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The benefits of music therapy in brain injury rehab - securing funding against the odds

Music therapy is a powerful holistic therapy for adults with acquired brain injury, but we at Bolt Burdon Kemp often must battle for alternative treatments…

By Alexandra Cain
Protecting lone construction workers: What employers must do to avoid head and brain injuries

Are you a lone worker on a construction site? If so, you’re exposed to the same dangers as other construction workers – but your risk…

By Hokman Wong
Attention smombies! Campaign launched as quarter of children crossing road distracted by phones

Are you and your children aware of the dangers of crossing the road while looking down at your phones? First News, the newspaper for young…

By Stephanie De La Haye
The blame game in construction site accidents: A case study

Construction sites are inherently dangerous and unpredictable places. That’s why sticking to your own role on a construction site is crucial for safety and efficiency.…

By Hokman Wong
What does not wearing a cycle helmet mean for your claim?

Our specialist Adult Brain Injury team frequently represents cyclists who have sustained serious brain injuries in road traffic collisions. We know not wearing a helmet…

By Cillian Davis
'More than half' of teaching assistants hurt by violent students - here's how we helped…

Are you a teaching assistant who has been hurt by a violent student? You are not alone. A survey by Unison In 2016 found more…

By Hokman Wong
Counting Sheep: How to help your child with a brain condition sleep better

Sleep is essential for our physical and mental health. But how much sleep do we need? And what if your child has a brain condition…

By Charlotte Wailes
How PTSD can strike parents after birth due to inadequate maternity care

The Maternity Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary Hospital has recently dropped two ratings to ‘inadequate’. Some of the problems highlighted can lead to PTSD in…

By Mollie Benjamin
Seeking justice for injured passengers: navigating claims after the driver has died

In the aftermath of a tragic road traffic accident, it is a daunting task for an injured passenger to consider pursuing a claim for compensation,…

By Alexandra Cain
Real-life case: Helping our client transition to new life after devastating car accident

When someone suffers a life-changing injury due to someone else’s negligence, our commitment goes far beyond seeking compensation. Here is just one example where we…

By Ipek Tugcu
Seeking justice with severe brain injury - litigation friends and legal capacity explained

In the Adult Brain Injury Team at Bolt Burdon Kemp, we handle a range of complex cases where clients have suffered serious brain injuries. Unfortunately,…

By Cillian Davis
Rehabilitation in personal injury and medical negligence brain injury claims

Rehabilitation is our priority Our focus in the Adult Brain Injury team is prioritising rehabilitation in personal injury or medical negligence claims. We understand that…

By Ipek Tugcu
Thousands of children in England to miss schooling due to use of "bubbly" concrete

Just days before the start of the new term, dozens of schools have been told to close or limit access due to building safety concerns.…

By Jo Chapman
Hull Royal Infirmary maternity service failing its legal obligations

Hull Royal Infirmary (HRI) maternity service is not safe or well-led.  This is the conclusion of the Care Quality Commission’s report into maternity services at…

By Jo Chapman
Helping a loved one who has suffered a serious brain injury in an accident

I am a solicitor specialising in brain injury cases. All of my clients have experienced a brain injury that was not their fault. My role…

By Hokman Wong
Another day, another task force – what difference will this make to maternity services?

In July 2023, the government announced it had established a “Task Force” to identify early when a maternity service is vulnerable and at risk of…

By Jo Chapman
Neonatal assessment and the importance of colour: ensuring fair care for all

At Bolt Burdon Kemp (BBK), we believe that every child deserves fair and equitable care, regardless of their ethnic background.  Sadly, this is often not…

By Claudia Hillemand
What to expect from your solicitor

So, what should you expect from your solicitor? As with any service, quality can vary from solicitor to solicitor and from firm to firm –…

By Claudia Hillemand
Seeking justice and support for children: Nottingham NHS Trust's Maternity Care Apology

Today, 10 July 2023, we witness a significant moment for families affected by poor maternity care at Nottingham NHS Trust hospitals. The chair of the…

By Jo Chapman
Safeguarding our young athletes: New Concussion Guidelines for Grassroots (Non-Elite) Sports

Concussion in children’s sports is a serious issue. The first UK-wide Concussion Guidelines for Grassroots Sports seeks to help players, coaches, parents, schools, National Governing…

By Maya Englesberg

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