Personal Injury Medical Negligence

19/03/2019 0 comments 487 views

The Law Society Gazette reported in December 2018 about a case of libel arising out of a “tweet” on the social media forum Twitter. Even where the Defendant, who was...
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His Royal Highness Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, started 2019 with a bang (ouch…) with a well- publicised car crash near the Royal residence at Sandringham in January. He...
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In 2020, the Civil Liability Act 2018 will come into force, having received Royal Assent and become law in December 2018. Insurers argue that this is an Act designed to...
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The Scottish press recently reported the launching of a law firm claiming to be the first in the UK specialising in animal protection law. Advocates for Animals (AFA) consists of...
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01/03/2019 0 comments 500 views

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) reported yesterday (28 February 2019)  that victims of violent crime who have been denied compensation by an out of touch rule should be...
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18/02/2019 0 comments 370 views

The Victims Commissioner, Baroness Newlove, has today called for wholesale reform of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme. In her report reviewing the scheme, which seeks to compensate innocent victims of...
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22/11/2018 0 comments 447 views

Almost three quarters of stillbirths, neo-natal deaths and severe brain injuries could have had a different outcome with appropriate care in 2015 finds the Every Baby Counts report from the...
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08/11/2018 0 comments 811 views

Our Personal Injury Department is one of the foremost in the region and is currently looking for a candidate with 1-3 years PQE, in order to run a full and...
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25/10/2018 0 comments 679 views

Oscar Wilde wrote the play “The Importance of Being Earnest”, but the case of Darnley-v- Croydon Health Services NHS Trust (2018), reported in the legal press, on 11 October 2018,...
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22/10/2018 0 comments 783 views

It seems to be an accepted fact that our National Health Service is perpetually short of money. It can’t be denied that keeping up with increasing demands, innovative treatments, new...
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