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Covid-19 update: Business as usual at Bolt Burdon Kemp

Bolt Burdon Kemp continues to remain very much open for business. We are passionate about achieving life-changing results for our clients, providing excellent client care and ensuring you receive the support you need.

We continue to progress our clients’ existing cases and support new clients with their cases.

All of our wonderful people are successfully working from home. We have re-opened our office so that those who need to work in the office are able to do so, in a socially distanced and safe manner. 

Our strategy of working in teams continues to ensure there is always someone for you to talk to. We are using telephone and video-conferencing very effectively. A number of multi-million pound cases have settled since the virus outbreak, using these facilities.

We are determined more than ever that the wheels of justice will keep on turning.

Contact us on 020 7288 4800 or and one of our team will get in touch with you.

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Where are the helmets?

I have been toying with the idea of using one of the new government bicycles dotted about London and was wondering if I could get away without buying a helmet. As a brain injury solicitor it would be ironic if I were to suffer a brain injury whilst riding one without a helmet, yet how inconvenient to have to lug one around. Then I read the piece in Thursday’s Guardian: titled ‘This bike hire scheme is laudable – but where are the helmets?’ It’s a response to the earlier article ‘Just get on the seat and pedal: London bike hire scheme takes off’ published 31 July, where all six photographs accompanying the article had not one single rider, including the reporter and the mayor of London, wearing a helmet. The author, Will Gosling who teaches at the Frenchay hospital, Bristol, and is a member of its multi-disciplinary brain injury rehabilitation team, talks about the life-changing injuries that affect cyclists as a result of not wearing a helmet, ‘including a range of newly developed learning difficulties – in the form of memory impairment, reduced powers of concentration, slower processing and organisational skills, and changes in behaviour – and sometimes, seriously impaired physical disabilities.’ Hmm, maybe the inconvenience will be worth it.

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