Covid delays in treatment – can legal claims be made?
The Lincolnite reported on 1 September 2020 that United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has reduced its backlog of cancer patients after the coronavirus lockdown has been …Read Moreabout Covid delays in treatment – can legal claims be made?
Not just ballroom dancing that can be strict…
The magazine Horse and Hound recently reported a rather worrying case which highlights how horse owners could find themselves liable for compensation following a horse …Read Moreabout Not just ballroom dancing that can be strict…
Injury Prevention Week – Child Safety
Parents spend on average 37 hours per week worrying about their child and the possibility of injury. Is this just part and parcel of being …Read Moreabout Injury Prevention Week – Child Safety
Injury Prevention Week: Accidents when out and about
As more of us are starting to get out and about again following COVID-19 lock down, we look at how to reduce the risks of …Read Moreabout Injury Prevention Week: Accidents when out and about
The immortal words of the late John Noakes, for those of us old enough to remember him in Blue Peter in the 60’s and 70’s …Read Moreabout “Down, Shep!”
The Dutch Reach – Injury Prevention Week 2020
You’d be forgiven for thinking that ‘the Dutch Reach’ was a type of machinery, or perhaps an exotic plant or even a wrestling move, but …Read Moreabout The Dutch Reach – Injury Prevention Week 2020
Injury Prevention Week: Workplace Accidents
518,000 people suffered injuries at work and there were 111 deaths from workplace accidents in 2019/20. ‘Accidents happen’ – it’s a truth that we cannot …Read Moreabout Injury Prevention Week: Workplace Accidents
Injury Prevention Week 2020 – Road Safety
It’s Injury Prevention Week this week and this year the focus is on pedestrians. As we all know, road safety is a very serious matter …Read Moreabout Injury Prevention Week 2020 – Road Safety
On yer bikes….!
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has often been seen cycling around London (though perhaps somewhat precariously…) and is known to be supportive of cycling as a …Read Moreabout On yer bikes….!
Paying a high price for lip service – What protection is there when lip (dermal) fillers go wrong?
Lip (dermal) fillers are an increasingly popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure, some would say, much encouraged by the prevalence of social media, “celebrity culture” and social …Read Moreabout Paying a high price for lip service – What protection is there when lip (dermal) fillers go wrong?
Part 2 – The gamble….
With periodical payments, if someone doesn’t live as long as expected, the Defendants do not have to pay periodical payments for as long as they …Read Moreabout Part 2 – The gamble….
Independence -v- security with compensation? Part 1
One of the dilemmas we have with advising our clients on the form of their compensation once a case reaches settlement is do they go …Read Moreabout Independence -v- security with compensation? Part 1