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This is #SeriousSh1t – A Spinal Injuries Association Campaign

“Imagine …… you are unwell, trapped in bed. Despite asking for help you have been told you cannot go to the toilet. You have been…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK announce sponsorship of Back Up Youth Advisory Group

“No segment in the society can match with the power, idealism, enthusiasm and courage of the young people.”  Kailash Satyarth Children are amazing. I hold…

By Victoria Oliver
Nitrous Oxide (N20) – It’s no laughing matter

You have probably heard of Nitrous oxide, if not by its official name by its more common name – ‘laughing gas’. Laughing gas isn’t new;…

By Victoria Oliver
SEATRAC and the path to making summer accessible

When I think of summer, I think of barbecues, sun and, of course, going to the beach. The unfortunate reality for many wheelchair users is…

By Tanya Kaka
Witness appeal – Mr Khai Sing Lam, spinal surgeon at HCA’s London Bridge Hospital

I represent a client who has suffered life-changing injury following treatment in 2016 under the care of Mr Khai Sing Lam, a consultant orthopaedic and…

By Alex Dabek
I already have a Spinal Cord Injury, can I claim?

I recently spoke to a client who had a pre-existing spinal cord injury which she believed had been made worse by negligent treatment. However, before…

By Rhiannon Daniel
Spinal Fusion – what is it and what can you expect? A teenager’s perspective

What is spinal fusion?  Spinal fusion is the process of joining two or more vertebrae together by placing an additional section of bone in the…

By Tanya Kaka
Transverse Myelitis Awareness Day 2023

As solicitors specialising in spinal injury claims, the spinal injury team at Bolt Burdon Kemp are well aware of the devastating effects that Transverse Myelitis…

By Victoria Oliver
Vitamin D and Spinal Injury – a link?

Vitamins and minerals are nutrients your body needs in small amounts to work properly and stay healthy. Most people should get all the nutrients they…

By Victoria Oliver
The power of words

I was part of a discussion recently about language; specifically, the language used to describe members of the spinal cord injury community. Over the years…

By Victoria Oliver
Cauda Equina Spinal Cord Injury group & BBK join forces again

As we begin our second year of partnership with the Cauda Equina Spinal Cord Injury group, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on…

By Alex Dabek
Go Maulers!!!

Back in 2020, Bolt Burdon Kemp was excited to announce our sponsorship with the Stoke Mandeville Maulers Wheelchair Rugby team. The Maulers are headed up…

By Victoria Oliver
Spinal Injuries Association launches Frank Williams Academy

Last month myself and several of the Bolt Burdon Kemp Spinal Injury Team had the honour of attending the launch of the Spinal Injuries Association’s…

By Victoria Oliver
BBK– Ten year ambassadors for Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research

This year marks the ten year anniversary of Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research (SMSR) and Bolt Burdon Kemp (BBK) are proud to join SMSR as a…

By Victoria Oliver
Climbing #Everyday Mountains

Martin Hibbert is a remarkable individual. Martin sustained a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the Manchester bomb explosion in 2017. Like many in the SCI…

By Victoria Oliver
Imagine a world where an inaccessible bridge was unimaginable

Once upon a time there was a town; and in that town there was a train station; and near that train station there was a…

By Victoria Oliver
Digging deep to support Horatio's Garden

On a bright and sunny March morning five members of the Bolt Burdon Kemp Spinal Injury Team were warmly welcomed into the Horatio‘s Garden at…

By Victoria Oliver
Life after spinal cord injury – It’s ok to not be ok

According to the World Health Organisation, 20-30% of people with spinal cord injuries show significant signs of depression. Recent research from the Spinal Injuries Association…

By Alex Dabek
Design The Change 2022-23

“We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability” – Stevie Wonder When Stevie Wonder said these words at…

By Victoria Oliver
I think I’ve instructed the wrong solicitor for my spinal injury claim – what should…

Sustaining a spinal cord injury (SCI) is a life changing event and one that is extremely overwhelming especially in the first-year post injury, not only…

By Rhiannon Daniel
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