Forklift trucks (commonly referred to as “forklifts”) are essential in modern warehousing. They are used to lift and move heavy pallets, crates, or objects…

By Charlotte Dowson

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